Thursday, March 12, 2020

Aldermen debate stronger house sharing regulation

Chicago house sharing regulation may become stricter in the coming months. All photos Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty
I've recently subscribed to The Daily Line for Chicago City Council committee reporting.  Real estate issues are churned out in committee hearings. Developments and housing ordinances live and die in zoning, housing and economic committees.

Recently The Daily Line reported aldermen debated strengthening regulations for the Chicago Shared Housing Ordinance. The new ordinance would prohibit listing a home share on a platform before the City of Chicago approves the registration. Home share operators would have to register with the City first. Among other items the City wants to access more information about the home renters to follow up on complaints and violations. 

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