Aribnb's 'party house' problem could spoil its public listing. Here's why its new rules to stop the rowdy blowouts might not even work.
Add one more "risk factor" to the upcoming prospectus Airbnb will release when it makes its stock market debut next year: Party houses.
The home-sharing service has built a booming business by making it easy for anyone to rent their homes to vacationers or business travellers looking for an alternative to a hotel. But the instant and easy access to homes has also caught the notice of teens and others looking for place to throw wild parties.