rental Brian Chesky promises to personally greet future tenants of the room
The Airbnb logo. — Patrick Semansky/AP/SIPA
He’s a rather special host who arrives on Airbnb. The boss and co-founder Brian Chesky of the platform has indeed rented a room in his house in San Francisco (United States). According to Le Figaro, the latter would have even committed to welcome future tenants in person.
Introducing the Airbnb 2022 Winter Release pic.twitter.com/SECocjFg4T
— Brian Chesky (@bchesky) November 16, 2022
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Wishing to increase the number of guests, Airbnb is thus setting an example with, in passing, a nice publicity stunt. The ad is already up. searchable. According to Business Insider, booking would be free, so all nights have been booked. reserved until March 2023. The platform ensured that other dates would open later.
Airbnb, whose business has not weakened for several quarters, remains an excellent way to amortize a real estate investment for many owners. “Last year, in France, a host won’ around 3,600 euros” Emmanuel Marill, who leads the French branch. And to add: “In times of inflation, vacation rentals are the best way to make ends meet.”
Damage Protection Extension
To attract landlords, Airbnb has developed different tools. Thus, new renters can now benefit from the personalized advice of a “superhost”, a very experienced renter. The platform also extends 'Air Cover' protection, filtering bookings in the US and Canada, as well as damage protection up to 100,000 passengers. 3 million dollars (2.8 million euros), which will also cover cars, boats, works of art and all valuables.
Finally, Le Figaro indicates that rentals of private rooms are on the rise, even going as far as 30% more in the third quarter compared to 2021. seasonal rental.