Anyone have experience using Airbnb? Would you recommend it over traditional long term rentals? How involved do you have to be? What are the fees? Thanks
Winter Montgomery: If you are in an area that people visit often which it looks like you might be then Airbnb may be the ticket. At minimum you can test it out for 6 months or a year and compare it to what you could get a normal renter for. I have my people sign a two-page list of House Rules, get their ID, I let them know where the key is, I make sure the alarm is disarmed…. but I never meet them. Make sure you clean up very well before the next guest checks in and thats pretty much it.
Genevieve Rhodes: Am in Orlando fl. 15 minutes from Disney. 4/2 with a pool. No hoa. The house rents long term every year for 2200 a month. This year the tenant is leaving June 1. Was debating. But would only be worth it if I made significantly more than 2200 per month.
Winter Montgomery: Genevieve Rhodes: I dont know the area specifically but I cant imagine a better Airbnb attraction. If I were you I would at least test it out for a while.
Lennon Santos: Hi Yusuf, I wrote an article about my experience with Airbnb you can read and get some ideas – Medium.com
Airbnb hosting â€” how to crush it â€“ Lennon Santos: â€“ Medium
Genevieve Rhodes: Thank you! Will read later tonight
Myra Ferguson: We just had a new class come out on AirBnB. Premiered yesterday.
Antonio Henry: Im Queen of Airbnb message me
Winter Maldonado: Its great. You gross 2 to 3x often, and net 1.5 to 2x compared to longer term. www.innhance.com happy to take a look at your properties for you and see if its a good fit.
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