Israel Wakes Up to airbnb

Airbnb revolutionizes the Tel Aviv apartment marketBut by catering to tourists, it could reduce the supply of regular rental units in the city From Haaretz, November 7, 2014 It’s a spacious, bright vacation apartment on Tel Aviv’s posh Kikar Hamedina. The kitchen is well-equipped and it looks out onto the upscale street that is a […]

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airbnb in Israel

Israel travel: Airbnb vs hotels From the Jerusalem Post, September 4, 2014 This sounds like a truly wonderful airbnb “Entire Place” rental. And, at $439 per night, it is always more profitable to rent to “short-term” guests than to month-to-month renters. Assuming that the host is collecting and remitting any applicable transient lodging taxes, the […]

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