We recently shared that as of August 1, 2018 we’ll no longer offer the co-hosting split payout feature. Many of you use and appreciate this feature, and we understand that this change has implications for the way that you do business as hosts. It’s always our intention to improve your experience in any way we can, and we’re sorry for the inconvenience this change will pose for you. We’d like to give you some background on why we’re making it and offer some alternatives for paying your co-hosts.
It’s important to note that we are not removing co-hosting. We’re invested in helping you succeed, and co-hosting overall has been a valuable tool for many of you. So why are we removing the split payout feature? When we added the ability to pay co-hosts through this special feature, the number of co-hosts was rather small and we built a system that handled the volume well. But in order for this feature to meet the needs of a much larger community of hosts and work seamlessly with Airbnb’s evolving platform, we would need to completely rebuild the feature so that it grows with your needs and meets our internal reliability standards. We’re not building a feature to replace this one yet, but we know it’s important to certain hosts and co-hosts and will continue to evaluate ways we can improve and grow the co-hosting program.
The good news is we’re exploring the best way to introduce a new and improved feature. We can’t give you a date yet, but will keep you informed. In the meantime, you can still pay co-hosts through the Airbnb platform by changing your Payout Preferences to split your payment with your co-host. To do this, with your co-host’s permission, enter their payout information in your Payout Preferences tab, and set the percentage you would like to share. If your co-host is not comfortable sharing their account details or ever withdraws their authorization, you can pay them outside of Airbnb through secure online payment apps, bank deposits, cash, or checks.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, and we’re grateful for each and every one of you who host and co-host—and support local businesses while you’re at it! We look forward to building a feature that will be useful to you and better meet the needs of this growing community.
The link " split your payment" is not working. Where can I find this info?
If I as a host have two different accommodations, can I have a co-host on only one of these payments?
I dont want to be paying taxes on money that I dont get..
@Christopher657 the very point of this thread is that @Airbnb discontinued support for direct payments to co-hosts, to the consternation of many. You can add their bank account information as suggested by @Jeff158 (if they are comfortable giving it to you) but the income is still attributed to you. I can't comment on Swedish tax policy. In the US we have to send the co-host a form 1099 at the end of the year reporting the income transferred from us to them.
Depends on what your arrangement is. If you split payment through Airbnb it includes the cleaning fee. So if you pay them 20% for co-hosting and you have a $100/night reservation plus $50 cleaning fee, Airbnb payouts will pay them 20% on the $150 not the $100.
I collect all the rents from all properties I manage, then at the end of the month I pay the owners out.
Just depends, I have a few owners that just pay me out through Venmo per reservation.
Full management service is 25% of the nightly rate. I charge a cleaning fee based on the size of the house and that goes to the cleaning crew on top of the 25% but you don't pay me commission on that cleaning fee.
I provide professional photography of the house
List the house on Airbnb and my website
Check in guest
Communicate with guest
Handle all complaints
Look for damages and charge guest accordingly
Supply sheets, pillow cases, towels, wash clothes and hand towels
Provide all the essentials for guest like toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags, hand soap, shampoo
These are the main services but not all I do to assist you with making your vacation home a successful rental.