airbnb: the rental rules cured from June 1st to the Basque Country
© TerlovesAlainen / Pixabay Airbnb: the rental rules hardened from June 1st in the Basque Country to cope with the very high tension on Housing, the Basque Country voted a modification of the rules concerning short-term rentals. As the sunny days approached, the Basque Country decided to review its Seasonal Housing Policy. As southwest , the agglomeration community adopted on Saturday, March 5, the principle of compensation for tourist furnished.
Airbnb has changed travel. It has never been so easy to find accommodation in the most popular cities. But worth the rental for owners at all? Or is the housing interconnection for most providers a minus business? © Provided by finanzen.net Mike Clarke / AFP / Getty Images
Airbnb is today one of the world's largest platforms to provide travelers to accommodate accommodation. Whether in Munich, London or Madrid - everywhere, homeowners offer their accommodation about the platform. What has been developed as a mediation offer from private to private, more and more transforms to a business branch for entrepreneurs. Because more and more often apartments for renting via airbnb are rebuilt and valuable living space disappears.
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From when do the profits come?
Although more and more providers make their money mainly with AirBNB and thus no longer only generate an additional income, the number of private resources is still dominant. According to AIRBNB, more than seven million accommodations are offered on the platform worldwide. According to the company, around 13,000 apartments were rented in Berlin 2019.
According to EMPIRICA calculations, AirBNB landlords in Berlin have to rent their accommodation for at least 137 days a year to operate profitably. Prerequisite for this would be a rental price of 83 euros a day. If you believe the data, the approximately 2,600 reached the airbnb providers in Berlin.
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What are the profits?
owners can generate a multiple of the actual rental price by AIRBNB. According to Financer.com, the average weekly income for two guests in Munich is 536 euros. If you expect a 60 square meter apartment from an average rental price of 1,000 euros, providers in Munich can take twice the double.
In an interview with the time, AIRBNB Germany boss Alexander Schwarz explains that "The typical hosts in Germany and Berlin [...] [...] his home about 28 days a year [leased] and [...] about 1,500 euros [earned] ".
cities want to contain leases
However, there are also some criticisms at AIRBNB, because students or young workers find more rare affordable living in the popular city centers of Berlin, Hamburg or Munich. For this reason, many cities have adopted guidelines, which should restrict the overwhelming rental to tourists.
So in Berlin and other cities, the misalignment prohibition is now valid. In Munich, the "Social Office Office for Living and Migration" has issued an information sheet for airbnb landlord. Accordingly, it is forbidden to "rent an apartment or a house in the city of Munich exclusively as a holiday apartment".
allows the rental of individual rooms within the apartment. Not forbidden is also the rental of the entire apartment during your own holiday or a business trip. In this case, the apartment may be rented a maximum of six weeks a year. In case of a violation of these rules, fines of up to 50,000 euros threaten. Editorial Finanzen.net
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