The boom in private renting of furnished accommodation between individuals is not over, bringing its share of problems to the tourist accommodation market as well as to the housing market. Regulations are also multiplying at a rapid pace in the face of the proliferation of these offers throughout the world, as in France with a proposal concerning the tax regime and the number of days authorised for rental. At the European level, Brussels wishes to impose the collection of VAT on platforms such as Airbnb. The vice is tightening day by day, but this does not diminish the popularity of these short-term rentals.
To (re)read the first part of this analysis, click here and to (re)discover the second part, click here. An increasingly competitive market If Airbnb is the name that instinctively comes to mind when we approach the subject of furnished tourist accommodation, it is not the only player present...
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