Window into Airbnb’s Hidden Impact on S.F.

Although the company refuses to release numbers, a data analysis commissioned by The Chronicle  found almost 5,000 San Francisco homes, apartments, and private or shared rooms for rent via  Airbnb. Two-thirds were entire houses or apartments, showing how far Airbnb has come from its  couch-surfer origins, and contradicting its portrayal as a service for people who rent out a spare room  and interact with guests. Read full article. 

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  • kauan cardoso
    commented 2016-04-19 06:27:34 -0700
    this is really interesting by the Netshoes, which was published in the BrasilTuris