Airbnb has asked for cooperation from European regulators, following a wide range of issues for the home sharing start-up which includes taxes and renting laws in the region.
The latest issue for Airbnb came when authorities in the German capital of Berlin passed a law that banned people from putting entire houses up for rent on home sharing sites. Instead, they could only rent a room in the house.
Regulators fear that home sharing sites could cause people to buy second homes, causing a housing shortage and driving up rents.
Speaking at the Start-up Fest conference in Amsterdam on Tuesday, Airbnb co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk said he expects this issue to be resolved over time.