We Made $7,000-$10,000/Mo. Hosting on AirBnB | Our Tips for Successful AirBnB Hosting

Hosting on Airbnb – We Made $7,000-$10,000/Mo. Hosting on AirBnB | Our Tips for Successful AirBnB Hosting

We Made $7,000-$10,000/Mo. Hosting on AirBnB | Our Tips for Successful AirBnB Hosting

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  1. California and many local cities have declared war on AirBNB. I live in San Diego at the beach. Don’t even thing about AIrBNB. Even the candidates currently running for mayor and City Attorney have made known their negative stance. Are you still running AirBNBs in San Francisco?

  2. Which automated locks did you go with ? With have security doors on ours ,so that fresh air can come in but still feel safe . Which leads me to second question door out side and in door -two locks . Trying to figure out a solution there

  3. It would be nice if Airbnb would align with all the major tourisms actors and remove their fees if the trip is cancelled. It is definitely quite unfair to keep the money of a deal that just couldn't go through. So far, Airbnb is not moving anywhere near such a measure. Is money the only thing they understand? It had to come from the U.S.A. for sure…

  4. Thank you so much for your video! Love them. I want to use your channel to recommend some good short rental investment. We want to get more investors to invest in a building landmark (215 Piedmont Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA) for short rental.   This is one of the 2 buildings in Downtown Atlanta that has no rental restrictions and the price is still low right now ($130K-$150K) and the rental potential can be over $3000-4000/month. Long term rental is about $1500-$1800.

  5. My plan is to buy a cabin on a lake, I found one for 200K. And checking nearby AIRBNBs I think I can price it at 150/night, plus cleaning fee and be competitively priced. The only drawback is it's a four hour drive, so I will have to use a local cleaning service. If I develop a good relationship with a small company, and expand to several cabins I think I can make this work. As my Grandpappy would say…. there is only one way to find out!

  6. Horrible customer service! Airbnb Super Host get no help! SUcks that knowledge is monopolized! or else Airbnb 2 would have been created! Today someone tried booking our home for a week! Airbnb blocked the calendar but they don't have money to pay! On my desktop computer, their website says Payment pending
    The guest must complete their payment within 1 hour to confirm this reservation its been one hour and I communicated with the guest but he doesn't respond! Airbnb ignores my messages and says on the phone many different things like unblock it your self and we will unblock the calendar for you and nope sorry you have to speak to a case manager! WTF! AIRBNB is linked to VRBO calendar they blocked both calendars! I CANT MAKE NO MONEY AND PAY MY BILLS! LIKE BRIAN SAYS I HAVE TO STARE IN THE ABYST!xcz

  7. Hi, my name is Romeo I’m 20 years old I just wanted to ask a few questions if you don’t mind. I’m extremely interested in doing this and real estate in a few years once I have enough money saved. I just want to get as kuch knowledge and advice as I can. My two questions are, How much money would you recommend to saved before you rent or buy your first property, to use for Airbnb? Also, did you guys clean your first properties yourselves or did you hire a cleaning crew right away?

  8. Sorry(in advance)for being negative, but, personally, I would never even think of renting my house to a total…stranger. Very…risky. Conversely, nor would I want to rent someone's place. To each their own, but…not for me. Especially…during these times!

  9. Question for anyone who knows the answer. Being that your Air BnB is a property you own and it would then be your business investment, could you use it as a tax write off as far as the material you buy for the place? Like could you keep receipts for furniture, kitchen supplies, etc… and use it for taxes? Sorry if this is a dumb question

  10. Where do you guys have your Airbnb’s? How did you guys get started and how difficult was learning to set up an LLC, EIN, Permits for short term rentals? And also, what did you wish you had known before starting your Airbnb Business?

  11. Making money isn't hard per say. At least it's not entirely complex in concept. Do something that someone needs and is willing to pay for.

    I just started Airbnb hosting at 23 and I think over the years that I'll eventually build up a few listings where I can quite my day job and work predominantly from home.

    I want to homestead eventually. So Airbnbs sound like an ideal solution to producing at least a moderate income to allow me to accomplish that.

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