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  1. The problem, of course, is that the hoteliers see their livelihood threatened. A law , passed in Greece a short time ago, taxes Airbnb and the like. This way the hoteliers claim that there is not an unfair competition. I think this is the best approach. Revenue generated is taxed, this is the era of capitalism and free economy after all.
  2. One can get some insights as to the situation. For example, was the apartment in an expensive area, was his ref well stocked, was he unwashed and in a state of neglect. Surely there are markers indicating his circumstances. Maybe he had a pension from Switzerland. All possibilities are equally open, I think. There is not enough information at present, it seems.