AirDNA

  • Airbnb’s Life After New Regulations

    As the new law requiring hosts to register with the city went into effect in San Francisco, the room-sharing company had no choice but purge more than 4,500 listings. How has this impacted the local short-rental business, compared to other California metros?

    Los Angeles 21 February 2018 17:35
  • Airbnb Going Strong in Texas

    According to AirDNA data, three major Texas metros are witnessing an important growth in Airbnb user adoption. Austin, Houston and Dallas have seen the total number of listings increase by as much as 90 percent year-over-year in October.

    Austin 28 November 2017 12:25

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