Airbnb is about to make the transition from a rental company to an online company.
As part of the company’s move to become a company owned by its users, Airbnb is expected to release a new app this fall that will allow users to rent out their homes as part of an Airbnb-like business model.
The new app will allow guests to rent and share their space to other guests.
It will also allow hosts to post ad space and make money on ad sales, and it will let guests rate and review the hosts they have stayed with.
Airbnb is a huge success, and has grown from just one company in the US to one of the most successful companies in the world.
But Airbnb has faced challenges in the past.
In March, a lawsuit filed by Airbnb and the California Fair Housing Coalition alleged that the company violated federal law when it failed to properly warn hosts and customers that they were breaking federal law by using its app to book rooms and share spaces with other guests in violation of the Fair Housing Act.
Airbnb did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
While Airbnb is expanding into new markets, it also has faced a backlash from users who say it is not as welcoming to guests who have health problems, and people who feel unsafe at its properties.
Last month, the company removed its guest list from a popular website, Airbnb, and said that it would begin removing such lists as it began making the transition to an open platform.
Airbnb said it would also “remove links from our platform from people we do not know, unless they have been a direct contributor to our platform for more than a year, have verified their health status through a medical professional, and have agreed to take a medical test.”