If you want to start a short term rental, you need to know how to prepare properties. This can be difficult if it’s your first time. Here are some tips on how to get started:
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We know that the most important aspect of being a guest is to feel comfortable and at home. Prowess Property works hard to make sure that the guests are happy with your property and that it meets all the guest’s expectations during their stay. In this article, we are discussing about the points on how […]
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Airbnb has experienced upward growth over the past eight years. There are currently over 2.5 million rentals in 191 countries, and as we have grown, we have seen many different types of hosts and offerings made available on our platform.
Generating month-to-month bookings is an accomplishment that every Airbnb hosts dreams to have. Let’s say you have the resources with you: a furnished property, full amenities, a great location, and a platform where you can expose your listing to all users out there. But how do you survive low seasons where inquiries are scarce?
The birth of the home-sharing industry has brought business-minded people in unison to earn a handsome amount of profit monthly. For this example, Airbnb has allowed property and homeowners to get on their feet and start a short-term renting investment. It may have its pros and cons, but one thing’s for sure it still thrives for both travellers and hosts.
Short-term renting can be a tedious task at times. You can control the number of Airbnb bookings you can accommodate but you have no control over the circumstances that might crop up during their stay. And it is vital to keep yourself updated with the current practices that other hosts put into action as you can get inspiration from them – you can even benefit from it.
Home-sharing platforms such as Airbnb are widely recognized in highly urbanized cities where short-term rentals sprout and flourish. It provides an avenue for people who wish to stay in a home-like environment with much-needed expanse and privacy. But what if a condo board or landlord governs the space you’re renting out? Much more: how would you introduce Airbnb to them?