While turning your unused space into a way to generate income may sound appealing, actually getting started can feel overwhelming. Many people are interested in getting started with Airbnb, but they are not sure who to go about listing their property. If you are new to Airbnb or curious to learn more about the process of listing your home on Airbnb, we have you covered.
Most of the time, you don’t have to worry about guests asking for a refund. However, unfortunate events can happen. So, how do you deal with guest refunds for your Airbnb property? This guide will help you understand how to deal with refunds, while also protecting your Airbnb business.
Airbnb has recently confirmed that cleanliness is one of the highest standards that hosts should meet. Low cleanliness scores can result in penalties on their booking system. Here are BnB Hosts’ recommendations for automating your short-term rental property cleaning.
Short-term property rentals are exploding in popularity, with many people cashing in. But is it better than long term rentals? While both options have their own advantages and disadvantages, in today’s fast-paced world, one is the clear winner – especially if your goal is to earn more revenue.
In the business world, you will always hear the saying that communication is key. As an Airbnb host, it starts even before the guest has booked. The moment you pick up the phone (or send an email) to answer certain enquiries, you should be ready.
The great thing about Airbnb hosting is that rentals typically go smoothly. The process, in general, is simple and less problematic than other types of accommodation. However, just like other businesses, it is not always rainbows and butterflies when you rent out your home to other individuals.
According to the old adage, everyone makes mistakes, including Airbnb hosts. Unfortunately, these mistakes can be costly and can lead to problems. However, there are some errors that can make you look like a total newbie.