COVID-19: London Airbnb rentals down | Hong Kong impact

Short-term Airbnb rentals drop in London Londoners have seen rent reductions as Airbnb landlords convert properties from short- to long-term lets. A website that tracks every Airbnb listing in London showed that the number of active Airbnbs in the city fell from just under 85,000 in Q4 2019 to 62,000 now. Other popular tourist cities in the U.K. were flooded with new rental homes, with the number in central Edinburgh up 105%. More from Homes & Property COVID-19 impact on Hong Kong market A survey conducted by Horwath HTL Hong Kong examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the outlook for the Hong Kong hotel market.…
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