Airbnb and Short-Term Rentals: Practical Considerations for Landlords, Tenants, HOAs, and Other Stakeholders
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss the effects of short-term rentals on real estate and explore the unique issues confronting hosts, guests and other stakeholders. Our panel will provide insights into the overlapping legal and regulatory regimes applicable to such arrangements—including the restrictions under rental and co-op leases and condominium bylaws—and enforcement difficulties faced by landlords, co-op or condominium owners and boards, and homeowner and neighborhood associations.
- Overview, history and trends
- Considerations of landlords and tenants when entering into short-term rentals
- Regulatory restrictions on short-term rentals
- HOAs and other stakeholders
- Case law developments
The panel will review these and other critical issues:
- What are the practical benefits of short-term rentals?
- What effects do short-term rentals have on real estate?
- What regulatory regimes apply to these rentals?
- What are the risks associated with such arrangements?
- What are solutions to conflicts with HOAs, condo boards, co-op agreements, and other neighborhood organizations?
- What are the enforcement difficulties and how can they be resolved?
Mark S. Einhorn
Marcus Errico Emmer Brooks
Mr. Einhorn routinely advises condominium associations and association managers on the full spectrum of matters... | Read More
Mr. Einhorn routinely advises condominium associations and association managers on the full spectrum of matters affecting condominium communities, including: governance issues, rules enforcement, lien enforcement, asset management, casualty loss claims, document amendments, land acquisition and development rights, election and transition procedures, contracts and general liability issues. In addition, he handles a wide range of commercial and residential transactions, advising clients on the formation of condominiums, developing and drafting association documents for condominium projects, 40B development, analyzing zoning regulations, creating new corporate entities and handling negotiations with commercial lenders for developers and other real estate development projects.Close
Laura Lee Garrett
Developers, end users and lenders involved in the development, leasing and management of commercial projects, including... | Read More
Developers, end users and lenders involved in the development, leasing and management of commercial projects, including retail, office, multi-family, mixed-use, and healthcare facilities are typical clients of Ms. Garrett’s. With more than 28 years of commercial real estate experience, she is routinely called upon to assist real estate investors with their most complex purchase, sale and finance transactions. Ms. Garrett has a special interest in the regulation of short-term rentals.Close
Jonathan L. Geballe
Jonathan L. Geballe, Esq.
Mr. Geballe has over 25 years of experience in real estate transactions and real estate litigation. He advises... | Read More
Mr. Geballe has over 25 years of experience in real estate transactions and real estate litigation. He advises regarding landlord and tenant disputes; commercial leasing involving restaurants, retail and office space, including land use and landmarks; and agreements for co-op and condo buildings and managed properties, among other representations. Mr. Geballe has served as the Chairperson of the Real Estate Section of the New York County Lawyers Associationand Co-Chaired the Jack Newton Lerner Landlord-Tenant Practice Institute in 2015 and 2017.Close