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New Zealand’s capital city has become a hotbed for Airbnb rentals, with many of the world’s most expensive houses priced out of the city.

But for a range of reasons, including the fact Aucklanders are often forced to move out of their own homes due to housing costs, a growing number of people are turning to the service for a cheap place to stay.

The New Zealand Landlord and Tenant Board (NZLTB) said it was aware of the increase in Airbnb rentals in Auckland and said it would investigate further to find out why the numbers had increased.

“We have identified a significant increase in the number of Airbnb rentals occurring in Auckland,” NZLTB chair Deborah Davies said.

“We believe this increase has a number of factors in common.

In a statement, Auckland’s Landlord & Tenant board said it had been working closely with the local property association to address issues surrounding Airbnb rentals. “

Airbnb is a great way to get a quick rent, but we also need to make sure we provide the rental services we can.”

In a statement, Auckland’s Landlord & Tenant board said it had been working closely with the local property association to address issues surrounding Airbnb rentals.

Airbnb has been criticised for its lack of a guarantee of the safety of the accommodation.

The board said the Auckland rental market had been in a “very volatile and uncertain state” for some time and was “increasingly crowded” with people moving to Auckland.

However, it added that the Auckland market had become “a hotbed of housing demand and demand for apartments” and it was working to ensure that “we’re providing a safe environment for people to stay in Auckland”.

It said it welcomed “the increasing number” of Airbnb hosts in Auckland, but said it could not guarantee the safety or affordability of the premises.

NZLTFB chair Deborah Jones said she had been “very concerned about the rental properties we’ve been seeing, and have been in contact with local authorities to make them aware of this issue”.

“The board is not seeking to restrict the ability of people to rent their properties, but rather, to ensure they have access to the accommodation they need and feel safe,” she said.

In some cases, the board said, Airbnb hosts were providing accommodation for people who were not properly registered, and in some cases were refusing to provide accommodation for a period of time.

New Zealanders living in New Zealand are not eligible for the Housing Benefit, and rent is a primary source of income for most people, the NZLTFA said.