Airbnb, a US-based residential rental company, announced its ban on parties and events in rental properties.
Announcing that it had previously banned parties in the houses rented through the company, the platform stated that the ban has become permanent.
The company, which first announced the temporary ban decision in August 2020 in order to defend the public health, stated that the owners and neighbors were happy with the prohibition after the decision.
Noting that a 44 percent decrease has been recorded in the number of complaints after the decision implemented in the past two years, Airbnb underlined that reservations for facilities made for this purpose will be included in the scope of the exception.
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