Rentals Rising: The State of Private Accommodation in U.S. Travel
SummaryPrivate accommodation has undergone a remarkable transformation in the U.S. travel market over the past decade. Thanks in large part to services like HomeAway, Airbnb and leading online travel agencies such as Booking.com, the percentage of U.S. travelers who have rented a whole home or apartment has more than doubled within three years. This report tracks the rise of the U.S. private accommodations market, including: the behavior and attitudes of rental travelers versus non-renters; key differences between home rentals and hotels; and efforts to remove the remaining obstacles facing both rental travelers searching for a place to stay, and homeowners seeking to rent their homes.
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