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Airbnb Makes $76 Million from Multi-Unit Miami Operators

Airbnb Makes $76 Million from Multi-Unit Miami Operators

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) has released a new study that provides a detailed analysis of the rise in commercial activity taking place in Miami on Airbnb, one of the most trafficked short-term rental websites. The study was ...

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What Do Americans Think of Airbnb?

Airbnb is worth an estimated $25.5 billion, but according to a new report from The Pew Research Center, only 11 percent of American adults have used homesharing services to stay overnight in a private residence. The study surveyed 4,787 adults ...

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Negotiations Continue Regarding Chicago’s Airbnb Ordinances

There is tension brewing between Airbnb and Chicago’s hotel industry. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed ordinances to regulate and tax Airbnb, and now downtown alderman Brenden Reilly has weighed in, suggesting changes that represent a compromise with the home-sharing giant. ...

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Commercial Rental Activity Rising in Chicago

Commercial Rental Activity Rising in Chicago

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today released a new study that provides a detailed analysis of the rise in commercial activity taking place in Chicago on Airbnb, one of the most trafficked short-term rental websites. The study ...

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Airbnb Ventures Hotel-Style Service in California

Airbnb has debuted a pilot program called Sonoma Select, which will highlight the company’s push to offer a hospitable, hotel-concentrated experience. The model is intended to begin in July and its focal point will be a select number of highly-rated ...

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San Francisco to Vote on Airbnb Regulation

San Francisco has proposed a tougher rule on home-sharing services like Airbnb, and will vote today on legislation to increase requirements for the short-term rentals. New legislation would enforce requirements on development, including a 25 percent affordable housing requirement for ...

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