My guy gave it up in his intro message to the host…
“Your listing looks like a potential fit with one question and one stipulation. The question would be how far are you from a train station? I will need to use it on my stay there. The stipulation is if I am renting a room I will be the only one to occupy or go in or out of it while I’m staying there. Therefore the “rule” if that is the correct term that you may come in and out of it to check or change the windows will not work. Now, should you care to view the windows from the exterior and make a recommendation on how you would want them, that is a different matter. But I will not have a situation where someone can go in and out of a room I am paying good money to stay in at their whim. Thank you, “S””
After having enough guests leave windows open in the rain, I added it to my house rules, that I would close windows to mitigate the damage to my home.
I confirmed with “S” that he had read the rules correctly and let him know that this would not be a good fit.
“S” responded with “Not a good fit is one thing, legalities is another. I would suggest you look into them. Have a good day. :)”
To which I replied “Thanks for the confirmation.”
Then I read his reviews - two of the four he received since signing up in March were definite “thumbs down” reviews! Whew! I dodged a bullet on that one.
Why do people feel the need to bring their $#*t into someones home?