It’s Friday and major stuff’s happening. Like. 1. Airbnb will audit houses after Vice exposed a massive scam After 11 years in business, a US$35 valuation and hopes for an IPO, the normally aloof house sharing platform Airbnb is actually going to take more than a casual glance at what’s going on with the… Read more »
If you’ve just lodged your FY2019 tax return and left off income from renting out a room for a few nights on Airbnb, you’d better let the Australian Tax Office (ATO) you need to make some amendments quickly. The global online accommodation site has given the ATO the rental income data – and much more… Read more »
Airbnb management startup Hometime launches in two new markets as gross booking value hits $2 million per month
Hometime is going from strength to strength, announcing its launch into top tourism markets Byron Bay and the Sunshine Coast.
The Airbnb property management market is seeing some consolidation, with Sydney-based Hometime acquiring fellow Sydney player Hey Tom.
Airbnb is making a play for the luxury travel market, today unveiling a series of new offerings as part of a roadmap for its “core Homes business”.
Airbnb, the undeniable poster child of the sharing economy, may be about to face one of its toughest PR battles yet.
The Room Xchange connects those in need of accommodation with with providers who, in turn, require someone to help them a little around the house each day
Sydney startup Hometime, a property management service for the likes of Airbnb and other players in the short-term rental space, has raised $1.5 million in a seed round led by Asia Principal Capital (APC).
Jumping strides ahead of Australia’s eventual electric car boom is Sydney startup Everty, a peer-to-peer charging network for electric cars.
Hometime looks to help hosts “put their Airbnb properties on autopilot” by handling each aspect of the hosting experience.
Youcamp offerings range from simply allowing travellers in campers or caravans access to the land to park on, through to cottages or ‘glamping’ facilities.
A report has found 22 percent of Australians are earning $50 or more from the sharing economy each month, with 5.6 percent, or around 800,000, earning over $300 per month.
Vampr has taken inspiration from the contemporary dating app model to develop an app that allows musicians to more easily connect with each other.
MadeComfy looks to simplify the listing and management process for people seeking to rent out their homes through platforms such as Airbnb.
Adelaide startup ViY is an added value boutique property service for existing Airbnb customers. For example think of Airbnb as a supermarket and they want to get a range of quality supply chains, ViY provides the quality and Airbnb provides customers with the space to find that value.