Airbnb to give Portland info on all listings. 1,500 unpermitted listings expected to be removed.

by | Sep 25, 2019 | PDX News

After years of legal wrangling between the City of Portland and Airbnb a settlement has been reached. Starting in December Airbnb will turn over info on all their Portland listings, which some estimate are 80% unpermitted, to the City.

I expect that pricing will jump as many of the listings are removed in January 2020 in Portland.

Home Away will not be sharing user data but instead has agreed to remove users without proper permits and business licenses. All other platforms have been informed to remove un-permitted listings by the end of September 2019.

Click here for information on: How to permit your Airbnb in Portland

Great OPB Article on Portland’s crack down on short term rentals

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