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Comprehensive Effects of Short-Term Rental Platforms

Short-term rentals have dramatically increased the available supply of rooms for visitors to multiple international destinations, potentially siphoning demand away from hotels to short-term rental businesses. In a competitive market, an increase in supply with constant demand would negatively influence incumbent service providers.

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Airbnb and the rent gap: Gentrification through the

This article presents a framework for analyzing the relationship between short-term rentals and gentrification, an exploratory case study of New York City, and an agenda for future research. We argue that Airbnb has introduced a new potential revenue flow into housing markets which is systematic but geographically uneven, creating a new form of

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Rentals, Sales, and Buybacks: Managing Secondary

The authors analyze a problem facing a durable product manufacturer who has to manage two “noncompeting” channel systems.ln particular, they focus on the practices of …

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Professionalisation of short-term rentals and emergent

This paper contributes to research on short-term rentals (STRs), their suppliers and their impact on housing and the local community, focusing on Thessaloniki, a recessionary city off the tourist map until recently. Through the conduction of in-depth interviews with hosts and other key informants, and the analysis of quantitative data on Airbnb

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Airbnb and the rent gap: Gentrification through the

Short-term rentals are removing rental housing from the market, but are conversions from standard rental apartments to de facto Airbnb hotels more or less likely to displace existing residents than more traditional forms of gentrification-related urban redevelopment? Our quantitative empirical analysis of New York was unable to measure

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Short-term rentals as a new urban frontier – evidence from

Papers in this special issue offer a wide range of political economy and sociological perspectives to explain the development and impacts of short-term rentals (STRs) in European cities. Empirically, they provide insights regarding STR providers, socio-spatial impacts, and …

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Rent-seeking middle classes and the short-term rental

While a permanent tenant pays a fixed monthly rent, the prices of short-term rentals vary according to the season, and at peak times of the year a total of one month’s rent can be obtained in just a few days (personal communications, January and February 2019).

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Rent gap reloaded: Airbnb and the shift from residential

In light of the advent of Airbnb, rent gap theory can be helpful for understanding how tourist rentals affect residential rental housing. It is argued that on those properties currently rented to residents, rental payments are not only ‘actual …

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Regulating short-term rentals: Joined cases C-724/18 and C-727/18 Cali Apartments Tania Pantazi Department of Economic …

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An Analysis of The Impact of Short-Term Vacation Rentals

This study shows that while increase in short-term vacation rentals has an overall negative effect on hotel performance, the economic effect is more significant in the low-end market than in the high-end market. Our findings further reveal that the negative effect is reduced when there is a large price difference between short-term vacation

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Rentals, Sales, and Buybacks: Managing Secondary

Rentals, Sales, and Buybacks: Managing Secondary Distribution Channels. Devavrat Purohit and Richard Staelin. Journal of Marketing Research 1994 31: 3, 325-338 Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Simply select your manager software from

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The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Rental Market: Evidence From

Past research has demonstrated the racially and spatially uneven impacts of economic shocks and environmental disasters on various markets. In this article, we examine if and how the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic affected the market for rental housing in the 49 largest metropolitan areas in the United States.

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Agent-based simulation of short-term peer-to-peer rentals

Wachsmuth and Weisler (2018) analyse data to study the relationship between short-term rentals and gentrification, taking New York City as a case study. The authors argue that touristic rentals introduce ‘a new potential revenue flow into housing markets … systematic but geographically uneven, creating a new form of rent gap’.

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Professionalisation of short-term rentals and emergent

This paper contributes to research on short-term rentals (STRs), their suppliers and their impact on housing and the local community, focusing on Thessaloniki, a recessionary city off the tourist map until recently. Through the conduction of in-depth interviews with hosts and other key informants, and the analysis of quantitative data on Airbnb

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Informal Rental Housing Typologies and Experiences of Low

An estimated 60–90 per cent of low-income rentals in Asia are in the informal sector; 25 per cent of India’s housing stock comprises informal rentals. Yet informal rentals remain an understudied area. Through an empirical study, this article illustrates the typologies of informal rental housing in urban villages and unauthorized colonies in

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Short-term rentals and the rentier growth coalition in

Research on short-term rentals is a growing field in critical urban and tourism geographies. This paper contributes to these fields by examining the structure of actors involved in the development of short-term rentals and their power relations. Our case study focuses on the municipality of Pollença (Majorca, Spain).

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Does Airbnb Disrupt the Private Rental Market

Airbnb rentals do not systematically raise private-sector rents. Using a large database of 136,133 dwellings over the period 2014–2015 in eight French cities, we show that a one-point increase in the density of Airbnb rentals at the IRIS level leads to an increase in rents in Lyon, Montpellier, and Paris only, by, respectively, 0.3851 percent

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Informal rental housing in the South: dynamic but

Formal property markets and public housing programmes cannot keep pace with accelerating demand from low-income groups. Although squatting is a common response, the scarcity of well-located land parcels, coupled with rising land values and threats of eviction, have contributed to informal rentals as an alternative. The rising demand has

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Marginal hosts: Short-term rental suppliers in Turin

Within the growing amount of literature on short-term rentals, which has started to increase in the past three years, research has focused mainly on world tourism cities, and intuitively on the cor

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