It’s been awhile since anyone was here with a neighbor complaint so I hope I don’t jinx it.
I’ve been looking at a lot of Airbnb listings lately and I see some (more than I’d like) with a warning about “don’t speak to the neighbors/don’t tell the neighbors/if the neighbors ask tell them you work for the government in an undercover operation and this house based operation is vital to the nation’s security.” (ok, I made the last one up but that’s what I’m going to use if I end up in this situation.) I also had to call Animal Control on my neighbors this week and I’ve been giving it a lot of thought I guess.
If a listing has a warning about the neighbors I assume it’s violating the law or the lease. My question is: Should I make that assumption? I click away because I’m not going to lie for a host and I don’t want to be put in an awkward situation. But I am eliminating listings from consideration that I don’t need to? Maybe @GutHend would like to make a poll?
Airbnb still has the link where your neighbors can notify Airbnb that they have a problem with you: