Based on about five weeks of data from a company that combs 22 online platforms such as Airbnb and HomeAway to see who’s advertising their homes for vacation rental without proper local clearance, Newport has shut down 78 rentals and has about 50 more to review. Property owners who have been offering short-term lodging without authorization will have to pay the city back taxes and get a permit if they intend to continue.

Source: Newport Beach shuts down 78 unpermitted vacation homes; more are under scrutiny – LA Times

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