I currently live in New York and have been a co-host for 3 years. I will be moving to New Orleans in January 2018. I would like to add my name for consideration to become a co-host for another AirBnb host in New Orleans. Is there a list that I can add my name to as a co-host?
I was invited to join the co-host registry in my city, @H--Alan0, so I think the process is Air BNB identifying hosts with good host records and stats and sending an invitation. Don't think there is a way to "throw your hat in the ring". Are you a host as well?
Nice to meet you.
You could also see if there are any hosts in your area looking for a co-host via the Airbnb Co-hosting page.
I hope you find someone suitable. 🙂
I went to the Airbnb Co-Hosting page but did not see a place that tells me if hosts in the area are looking for co-hosts. It seemed to be a page for information on co-hosting and signing up. Did I miss something?
@Wayne9 As I mentioned in my previous post, apparently Air BNB invites hosts to register as a potential co-host. How do you know that this option is available in your area? I noticed that on my task bar I see "need a host" when this option came to my area. Do you have that?
I know you posted this a while ago, but did you have any luck? It seems that they have removed the feature that lets hosts request co-hosts from an available pool via airbnb. If you have had any luck, and are presently co-hosting in New Orleans, I need your help. City Council is voting to pass a $1000 permitting fee for operators (co-hosts) that manage more than 1 property. I need to round up 3 other co-hosts like myself that independently manage around 5-15 airbnbs, to meet with District D Council, to explain that $1000 is not feasible for people like us (presumably). Hopefully this message reaches you in time, as they are voting to pass the law on August 8th.