A new study has found that Florida is the home of more Airbnb hosts than any other state.
The new study, which analyzed data from Airbnb hosts in Florida, finds that the Sunshine State leads the way for the top two states for the number of hosts.
According to the study, Airbnb hosts are found in more than two-thirds of Florida’s counties.
The state is followed by the District of Columbia, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Other top states for Airbnb hosts include Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Missouri.
Other states with large numbers of Airbnb hosts and hosts with guest status include Alabama and Texas.
The top five states for hosts with “registered” guest status are Alabama, Arkansas, Alabama, Kansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma.
“We were shocked to see the number that Florida has had with Airbnb in the last two years, and the top three,” said David Tew, executive director of the Association for Residential Airports.
“It’s clear that Airbnb is making its home in Florida.
That’s just one example of how Airbnb has made a home in the Sunshine state.”
Tew said Airbnb is a growing phenomenon that is attracting millions of visitors from around the world.
“This study shows that Florida hosts are in a class of their own,” he said.
The study, conducted by The Washington Post, was based on data from a 2015 analysis by the Center for Data Analysis at the University of Virginia.
Airbnb is one of the biggest travel companies in the world and hosts, who have the ability to advertise their location, charge a fee for listing a home, and then make a profit from the listing.
The company has faced criticism for allowing its hosts to advertise in the United States, which is illegal under international law.
The researchers also analyzed Airbnb’s business model.
The study found that hosts can earn money by advertising their properties on the website and charging a flat rate for listings.
This allows hosts to make money while allowing them to advertise for the site and advertise their properties in other countries.
But this method of income is illegal in the U.S. Airbnb has argued that the United Kingdom’s “Fair Use” policy protects their business model by allowing the sharing of copyrighted works, and that this makes them immune to U.K. government sanctions.