Why Pittsburgh is The Best City for Airbnb

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We might be a little biased, but Pittsburgh is the place to be. Considering that The Huffington Post refers to the burgh as the “Coolest American City You Haven’t Been to.” and since 2000, has topped Forbes’ list six times for being the most livable city.

Pittsburgh Airbnb Rentals

If someone wants to move to Pittsburgh permanently, we are more than aware of the many buying and renting options available. The Pittsburgh real estate is growing in notoriety, and in more ways than one. Specifically, the short term rental market, and most popularly, the Pittsburgh Airbnb market.

Benefits to Consider

The reality is that the Pittsburgh short-term rental market is smaller than other cities. Like our economy at large, the market is up and growing, and quickly at that. Newcomers can visit Pittsburgh and stay at an Airbnb for a fraction of the cost of some of the nearby hotels.

Customize Your Stay

Maybe you’re coming to the city for a Steelers game, and need a home base close to Heinz Field. Maybe you’re trying to comfortably accommodate a large group in an affordable place where you feel at home. Maybe you’re looking for a quiet getaway in a private building with historic character. The good news? There are plenty of affordable, unique options given the variety of the Pittsburgh Airbnb market.

Feeling at Home

One of the best parts of an Airbnb experience is visiting a new place, but also getting to stay in the comfort of a real home. There is no need to choose between affordability and comfort – the combination of the two is exactly what most vacations require to be truly successful. The beauty of Pittsburgh in general, and especially Pittsburgh Airbnb options is that you can temporarily live in the “most livable” city, experiencing it from the home of a true Yinzer.

It’s important to have options, especially when trying to plan a trip to a new place. Thankfully, there are options aplenty. And who knows? Maybe you’ll visit and love the city just enough to consider moving here.

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