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To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below. Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set. Nocookies. How-airbnb-could-drive-up-melbourne-rental-costs-600-per-cent-booking-jump-in-two-years. OxUni students researching the impact of AirBnB on the rental sector. – Oxford Fair Housing. Strata and hotelier communities furious as holiday let report sweeps away Airbnb restrictions – Domain. Home-sharers, opportunist apartment owners and lobbyists of online holiday rental agencies are the clear winners in the report into holiday rental legislation to be tabled in the NSW parliament today.
On the other side, the obvious losers are strata residents who don’t want short-stay lets in their blocks, established hotels, the state’s 500 or so registered bed and breakfast operators, and residential tenants competing for properties owned by short-stay hosts who can make three times as much in rent from holiday lets. And there is a growing threat of direct disruptive action in strata schemes if any new legislation removes the ability of a majority of owners to reject having holiday lets in residential buildings. NSW’s proposed laws would mean that unit owners may not be able to ban short-term letting in their buildings.
Photo: Jon Shireman Despite the broad range and many complexities, the takeaway is simple. Airbnb to get green light in NSW, report says. Home owners should be given the green light to let out spare rooms for cash on Airbnb and other "sharing economy" platforms without risking hefty fines from local councils, a report to be handed to the Baird government concludes.
An 18-month-long NSW Parliamentary inquiry into the booming but sometimes divisive short-term rental accommodation market will also recommend a crackdown on rogue "party houses", after hearing neighbour complaints about constant noise, parking problems and "vomiting bridesmaids". Activists say Airbnb drives up rents. But is that actually true? L.A. needs to find out.
The city of Los Angeles is considering an ordinance that would force thousands of small businesses to close their doors.
These businesses currently provide a valuable service to customers and much-needed income to their owners. The ordinance I have in mind is the one targeting Airbnb rentals. Hosts could offer only one unit for at most 90 days per year, with draconian financial penalties for violations. Since many hosts currently offer multiple units, each for 365 days per year, the ordinance would radically shrink the city's Airbnb market.
And since the city has the right to collect taxes on the income Airbnb hosts earn, the ordinance would also severely limit a potentially important source of revenue. To justify choking off so much commerce, the city needs a good reason. Airbnb critics slam allowance of ‘rooms of doom’ Airbnb is allowing homeowners to advertise “rooms of doom” that accommodate as many as 30 people by stuffing beds into laundry rooms and air mattresses into kitchens, two state legislators charged Monday.
State Sens. How Airbnb is reshaping our cities. Infrastructure in our cities – let’s call it the hardware – remains much the same as ever, but the software – the way we use it – is transforming rapidly.
One piece of that software, Airbnb, is dramatically reshaping the world’s cities. The digital platform allows citizens to find and rent short-term accommodation from other citizens. Airbnb has the potential to rupture the traditional spatial relationship between tourist and local, making our cities more vibrant and diverse places to live in and to visit. The question is: what opportunities and dangers does the platform present? What are the implications of repurposing existing residential infrastructure for short-term accommodation?
Lessons from an early adopter. How Airbnb is reshaping our cities. The Bedroom Boom - Airbnb and London. 'Sharing is caring' but is this the case with the rise of the sharing economy?
Airbnb is a key facet of the sharing economy and is growing significantly worldwide. There are now more than 42,000 listings in London alone. This research builds upon the previous RLA report 'The Rental Revolution: What the Sharing Economy is doing to the PRS? ' and sets out to explore the explosive growth in Airbnb listings. In our first report, we identified that 64% of entire home/apartment listings were available for more than 90 nights per year with an estimated annual revenue of £144,227,328.
This research investigates the growth in the usage of Airbnb between February 2016 and June 2016. It is argued that this is removing a significant amount of housing supply, restricting the amount of properties available to families and workers, and potentially pushing up rents. Airbnb tenants reportedly trash Sydney unit and leave crack pipe behind. New way for renters to ‘try before you buy’ Web portal Rent.com.au has joined forces with Airbnb, partnering to encourage renters to ‘try before you buy’ by test driving a new neighborhood before signing a rental lease.
With a growing number of Australians opting to rent as a conscious lifestyle choice, Rent.com.au and Airbnb have signed an agreement that would allow renter the ability to book apartments, houses, private and shared rooms, and unique accommodation options for a short period, before committing to an area for a long-term lease. With more than seven million Australian renting their homes, many will ask themselves, ‘Can I really see myself living here?’ Before signing a lease. “We love the idea of people ‘test driving’ their new community,” said Rent.com.au CEO Greg Bader. “We can all look at the photos and descriptions on our website and that gives us a good idea of the property we are moving into, but it doesn’t really paint the full picture of a new community.
Unit blocks forced to take Airbnb lets under proposed laws. Apartment buildings in NSW could be forced to accept short-term lets – including every weekend – under proposals being formulated by a parliamentary inquiry.
And protections for owners who don’t want holiday lets, which have become hugely popular through online agencies such as Airbnb and Stayz , were “blown out of the water” by City of Sydney’s submissions, according to a committee insider. ‘Game-changing’ Airbnb partnership to benefit private landlords. Airbnb has strengthened its hold on the rental market by partnering with a major rental listings portal, enabling renters to try an area before they commit to renting there.
The deal between Airbnb and Rent.com.au allows renters to “try before they buy” and “test drive a new neighbourhood before signing a rental lease”. Under the agreement, more than seven million renters can now book apartments, houses and private and shared rooms with a few clicks on the Rent.com.au website. Rent.com.au CEO Greg Bader said the idea is for people to “test drive their new community”. “We can all look at the photos and descriptions on our website and that gives us a good idea of the property we are moving into, but it doesn’t really paint the full picture of a new community,” Mr Bader said. Rent.com.au Ltd partners with Airbnb for renters to try out properties.
Rent.com.au Ltdwww.rent.com.au/ Rent.com.au Ltd (ASX:RNT) operates an Australian property rental focussed web portal. Rent.com.au Ltd partners with Airbnb for renters to try out properties Thursday, August 25, 2016 by Proactive Investors.