Is It Too Late To Start An Airbnb Business? Hosting in 2019



No one can argue that Airbnb has made people a lot of money. You’ve asked, is it still a good time to start an Airbnb business. Here’s my breakdown. We will …

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  1. 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…

  2. We were BLOWN AWAY by the apartment we bnb’d in Prauge…it was SO CHEAP due to strength of dollar & stunningly beautiful. ….Been hosting for a few years now & still love it but your right, regulations are starting to make it tough to do

  3. Hi I have a couple questions I hope you can answer for me please. #1 I want to start an Airbnb profit shearing business . I'd like to list Other People's Properties on my Airbnb account and manage them for a set percentage of the profits .Is this possible? #2 If so, would I be responsible for all the start up cost or could I reasonably ask the owner to share in those expenses.#3 And the most important questions how do I make the owner feel at ease, making sure I get them the lion's share of the profits in the most timely manner possible without putting them to much into how I run my business . I 'm look forward to your answer and they will be greatly, greatly , appreciated!

  4. Hey there! My friend just got her very first Airbnb unit very excited for her 🙂 and then has gotten me interested in starting as well. I am interested in knowing how to look up my state laws regarding rental arbitrage instead of reaching out to apartment by apartment

  5. For an appartment lease how is the utility Bill taken care of. Do I have to open an account at the utility company for that appartment or house. How does that work? Cable as well.

  6. Would like to host in the city of Miami (not Miami Beach), is there anything in particular that I need to know to list? From what I gathered I just need a business license and to pay the hotel tax if a guest is staying 6 months or less.

  7. if the room’s rent is $1500 a month and I set the room for $60 a month on Airbnb, I’ll need 30nights booked to make profit. But if I set over $100 a night, that will be too much. I did some research on Airbnb, the area I might be staying in the future the price is usually under $100. So I wonder if I’m doing cohost, how is that going to convince the owner?

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