Hello dear fellow hosts,
Here is the discussion for hosts in #Amsterdam and #Rotterdam (#Netherlands). Feel free to ask anything or suggest ideas, discussions etc.
We are looking to begin renting our home occasionally on AirBnB in Rotterdam, but most of the time we live in Brussels. Does anyone have a recommendation for a hosting service or management company to oversee rentals? Many thanks
O don't know if you're still looking for help but I've been working with Superhost Rotterdam for quite a while now and they are truly the best! I have a room in my home which i rent out and since i work fulltime they help me out with everything. Everything goes really smoothly and they are 24 hours available for calls and messages. Highly recommend.
Damir, I saw you have been involved in discussions with other hosts in Rotterdam. We are seeking to begin hosting at our house in Kralingen, but live most of the time in Belgium. Do you know of any reputable hosting services or managers? Most we found operate only in Amsterdam. Grateful for any ideas. Very kind regards, Katy
i’m happy to help you! I’m running a small business with a colleague (who also lives in Kralingen) where we help others with renting their house by airbnb. Feel free to contact me at my website www.superhostrotterdam.com.
I understand that this is an area for hosts, but I'd post this in case someone guide me to the right direction. We are planning to stay in a flat in Gouda. We found that there are restrictions over AirBnB bookings in Amsterdam. I was wondering if there are similar rules in Gouda as well, and if so, what do the guests need to look out for in the listings?
New host on Airbnb in Amsterdam. Just renting my guest room as a private room so Bed'n'breakfast. I've been looking around for the amount of income tax I will pay on my airbnb income but can't find anything. Does anyone has a %? I read somewhere that only you get taxed on 70% of that income, is that right?
We have an apartment in Delft we want to set up for airbnb. Regarding the tourist tax is it still set at 2.90€?
We have house in France where airbnb collect and pay the tourist tax. Does airbnb do the same here in Delft/Netherlands or does the host have to pay it to the Gemeente Delft?
Thanks for help with this !
Looking to set up our apartment in Delft, near the Oostpoort, as an airbnb from January 2020. For it to function we'll need to either work with a local co-host or find a local company for cleaning/laundry and check in and out.
Is anyone able to recommend a local management company or would anyone be interested in supporting as a co-host?
In addition advice on paying the tourist tax (we are registered with the local tax office) and if there is a limit on how many nights per year we can rent out the apartment?
We're now based in Edinburgh.
Thanks in advance,