Toronto’s condo owners have clashed over some residents listing their units on Airbnb and other short-term rental platforms, while others are complaining that the constant through-put of Airbnb guests is turning buildings into  de-facto hotels, leading to higher utility bills and increasing greater wear-and-tear on common areas.

Some residents and owners’ management groups are demanding minimum three- to six-month lets, and calling on the city’s regulators to get involved. Others are arguing that most developments have their own corporations and regulations and should decide on policy and enforce it internally.

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