Loire-Atlantique: Airbnb launches compulsory registration in these thirteen municipalities

Loire-Atlantique: Airbnb launches compulsory registration in these thirteen municipalities
Loire-Atlantique: Airbnb launches compulsory registration in these thirteen municipalities

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Hervé Pinson

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May 15, 2024 at 11:10 a.m.

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This is a consequence of the measure taken by the towns of Pornic agglo pays de Retz (Loire-Atlantique) to better control the rental supply in the region.

Airbnb announces the launch on its platform ofregistration required in thirteen towns of the Pornic agglo pays de Retz urban community “to promote responsible development of short-term rentals”, indicates the platform in a press release.

“This measure will apply in the municipalities of Chaumes-en-Retz, Chauvé, La Bernerie-en-Retz, La Plaine-sur-Mer, Pornic, Port-Saint-Père, Préfailles, Rouans, Saint-Hilaire-de- Chaléons, Saint-Michel-Chef-Chef, Sainte-Pazanne, Villeneuve-en-Retz, Vue”, announces the rental platform, knowing that this registration has become compulsory since 1er April 2024.

Ads without a number will be deleted

Therefore, “all hosts creating a new short-term rental listing on Airbnb must obtain and display a registration number on their listing to accommodate guests.” A simple and free procedure to carry out via the Déclaloc.fr platform.

In addition, “within three months”, the compulsory registration procedure will be extended “to all already existing advertisements for entire short-term rental accommodations in the city” and “advertisements for furnished tourist accommodation will not be having didn’t get a number recording will be deleted “.

Data transmitted to municipalities

Furthermore, each year and in accordance with the law, Airbnb will transmit to cities upon request a set of data on furnished tourist rentals in order to allow them to better understand the evolution of this activity and facilitate their monitoring of compliance with regulations. local.

Airbnb claims to be “a Source of positive benefits for the territories as well as for their inhabitants”, with in 2023 “ more than 187 million euros tourist tax » remitted to French municipalities. “Local hosts earned around 3,800 euros in median income,” says Clément Eulry, France director of Airbnb.

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