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Many reasons exist why a short term vacation rental (STR) property may be considered illegal. From a municipal government standpoint, it could be against ordinance to operate a short term rental in a particular zoning area. Even if a short term rental operator has a permit, by having more people over than the maximum occupancy,
If your condo building or homeowner’s association has problems with AirBnB operators running illegal short term rentals, there is a solution. Harmari by LTAS, leaders in online investigation and data mining since 2011 have launched a short term rental monitoring solution specific to property management companies struggling with AirBnB problems. Harmari provides the following service:
We offer the following services to help with the short term rental (STR) compliance tasks: 24/7 Complaints Tipline with real-time outbound notifications Direct Mail or Phone-based Outreach to non-compliant STR operators STR web and mobile-enabled registration page for new licensees Licensee and Tax Payment processing via PayPal Receive and compile audio / video documentation of
A high cigarette tax is motivation for many to seek out suppliers that sell low-priced counterfeits, cigarettes diverted from low-tax jurisdictions (such as an Indian reservation or from Virginia). In all cases it is some form of tax evasion and taken very seriously by revenue agencies. Harmari Search plays an active role in detecting all
For more than 2 years now, the world’s established taxi services industries have battled online ridesharing, and ride hailing mobile apps such as Uber, Lyft, GrabTaxi, Didi Dache, and others. Both Uber and Lyft each have 100,000 drivers retained as self-employed contractors, although their status as contractors is hotly contested in California (see CNBC article).