30,000 Texans Shared Their Homes To Travelers Last Year: 'It's Been Good Extra Income'During 2018 in Dallas, the number of people using Airbnbs increased 70 percent from 2017 accordingly to company.
Hurst City Council Bans Short-Term RentalsAfter hearing from about two dozen neighbors complaining, the Hurst City Council banned leases that last for less than 30 days, essentially a ban on services like Airbnb.
Grapevine City Council Says Short-Term Rental Houses Already BannedA ban on short-term vacation rentals in Grapevine was up for discussion at a city council meeting Tuesday evening. However, officials announced at that meeting that those rental homes are already banned in the city.
Airbnb Launches Local Tours In NYC With Sarah Jessica ParkerAirbnb is launching local tours and other experiences in New York City this week, with one listing promising "an unforgettable shoe-shopping experience" led by a New Yorker whose bio describes her as "an actor, producer, businesswoman ... and a proud New Yorker."
The Airbnb Of Cars Is Here, Allowing Owners To Rent Out Their VehiclesThe new app used in Chicago and Evanston is called Getaround.
5 Non-Traditional Holiday Vacation IdeasFive recommendations for getting away on a nontraditional holiday vacation
"Fixer Upper" Clients Cash Out By Renting Their HomesChip and Joanna Gaines have caught the attention of viewers everywhere with their HGTV cable television series Fixer Upper, which documents the couple renovating homes for clients in Waco.
How To Book Last Minute TravelFive tips help you book last minute travel arrangements
A First-Timer's Guide To AirbnbTips on getting you started on Airbnb and how to be a good guest during your stay
Is Airbnb Right For You?Airbnb is an online service that matches hosts and travelers, creating a relationship and transaction that works for both.
How To Add Romance While Also Traveling With KidsConsider these five tips on how to add romance while traveling with kids.
Tech Cities Struggle With New Business RulesTechnology companies point out that the push for regulation is ironic in many technology-heavy cities that have built their reputations, in large part, on being on the leading edge.