airbnb Helps Portland Entrapeneur

My View: City Airbnb rules should help local entrepreneurs find their place in Portland’s economy From the Portland Tribune, June 10, 2014 In 2011, I graduated from Oregon Health & Science University with a doctorate in neuroscience. After six years in graduate school, I was eager to finally become the scientist I had aspired to […]

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The Difference Between airbnb “Private Room” and “Entire Place” Listings

Every airbnb listing is assigned a type: shared room (couch surfing), host-resident “private room” (mini-B&B), and host-absent “entire place” (vacation rental). Host-resident “private room” rentals are generally benign or beneficial. Host-absent “entire place” rentals are where the problems are usually found. The chart below summarizes the differences. (Click on image to enlarge) An SF Chronicle […]

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