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Airbnb Looks to Legalize (Its Business Strategy)

Airbnb is working on getting laws passed that will technically legalize the service, allowing it to remit tax payments. The home-sharing company is framing the ongoing debate around how it pays taxes by highlighting its fight to legitimize the service, ...

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Illinois Working to Develop Home-Sharing Regulation

Instead of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s ordinance amendment that would set a 90-day limit on rentals per year, with those renting for longer periods required to get a business license, the Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association is calling for simpler ...

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Study Finds Illegal Airbnb Activity in Los Angeles

Study Finds Illegal Airbnb Activity in Los Angeles

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) released Phase II of a study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University School of Hospitality Management that provides a detailed analysis of the commercial activity taking place in Los Angeles (L.A.) ...

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Illegal Airbnb Sites Costing L.A. Residents

If Airbnb operators in Los Angeles were to remit the same room taxes and fees paid by hotels, the popular home-sharing site would owe the city $41 million a year, according to the second phase of a study conducted by ...

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Report: Airbnb Will Not Become Successful OTA

A new PiperJaffray report suggests that while Airbnb will make share gains in vacation rentals, its adverse impact on online travel agencies will be just 5.3 percent between 2016 and 2020. The report forecasts that Airbnb will not be successful ...

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Airbnb Looks to Expand Its Reach

Not content to simply offer home rentals anymore, Airbnb is looking for ways to give customers the full vacation experience with packages that include services such as personal chefs, restaurant reservations, art gallery tours, and bicycle rentals. Sources say that ...

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