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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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Construction a Greater Threat to Lodging Sector CMBS Than Airbnb

Construction a Greater Threat to Lodging Sector CMBS Than Airbnb

NEW YORK—Supply-demand imbalance from over-building in the hotel sector poses a greater threat to U.S. traditional lodging sector fundamentals for hotels backing commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) than peer-to-peer home renting platforms such as Airbnb, even as the latter continue to ...

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Group Doubles Spending on Anti-Airbnb Campaign

Share Better, a hotel industry-supported group, has doubled what it will spend to target Airbnb this year. The group plans to spend roughly $1 million over the next six months, beginning with its first national campaign to air on television today. ...

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Austin Reconsiders On-Demand Economy Stance

The city of Austin, Texas, is looking to introduce more stringent rules and regulations for on-demand startups such as Airbnb, HomeAway, Lyft, and Uber. This move is not entirely welcome, as Austin prides itself as being one of the most ...

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Virginia Senate Slows Legalization of Airbnb

The Virginia Senate has passed an amended version of the Limited Residential Lodging Act that will slow down legislation to legalize short-term online rental platforms like Airbnb. The House Appropriations Committee voted Tuesday to amend the bill (SB 416) to ...

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