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Short-term rental revenues after the lockdown : An advantage for natural areas but always in dense rental spaces

Abstract : Has the Covid-19 crisis changed tourist destinations to greener places in France? Yes partly, at least by considering changes in revenue generated by short-term rentals on the AirBnB platform in the largest region of France (Nouvelle Aquitaine). To show this, I compare spatially the revenue generated by short-term rentals near different types of amenities between the summer months in 2019 (without a pandemic) and that same revenue after deconfinement in summer 2020. I find that the revenues of rentals near natural areas (public forests, rivers, lacke, etc) increase more strongly than those farther away after the lockdown (comparing the summer of 2020 with the summer of 2019). However among these locations, those with a high density of short-term rentals were the most favored. In addition, it was the locations near historical monuments that had a stronger lockdown months catch-up than those further away, unlike the locations near green spaces and the ocean. Another finding is that rentals located on the edge of rural areas did not generate significantly more income than those located next door in rural areas, unlike in previous years.
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Lauriane Belloy. Short-term rental revenues after the lockdown : An advantage for natural areas but always in dense rental spaces. 2022. ⟨hal-03671537⟩

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