What a truthful answer. Also, I happen to agree with you. I live in a condo where the rules are very specific about rentals and guest registration ( basically rent out your place 1 time a year, and renters guest have to have a criminal background check ) . Airbnb brought about people for holiday ( I live a 20 minute walk to the beach ) which are here for holiday ( have fun, have parties, have joy ) and are rather interesting lot of people, mostly good but many have little property or neighbor respect.
I was tasked to weed out this issue. Which I did with great vigor, and resolved all. The biggest problem is; Confrontation of an owner, they forgot that they acknowledge that they read the condo rules. which are clear about short term rentals. and with the gentle reminder that legal department charge both parties and that I would win at the end, it would cost them their condos ( a condo lien last until sold or foreclosed, but at the end, it's paid in full to the association ).
I would advise all, if you buy a vacation home, make sure that you read the condo rules and are clear about short term rental, there is viable reason why my building is priced at a 15% to 30% discount to a liberal rental policy buildings.