The AirBNB is the premier online destination for home buyers and sellers looking to rent their home.
You can buy and sell properties on the platform, rent out space to guests, book events, book travel, buy and trade goods and services and more.
But what exactly is an Airbnb agent?
AirBNBs are classified as brokers and agents.
They do not have the authority to make sales or buy property, but they can act as an intermediary and sell to other parties.
What does that mean?
Agents are typically agents and not brokers.
They offer services to people who need them, like listing properties, providing travel recommendations, arranging accommodation, and offering travel and vacation packages.
But they do not actually own the property, nor are they responsible for all the expenses incurred on the properties.
This makes them vulnerable to fraud.
What to do if you’re caught with an agent agent or broker?
If you think you might have been an agent or a broker, you should contact the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) immediately.
If you believe you were an agent and are being evicted from your property, contact your local CRA office.
The CRA is in touch with landlords and property managers to get a sense of how the situation is progressing.
It is also in touch if you think your agent or business might have violated the CRA’s anti-fraud rules.
You may also want to consider contacting the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), the country’s largest tax-free advocacy group, which can provide information on how to report suspected fraud.