The rise of Airbnb is a boon to the country’s booming housing market, as homebuyers look to cheap places for a night out.
But with so many listings available for a mere $200-300 a night, and many of them being cheap to rent, there are serious concerns about the safety of the platform.
In response to the rising number of reported home-owners in the US, the National Association of Realtors has launched a pilot program to assess the safety and reliability of the service, and has also created a website to track Airbnb’s compliance with state and federal laws.
The report has been widely criticized as being overly cautious, with critics accusing Airbnb of not doing enough to protect users from scams and other scams.
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In June, Airbnb announced a $10 million investment to help develop a national registry for owners of homes in states that allow home-sharing.
However, the program will not be fully implemented until at least 2020, and there are some issues with how the registry will be managed.
Airbnb said the registry would be managed by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, and would be based in San Francisco.
The company also said that all data and information will be encrypted, with the data being kept only in the company’s own database.
The US Department to regulate Airbnb, after months of delay The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently approved a new set of rules for home-sharers, which include making it harder for people to advertise their homes on the site, requiring that listings be verified by Airbnb, and requiring that hosts pay a fee to the government to allow them to operate.
Airbnb has also said it plans to offer the government a digital identity called “AirbnbID”, which will allow users to track their properties and pay to be added to the registry.
While the pilot will help ease concerns about safety, it will also help to further push home-marketing platforms such as Airbnb into the mainstream, according to Jon Fender, a former US congressman and author of a book about Airbnb called “Homeowners in America”.
He says the FAA’s new rules will only help make the platform more popular.
“The big issue is not the pilot, but the regulations,” he told Business Insider.
“The FAA needs to take a long, hard look at this, and the regulations that they’re imposing right now are a mess.
It will have a chilling effect on all the home owners out there, and it will lead to even more people becoming home-owning and making money from it.”