This follows the company’s recent policy change, which stipulated that Airbnb hosts in Paris would be limited to renting their homes out for a maximum of four months out of the year. In terms of how it works, well, any contract that has been signed with a Century 21 property is eligible for one of Airbnb’s new sublet leases, which provides a set revenue share between the landlord, tenant, and agency. This works out at 70 percent for the tenant, 23 percent for the owner, and 7 percent for Century 21. So the process automatically requires the owner’s permission, which is why Airbnb is calling this a “win-win” deal. Tenants can disappear for a few months safe in the knowledge that their rent is covered, while their landlord is kept happy with the promise of potentially higher earnings. Get the full story at VentureBeat