Friday, December 4, 2015

Airbnb releases data on New York City operations

From the New York Times:

The new data set released on Tuesday, which is made available only by making an appointment to visit Airbnb’s New York City office, shows that a majority of New York City hosts do not have large numbers of properties to rent out. From November 2014 until November 2015, some 75 percent of revenue earned by active hosts in New York City who share their entire home came from people who have only one or two rental listings on the platform. Over 2015 to 2016, Airbnb projects that number will rise to 93 percent. The typical annual host income is roughly $5,110, according to the data.

Full article here.

 

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