Want to rent out your home to tourists? Make sure to follow these new rules around Europe

Short-term holiday rentals are controversial in a lot of destinations around the world. They can be an easy investment or source of extra income for property owners in popular tourist spots.

But they can also push up prices for local residents, creating housing crises and forcing people to move away from well-visited cities. They are often more lucrative for landlords than conventional long-term rentals and can leave hundreds of properties vacant in the off-season.

As the EU gradually introduces rules and regulations that apply to the whole of the 27-nation bloc, some cities and countries are battling the growth of holiday rentals in their own way.

Paris has a special unit to

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