2018 was Airbnb’s busiest year and 2019 is set to be even bigger. There has never been a better time to become a host on a network that is growing so fast and becoming more and more common in the modern traveler’s life. London is one of the most sought after cities in the world and with Your AirHost, London’s favourite Airbnb management service, it’s never been easier to be part of the movement. The only time you need to lift a finger, is checking your bank account at the end of the month. Sounds good right?
Not convinced? Carry on reading and see for yourself.
Why use Airbnb?
With 60,979 (and counting) live listings in London on Airbnb, and an average daily rate of £140 per night there is a lot of money being paid out everyday to property hosts. The short term rental market is getting growing year on year and showing property owners on average 40% more than the traditional long term marketplace. The number of properties booked in London has increased be nearly 45% in the last year. There has never been a better time to benefit from a short term rental.
How often do I need to Airbnb my home?
One of the greatest advantages of this market is the complete flexibility. If you’re just heading away for a few weeks in the summer, perhaps you travel frequently or you’re waiting to sell or rent your home in the long term marketplace; Airbnb is a fantastic way of making a little extra money from an otherwise empty space.
How do I know who I am letting into my home?
This can be a major worry for many people considering home sharing. So to give you complete peace of mind Your AirHost will screen and vet each of your potential guests. A deposit is taken just incase of any minor accidents and to make sure you are fully covered, Your AirHost offer full insurance specially designed for home sharing. And if that’s not enough; every guest can be personally greeted on check-in to your home and their ID’s checked, giving full peace of mind for when you arrive home.
How much could I earn?
Every home is unique but during the high seasons Airbnb hosts can be bringing in 100% more per month than a traditional long term rental. Research shows an average London home is rented for £140 per night and on an average 26 night occupancy, home owners are bringing in £3640 a month.
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Source data: airdna.co