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Airbnb is Banning the Use of Indoor Security Cameras at Its Listings

Airbnb had allowed the use of indoor security cameras in common areas, as long as the locations of the cameras were disclosed on the listings page. read more >
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Eclipse Economics: Arkansas Expects Tourism Boom on the HorizonLock Icon

To calculate how many eclipse chasers will be looking skyward in Arkansas at 1:45 p.m. on Monday, April 8, economists and tourism officials started by looking backward. read more >
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Why ‘Bleisure’ Travel Gives Short-Term Rentals Like Airbnb a Boost Over Hotels

Remote and hybrid work has affected many industries, from commercial real estate to downtown restaurants. And it has impacted how many workers, unfettered by office attendance requirements, plan their travels. […] read more >
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Airbnb Will Push Rooms as Low-Cost Option to House Rentals

"It is an admission that travelers care more about affordability than they did a year ago," said CEO Brian Chesky. read more >
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Airbnb Hosts Are Sick of Airbnb, Too

The early days of short-term vacation rentals offered hosts a simple proposition: Rent your home and earn some extra money. Yet as the industry has matured, it's been met with regulation efforts from local governments. read more >
Real Estate / Tourism

Airbnb Makes Party Ban Permanent, Saying it Works

The San Francisco company believes the ban has worked, saying Tuesday that reports of parties at listed properties have dropped 44% from a year ago. read more >
Jonathan Curth, development services director for Fayetteville, is helping enforce new city rules limiting short-term rentals. 
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Airbnb, Say Hello To NIMBYLock Icon

Cities say the short-term rentals are bringing trash and loud parties to residential neighborhoods while displacing affordable housing. read more >
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More Arkansas Cities Regulate Airbnb and Other Short-Term Rentals

The massive growth of the short-term rental industry is creating headaches for local residents and public officials. read more >
Downtown Eureka Springs
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Eureka Springs Cracks Down on Airbnb Rentals as Housing Grows Scarce

Residents say the city already has plenty of tourist accommodations, and that the short-term rentals had become a nuisance. read more >
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In Jonesboro, Leaders Says Airbnb Tax Could Yield Modest Revenue

An online rental occupancy tax proposal in Jonesboro aims to provide modest but useful revenue for the city's Advertising and Promotions Commission. read more >
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Airbnb Announces Tax Agreement With Arkansas

Airbnb announced Monday that it will begin to collect and remit taxes in Arkansas on behalf of the company's hosts and guests. read more >