airbnb Update

If all of airbnb were good or all of airbnb were bad it would be easy for cities to deal with airbnb. But the problem is that part of airbnb is good and part is not. There are two primary types of airbnb rental listings: airbnb host-resident “Private Room” rental listings and airbnb host-absent “Entire […]

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The Easiest Way to Regulate airbnb ?

Editor’s Note For the past 3 years I have been tracking the growth of airbnb and the attempts by various cities to appropriately regulate it. My thinking has evolved over time. The recent political activist tactics used by airbnb to defeat Proposition F in San Francisco caused me to re-think my assumptions. I recommend approach […]

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