In a survey commissioned by Airbnb, half of the 880 respondents would prefer to have a national set of guidelines for short-term rentals.
The findings reveal that national guidelines are the preferred regulatory method for at least half of respondents (50%) over other methods such as building and community regulations (26%); and state and local regulations (24%).
“It is clear that Malaysians want a clear and consistent national approach for short term rental regulations. Clear and sensible guidance at a national level streamlines regulatory efforts for the various states providing the host community greater clarity and certainty,” said Airbnb’s head of public policy for Southeast Asia Mich Goh (pictured) in a press release today.
MediaTitle: The Edge Financial Daily
Date: 18 Apr 2019