Airbnb is cracking down on the use of its platform to list homes intended to host large parties by suspending or removing more than 10 listings in Dallas this week that the company said violated its policies.
The company took action Tuesday removing more than 80 listings across the state of Texas that it said violated the company’s policy on parties and events. According to Airbnb the company suspended listings in Austin, Baytown, College Station, Corpus Christi, Cypress, Edgewood, El Paso, Fort Worth, Fredericksburg, Houston, Lubbock, Pearland, Richmond, San Antonio, Uvalde, Wimberly and Dallas.
Airbnb communicated its actions to the hosts over the past week, the company said in a release.
“The vast majority of hosts in Texas contribute positively to their neighborhoods and economy, and they also take important steps to prevent unauthorized parties – like establishing clear house rules, quiet hours, and communicating in advance with their guests,”