Have you ever stayed the night somewhere and immediately compiled a list of things you’d do differently?
Are you interested in finding new ways of making an income by dipping your toes in the hospitality industry?
More and more travelers are checking into Airbnbs over traditional hotels, which means the demand is very high for private homeowners to open their spaces to host guests. Whether that means a quick overnight trip or a long-term stay, many people are accommodating strangers in carriage houses, barns, tiny houses, and even in their spare rooms.
This may seem like a very tempting enterprise, but there’s a lot to know and plenty to do before you post your home on Airbnb’s website.
In From Spare Room to Spare Money: Turning Your Extra Space into an Airbnb, you’ll learn the ins and outs of hosting, including some tips and tricks for host and guest success that you may never have considered. From Airbnb’s own regulations, to your building or even city regulations there’s a lot to keep in mind before you hand over the key to travelers from around the world.
This book will help you determine if your home is ideal as an Airbnb, and if so, what to do to list your space and prepare for your first guests. If you’ve been wondering how to turn your home into a money-making rental space, click above to purchase (From Spare Room to Spare Money: Turning Your Extra Space into an Airbnb. $0.99 on Kindle.