WELCOME TO THE SHARED ECONOMY AIRBnB is a great way to capture some spare cash for the nights you’re not using your place or if you have a spare room. Almost two years ago, I took the crazy leap into becoming an Airbnb host and hosted more 450 guests. Today I average $10,000 per month, and AIRBnB has become much more than spare cash - It’s become my primary income. In AIRBnB 101, I will reveal the good, the bad and the ugly. More importantly, the advice I will share with you will help you make the right decision moving forward. Nothing could be better. Right? OVERVIEW How lucrative is AIRBnB hosting? How AIRBnB works? What is hosting? What kind of host do you want to be? Have realistic expectations about time commitment How big of a house do I need to make money? What are the regulations in Seattle? WHY YOU BE AN AIRBnB HOST? It’s super fun. More money. More time. More freedom. Meet fascinating people from around this world. It’s the best of global travel - under your roof. Learn awesome customer service DOING THE MATH How much money will you earn as an AIRBnB host? What’s your hourly rate as an AIRBnB host? How much to charge? MOVING FORWARD How to Become an Airbnb Host? What is the Bottom Line? Discuss overview of AIRBnB 102 - moving forward.
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