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U.S. Millennial Travelers Prefer Hotels Over Homesharing

U.S. Millennial Travelers Prefer Hotels Over Homesharing

NEW YORK—According to a new report on the future of U.S. Millennial travel, U.S. travelers between the ages 20 and 36 prefer full-service hotels to a homesharing or owner-direct rental service like AirBnb. Resonance Consultancy—a real estate, tourism, and economic ...

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U.S. Mayors On Regulating Short-Term Rentals

U.S. Mayors On Regulating Short-Term Rentals

During the U.S. Conference of Mayors, which took place from June 23-26 in Miami Beach, a bi-partisan group of mayors from around the country agreed that short-term rental sites should be regulated by local governments. Mayor Susan Haynie, Boca Raton, ...

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Study: Airbnb Moving Away from Homesharing

Study: Airbnb Moving Away from Homesharing

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) released a new report today that examines the rise of commercial activity taking place on Airbnb nationwide. This study, Hosts with Multiple Units—A Key Driver of Airbnb Growth, reveals that Airbnb’s business ...

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What Hotels Have Over Airbnb

What Hotels Have Over Airbnb

Hank Freid, CEO and founder of the Impulsive Group, believes that hotels still have a leg up on Airbnb and provide unforgettable experiences that alternative accommodations can’t. Although it may be beneficial for hotels to pair up with companies and ...

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How Expedia is in a Position to Take on Airbnb

Expedia’s recent purchase of rental HomeAway has positioned it to access the same market as Airbnb. Expedia has already started to alter the way HomeAway makes money as a means to close its takeaway gap with Airbnb. HomeAway now charges ...

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