Airbnb Earnings Report Reveals Economic Impacts in Maryland

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Source: The Dispatch

Baltimore City tops the list with over 107,000 guest arrivals and nearly $15 million in host income.

Airbnb recently released the company’s 2018 earnings in Maryland. Statewide hosts welcomed 383,600 guest and earned nearly $57 million in supplemental income.

As reported by The Dispatch:

According to the report, there are currently over 6,500 Airbnb hosts in Maryland who share their residences with online vacation shoppers. The average amount of yearly supplemental income for the hosts comes in at around $5,600. In Worcester County, Airbnb hosts welcomed 10,800 visitors in 2018 and collected around $1.5 million in supplemental income.

For more information read the full article in The Dispatch.

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