Dayton, Fairborn and Yellow Springs were among the cities in the state where Airbnb hosts made the most cash this year.
The short-term rental business released new data that shows Ohio Airbnb hosts earned $29.1 million this year as of Dec. 21.
Dayton hosts made $795,000 this year, Yellow Springs hosts made $170,000 and Fairborn hosts made $124,000.
Columbus hosts made the most, reporting $6.5 million in rental income for 57,780 guests.
Airbnb reported the 260,000 guest arrivals in Ohio this year represents 96 percent year-over-year growth.
There are now over 5,000 Ohio hosts who share their homes for via Airbnb. The typical Ohio host earns about $4,800 annually in supplemental income.
Airbnb also reported tax agreements in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County generated as of June $544,000 in combined revenue in the first 12 months of those agreements.
Yellow Springs officials are implementing a 3 percent lodging tax starting Jan. 1, on hotels and other homes and rooms for short-term rent like Airbnb.
These are the top 30 cities where the Ohio hosts earned the most: