Platform obligations for short-term rentals

Platform obligations for short-term rentals

The Alur law followed by the law for a digital republic, implemented obligations for the intermediaries. The goal is to ensure a better respect of the lessors and the regulation which became complex regarding touristic furnished rental; and to make sure that all the incomes received by the lessors are declared.

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Furnished rentals: who are the professionals staying in Paris?

Furnished rentals: who are the professionals staying in Paris?

Lodgis, specialist of furnished rentals in Paris, undertook a study on its “professional” clientele to understand better who they are and what are their needs in terms of temporary housing in Paris. Indeed, furnished rentals represent a type of housing that companies are increasingly promoting to accommodate their employees traveling to Paris, at a low cost: according to the Lodgis barometer, around one out of two tenants is a professional on a mission, training or expatriation in Paris. Here are the results of this study.

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3 year-old Alur law shows mixed results

3 year-old Alur law shows mixed results

3 years after its enactment, what is the Alur law’s assessment? This text which consists in 177 articles was aiming at fostering the dealings between lessors and tenants as well as making the access to housing easier for everyone. But what’s the current situation? What are the consequences for furnished rentals? Here is my somewhat mitigated analysis.

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Maud Velter
Maud Velter
Legal & practical advice for furnished rentals
Associate and Legal Director of Lodgis, furnished rentals and property law specialist

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