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Sure, they get noise complaints, but the AirBNB money goes toward a good cause:

“As you can see my house kind of screams party,” he tells Washingtonian in a phone interview. “Even though I had all these restrictions and warnings, people end up breaking the rules. There was a church group coming in that wound up being a massive DJ party for 220 people.”

Between group lodging and events, Jefferies estimates his house is rented as many as 15 nights a month. He says he uses the proceeds to fund Mission: Results, an international relief organization he founded after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that now focuses on helping Haiti recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake. Jefferies started listing the house on Airbnb and other sites like HomeAway and FlipKey in late 2011 after realizing his frequent charitable trips left his house empty for weeks at a time.

05082015-airbnb-1-thumb-995xauto-91033via Washingtonian