Towards the end of short-term rentals?

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Published on 14/09/23 - Updated on 14/09/23

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Short-term rentals continue to make headlines, most recently with the near-banning of Airbnb in New York. The Big Apple is far from being the only city to introduce increasingly strict regulations to counter the proliferation of this type of accommodation. While destinations and hoteliers are keen to counter their development, travellers are increasingly turning to these furnished tourist accommodations as a way of coping with price inflation. While demand is stronger than ever, will we see a decline in supply? How are players in the sector reacting to the proliferation of restrictive measures? What does the future hold for the private rental market?

The popularity of short-term rentals continues unabated In 2022, 86 million overnight stays were booked on Airbnb and Abritel in France, 29% more than the previous year and 26% more than in 2019. This trend demonstrates tourists' appetite for this type of accommodation when travelling. Airbnb also...

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