Build PASSIVE Income as a Remote Airbnb Host
What you'll learn
- Automation: What to Automate to Save Time
- How to Choose the Right Cleaner
- Inspiration for New Listings If You Don't Own Property
- Tips to Make Remote Hosting a Success
Remote Hosting is the ultimate side hustle for two reasons: the income can be sizeable (and can easily become your main source of income), and it takes very little of your time.
Remote hosting means letting other people do all the work on-site, like cleaners, handymen, and sometimes co-hosts, while you either take care of everything online, or you go further than that and hire a co-host to do this for you too. Whether you manage the online part or not, remote hosting should not take you more than one to two hours a week on average. Which leaves plenty of time for whatever you want to do!
It's all about the set up and smooth running of the day-to-day operations. This course will:
Advise what to automate in order to save as much time as possible,
Minimise the likelihood of issues happening, and when they do, how to manage them well,
Advise on what you need in a cleaner as a remote host, and what the red flags are, and
Give you tips on how to be a successful remote host.
If you don't yet have a listing, or you'd like to have more but feel limited by your means or lack of property, then I have a slide dedicated to giving you ideas for potential listings you can create without owning property.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone looking for a side hustle
- People with full or part-time jobs
- People with a listing far from home
- People who want to spend their time with their family or on other passions
I've been a full-time Airbnb host since 2016 and I have, I think, the best possible lifestyle: plenty of free time to spend time with my family and pursue other passions. I've developed experience with most types of listings, and I have a soft spot for glamping pods and off-grid accommodations.