May 5, 2016
Some cities across the U.S. have embraced the short-term rental service, while others have fought Airbnb head on. The company, last valued at $25.5 billion in December, operates in 34,000 cities in 191 countries. In Miami Beach alone, Airbnb commands 4,562 listings, according to data website Airdna. So is Airbnb legal in Miami-Dade? Is it being regulated? Are renters being taxed? “I’m not sure anyone knows how to deal with it,” said Joe Hernandez, head of the real estate group at Weiss Serota….