In the midst of the current economic crisis, a new phenomenon has emerged in Israel: the Airbnb rental in Israel.
As of August, Airbnb was the most popular rental service in Israel, with an average of more than 600 listings per day, according to the Israeli Tourism Board.
The service allows users to rent rooms in the popular Tel Aviv area to stay for a night or a week at a time, according the Israel Tourism Board, which was formed in 2014 to improve the tourism industry in Israel by encouraging tourism.
In the past two years, Airbnb has grown to a global company with more than 60,000 hosts and more than 4 million visitors, according an Airbnb spokesperson.
Its popularity in Israel is a consequence of the country’s economic crisis.
As a result of the collapse of the Israeli economy, most of the tourism sector in the country has closed down, leaving a vacuum of activity and job opportunities.
With this crisis, Airbnb is the only option for many Israelis who are struggling to find affordable housing and other resources to rent a room.
Airbnb hosts often rent their rooms on a daily basis and are compensated for the time they spend renting out their space.
They often pay a monthly fee to Airbnb and provide a deposit of about $150, which can be used to purchase an Airbnb membership.
For the average price of a single room, a room on Airbnb costs about $800, while a room in an apartment costs between $1,200 and $2,300.
Airbusas owners pay a flat monthly fee of $15 for a one-year Airbnb membership and a flat fee of up to $2 per month thereafter.
In addition, they receive a 50 percent discount on other services, including travel insurance, insurance on furniture and the rental of mobile phones.
Airbnb is currently offering a free Wi-Fi connection at all its sites, and the company says it will also be launching an app for iPhone, Android and Windows devices.
The main advantage of renting out your home in Israel lies in the fact that Airbnb hosts are able to take advantage of local tax incentives, including a 20 percent tax discount on property taxes and a 30 percent discount for rental of apartments, according a spokesperson for Airbnb.
Airbnb hosts can also receive tax deductions, as well as a 30-percent discount on the cost of a new apartment.
Airport and transit agencies also offer discounts on Airbnb, as do apartment-rental agencies.
A spokesperson for the Ministry of Tourism in Israel said that Airbnb is providing a solution for Israeli travelers who need to rent out their homes and also those who rent out apartments, and is also providing a number of incentives for Airbnb hosts.
Airbitz, a platform for renting out rooms in Tel Aviv, offers a number or options, including the option to reserve a room for one night or three nights at a discounted rate of up, according its website.
The company offers an additional booking option for hosts who have more than two rooms available for rent.
Airbnbs, another option for hotel bookings in Israel in the aftermath of the global economic crisis in 2008, has also grown significantly in popularity.
The service, which offers hotel rooms in Israel for a nominal fee of about two dollars, has attracted some 20,000 users in the past three years, according Airbnb.
The company offers its rooms for rent at a price of about six dollars a night, which translates to around $600 per night for the entire hostel.
Airbnb also offers a 30% discount on Airbnb rental fees, as of August.
Airbnbs offers an easy-to-use booking system, which includes the ability to book rooms, rent out rooms, pay monthly rent and cancel a booking.
The platform allows hosts to book their rooms for a short period of time, as long as they stay with a specific host.
A host can cancel a reservation in one of two ways: a “no reservation” option that prohibits hosts from bookings until the reservation is filled, or a “yes reservation” that allows hosts a chance to book and book a room before the scheduled date.
For hosts who book and rent a lot of rooms, Airbnb offers a 25% discount.
Airbnb, meanwhile, also offers discounts on hotel and transit ticket prices, as listed on its website for an overnight stay in Tel-Aviv.
According to the Israel Business Federation, Airbnb’s popularity is largely due to its high turnover rate.
According to the website of the Israel Chamber of Commerce, Airbnb accounted for a whopping 25% of the sector’s total revenues in 2014, with more people paying for a booking than they did paying the host.
Airbos and Airbnb’s rising popularity also has its downsides.
Some hosts have found that the increased popularity of Airbnb means that they cannot afford to pay rent, as there is no longer a guarantee of a comfortable, secure and safe environment to stay in, according one Airbnb user who is now renting out his home in the Israeli city of Eilat.
In a recent interview with The Jerusalem Times