Airbnb is an online marketplace for lodging, particularly homestays for vacation rentals, and tourism activities based in the United States.
The platform, which is based in San Francisco, California, is available via a website and a mobile app.
Airbnb does not own any of the houses advertised; instead, it makes money from commissions on each booking.
Brian Chesky, Nathan Blecharczyk, and Joe Gebbia launched the company in 2008.
Airbnb is an abbreviated version of AirBedandBreakfast.com, which was the company’s original name.
I have chastised the corporation for potentially inflating home rents and causing annoyance to residents living near rented properties.
Many governments regulate the firm, including the European Union and cities like San Francisco and New York City.
The government sees it as a danger to their business.
People in Africa, including Kenya, have embraced Airbnb to make money and locate excellent lodging.
Because they expect you to provide a well-furnished house with all the conveniences, Airbnb comes with its own set of issues.
One of the most significant issues is theft, which the owner must address before renting out his or her home to Airbnb.
A video shows a woman complaining about how guests looted a rented short-term accommodation before they checked out.
The camera panned towards the wall where they lifted the TV off its hinge in the viral footage.
A shelf sits beneath the hanger, with a broom in front of it.
Muthaiga Mansion: Why It Is On Sale For KSH750 Million
Muthaiga is one of the affluent suburbs in the city of Nairobi.
For many Kenyans, buying a home in an upscale neighborhood has long represented the pinnacle of achievement and opulence.
As a result, a mansion in Nairobi County’s Muthaiga is up for sale for a whooping Ksh750 million.
The mansion itself is on one acre of ground. It’s a two-story, brown-and-white monstrosity that rivals the mansions of billionaires.
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