The home rental platform Airbnb has created a new report which reveals how the property owner of Austin is using the service.
Some of the complaints of the Airbnb include that Austin vacation rental homes are turning to actual house for the guests and houses being rented out to guests are the houses of absentee landlords. Some complaints include that Austin allows more than 6 persons to stay in a home which the city rules doesn’t allow.
Austin created its rules in 2012 but many neighbors oppose the rules as they feel these rules are ineffective. Some guests feel that Austin serves the best as it saves the money of guests staying in its rentals on Airbnb script zoplay.com/web/rental-booking-script/
Austin already received 266 complaints about the type of the properties where home owners are not present and seventeen percent of the complaint is about over occupancy. Some cities reject the license of the houses which gets the complaints.
Airbnb disclosed a report stating that 92 percent of the Austin listings have three bedrooms with their guests and eighty seven percent of the land owners have no more than four guests staying with them. The average size of renting a vacation home in Austin is 2.7 people with the age limit of 36.
Airbnb also stated that most of the Austin rentals are listed out by the primary residents and absentee landlords of the property.
Airbnb home owners earns thousands of dollars per year renting their home, where some hosts says that they use the amount to settle down the household expenses and some use it to make end meets.