How to avoid the Airbnb ‘bubble’

The rental market has seen an increase in hotel occupancy rates in the last two years, but the demand for cheap hotel phones is driving a surge in the number of Airbnb rentals, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors.

The report found that Airbnb’s growth in the first half of 2017 drove up hotel occupancy in the United States by a whopping 30 percent from the first six months of the year.

It found that hotel occupancy increased nearly 10 percent from last year’s first half to its second half, and the demand is expected to continue to grow.

While the demand has been growing rapidly in recent years, there’s a growing demand for cheaper hotels.

While there are no national guidelines for hotel occupancy, a number of factors influence how many hotels will be able to accommodate guests.

One of the factors is how long the rental period lasts.

While some hotels have started accepting credit cards as payment for rentals, others are not.

The rental market is expected not only to grow in coming years, it will continue to change rapidly.

Airbnb is currently expanding in new locations across the country, with more than 100 in the pipeline.

Airbnb recently announced plans to expand to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Washington, and Dallas, with another five to eight locations to be added in the coming months.

The association’s study found that the demand from Airbnb is outpacing the supply of hotels.

The demand for hotels increased in the third quarter of 2017 from the third half of 2016, with the demand rising by nearly 14 percent from its second quarter.

The occupancy rate of hotels increased from 19 percent in the second quarter to 21 percent in its second year of operations.

Airbnb has been criticized for its high rent prices, which are often in the thousands of dollars.

The company’s rental prices have grown rapidly over the last few years, making the rental market incredibly competitive.

Airbnb also has a monopoly over the rental industry, which means that it has the ability to set its own rental rates and determine how many rooms can be rented per week.