Service helps landlords spot illegal Airbnbs

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Three quarters of Airbnb listings are illegal — with renters subletting rooms against building rules and the wishes of their landlords. Until now, property managers have been powerless to prevent their tenants making a buck through sublet platforms, but a new service aptly named Building Snitch will monitor third party rental sites and alert the client anytime a listing for their property turns up. Building Snitch offers a similar service to the short-lived Huntbnb, which let landlords input their property's address and provided all the nearby listings so that they could identify any of their units by the photographs. Building…

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