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Kentucky Airbnb hosts made how much this year?


That guest count represents growth of 103 percent, compared to last year, the release said. There are now just under 3,500 Kentucky hosts who share their homes via Airbnb, typically earning about $4,900 annually in supplemental income. Louisville is ...


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