I was involved in a lively debate this week with my Spanish colleagues over the issue of renting out your home to tourists during the summer season. Of course, there were mixed views, with one complaining that the villa next door to his home in a once quiet residential area of Palma had become a source of anger with residents as a result of the antics of some the tenants. But the general view was that you should be able to do with your home what you like, and most agreed that everyone should be able to rent out their homes as long as it was legal; in other words that taxes were being paid and the home met the various levels of quality.
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