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Having extra help with hosting can sometimes be fundamental to offer an excellent service. This is where a Co-host could play a very important role for Hosts. Delegating activities such as check-in, check-out, cleaning or responding to guest messages could be some of the tasks you as a Host could pass on to your Co-host.
I have seen conversations regarding Co-hosting, with topics varying from those looking for Co-hosting services to discussions about how much commission one should pay to their Co-hosts, and even how Hosts manage their Co-hosts.
Do you have a Co-host for your listing(s), or are you a Co-host yourself? Have you considered using one (or multiple) on a temporary basis?
I look forward to reading your replies!
I run 5 rooms in a single house. It's a co-living house method. One of the rooms is operated with a general monthly rent, and I would like to ask the tenant to do small things such as cleaning the shared kitchen, cleaning the shared living room, and checking in while discounting the monthly rent. Can this method be considered co-hosting?
That's great to hear @Arlene1244. Does your co-host help with other tasks as well? 👀
Hi @Татьяна156, thanks for your reply! How long have you had a Co-host for? 🙂
I do have a co-host. But it's a bit of a cheat. It's my daughter and she lives on the bottom floor of our "under-over" duplex. Knowing someone is on site 24-7 has been helpful for keeping partiers away. But also, I can be out of town and know there's someone always around. (and vice versa).
Hi @Christine615! Hope you're doing well! 🙂
I remember you sharing this in one of our CC Socials! It must be lovely having your daughter as a co-host! ❤️
She's so great. One of our repeat guests early on used to bake cookies for her when they visited. She didn't have the heart to tell them she was allergic to nuts so I was the beneficiary. I live around the block so it's been fun to reset the apartment together and strategize.
She was thrilled when Airbnb asked us to film footage about how we set up and manage the space. All smiles and jokes about being the future owner (which is actually my intent.) 🙂
Glad to hear everything is working out for you! @Steve-And-Cassi0
Thanks for your reply @Lisa7779! Do you have more homes?
That amazing @Rhoda29 - as I mentioned in another post, it's great to have family and friends helping out!
Do she spend a lot of time helping you out with managing both listings?
I’m good doing it by myself with a little helb from my husband. I have just one listing whic is near to my home. So it is not too bad for now.
That sounds great @Elena3898! I'm glad to hear that you've found a good balance 🙂
Yes, I have co-host who is family member, Yes, I might need a co-host when we go on trip . I used Turno to try to get help from the cleaning person, but the cheapest price without doing bedding was $110. I have a 2 bedroom, 2 bath 800 sqft apartment unit. I only list between $110 t0 $150 and charge a clean fee $ 65. How can I pay the cleaner $110 - 150 each time?