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  1. I think part of the problem is the legality of this idea, even in Cochise county where you can legally build alternative type structure, it is specific that these dwellings are not to be used as rentals. So you might be able to get away with it, but are you working within the law? Not sure how the insurance works with Air B&B, was in discussion with Tenter, a camping sort of site which had a big blanket policy that would cover anything, even activities out side of the residence, like if you took them on a tour or such, so they claimed anyway. But I could see insurance as an issue on an alternative not to code structure, stuff I hate to think about, buttt!

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