Why become an Airbnb Host?

One of the main reasons people are using Airbnb is the flexibility – you host when your flat is empty and its yours whenever you want it back.So are youaway during the easter break or even more so during the summer? Why not count the days you will be away for and your apartment or room could quite possibly pay for your next get away!

 

  • How much can i earn? – This will depend a lot on your environment, the time of year, and what other Hosts are charging. We always recommend browsing through local listings to see what other Hosts are charging and price yourself accordingly. If you live close to a train or Tube station you will be laughing all the way to the bank as 90% of travellers will pay more for this premium advantage. Be aware that weekends and dates in Summer have a higher earning potential, whereas weekdays and summertime are likely to be quieter.

Become a Host Today and Receive £30 Account Credit

See the video below for a video tutorial

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