10% of Irish hosts renting houses on Airbnb live outside the country
Of the 4,790 entire units available for rent on the platform for more than 90 days a year, 473 were hosted by people outside the country
One in ten hosts renting a full house on Airbnb lives outside Ireland, an analysis by The Sunday Business Post has found.
Of the 4,790 entire units available for rent on the platform for more than 90 days a year, 473 were hosted by people outside the country.
A total of 181 were in Britain, and 298 were in the rest of the world. An analysis of their profiles showed that many were people in the United States...
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