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The number of short-term rentals in Puerto Rico has surged. A new report says that's a problem

Summary by Ground News
The number of units operating as short-term rentals in Puerto Rico jumped to more than 25,000 in 2022. The Hispanic Federation says renters have faced evictions, the cost of goods have increased amid an economic crisis and some ecological areas have been destroyed during new construction. The report calls for creating a public registry, classifying them as a business and increasing the island's room tax.

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