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New Competition: The Impact Of House Sharing On Traditional Lodging Facilities

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Title:
New Competition: The Impact Of House Sharing On Traditional Lodging Facilities
Series Title:
19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Anders, Kaitlyn
Language:
English
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Center for Undergraduate Research
Center for Undergraduate Research
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Poster

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For the past 11 years, house sharing has demonstrated exponential economic growth and has become a major subsect of the hospitality industry. Beginning in 2006 with Airbnb, the house sharing market has risen to over five percent of the $500 billion hotel market (Kindergan, 2015). The significant and rapid rise of house sharing has caused competition discrepancies that local and federal governments are currently trying to resolve. As regulation and other aspects of competition face the rise of technology and new forms of commerce, governments are and will be evaluating aspects of competition to ensure fairness throughout the travel and leisure industry. This study is designed to analyze how the growth of house sharing has affected competition in the traditional real estate market for hotel and other traditional lodging facilities thus far and how the markets will continue to change in the future. ( en )
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Research authors: Kaitlyn Anders, E. Kent Malone PhD - University of Florida
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University Scholars Program
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Faculty Mentor: For the past 11 years, house sharing has demonstrated exponential economic growth and has become a major subsect of the hospitality industry. Beginning in 2006 with Airbnb, the house sharing market has risen to over five percent of the $500 billion hotel market (Kindergan, 2015). The significant and rapid rise of house sharing has caused competition discrepancies that local and federal governments are currently trying to resolve. As regulation and other aspects of competition face the rise of technology and new forms of commerce, governments are and will be evaluating aspects of competition to ensure fairness throughout the travel and leisure industry. This study is designed to analyze how the growth of house sharing has affected competition in the traditional real estate market for hotel and other traditional lodging facilities thus far and how the markets will continue to change in the future. - Center for Undergraduate Research, University Scholars Program

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