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Stay (Just a Little Bit Longer): Short-term Rentals and the Return of Leisure Travel

November 1, 2022 32 Minute Listen

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The pandemic brought leisure travel to a near-standstill, but short-term rental demand proved resilient. AirDNA’s Scott Shatford and Jamie Lane and CBRE’s Rachael Rothman explain the sector’s efforts to improve data collection and insight and how short-term rentals appeal to visitors.

Stay (Just a Little Bit Longer): Short-term Rentals and the Return of Leisu...

November 1, 2022 32 Minute Listen

Guests

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Jamie Lane

Vice President of Research, AirDNA

Jamie Lane is Vice President of Research for AirDNA, a short-term rental data & analytics company. He is responsible for data analysis, thought leadership and leveraging advanced analytical techniques to provide new insights into short-term rental supply, demand and pricing trends. He has been published in academic and professional journals and regularly speaks at lodging industry forums. Jamie previously led research, forecasting and data intelligence related to the hospitality sector at CBRE.

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Rachael Rothman

Head of Hotels Research & Data Analytics

As CBRE’s Head of Hotels Research & Data Analysis, Rachael Rothman, CFA is responsible for data analysis, thought leadership, and leveraging CBRE’s proprietary data and best in class brokerage and capital markets expertise to help hotel owners, brands, and management companies maximize profits while minimizing risks.

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Scott Shatford

Board Director, AirDNA

Scott is an Airbnb pro, author, vocal advocate and industry expert in short-term vacation rentals. Utilizing his 15 years of experience as a data analyst, Scott created AirDNA to empower entrepreneurs to make the most of the short-term rental market and recently sold the company to private equity firm Alpine Investors. Scott remains with AirDNA as board director.

Host

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Spencer Levy

Global Client Strategist & Senior Economic Advisor, CBRE

Spencer Levy is Global Client Strategist and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE, the largest commercial real estate services firm in the world. In this role, he focuses on client engagement and public-facing activities, including thought leadership work performed in conjunction with CBRE Research. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Real Estate Roundtable’s Research Committee.

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