How To Pitch Landlords on Airbnb | Business How To Make A Fortune on AirBnb, Without 1 week ago   07:43

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Here's how to speak with landlords in order to find Airbnb properties you can host in. Included are the benefits of hosting a property on Airbnb.

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Ultimate English n Career
Awesome information
jonathan matta
Let's say i get the owner on board and get his approval to sublet his unit on Airbnb. What are the dangers using my name to sign the lease and subletting ? And is it worth the extra cash starting a company for my first subrental property ?
mrgif1
What is the ratio of professional property managed properties vs. individual landlord properties in your portfolio?

You say that working with individual landlords is harder but I find the opposite to be true. I'd like some elaboration in dealing specifically with professionally managed properties in general but as well in the high rise luxury properties.
chaz Gurrero
What location in the. City do I focus on? Thanks.
Snake Plisken
Great video. Would you take my two properties in theory even if they need a bit of repair/remodeling that I would pay for of course? My problem is I don't always have the time to travel to them to oversee the remodeling and I want them on AirBNB with a co-host like you as my "tennant" that is professional and understand the business...so looking for some ideas on how to get these properties online.. Btw, one is in Cape Town and one in Texas. One needs plumbing repairs. The other has a current tennant full-time but I want to have a new kitchen and bathrooms, then change that to AirBNB. Where should I start?
IKNOWALL
Hey I got it dude man your the best
David Skinner
Awesome content. Does your lease language with the landlord include the words "Airbnb"? If you've customized the leases based on this model, can you share your template?
Sharred Media
Does this work with bigger apartments?
Zachary Irwin
Whats the incentive for the home owner not to rent from air BNB them selves and cut you out?
Jim Dandy
You didn't talk about how to talk to big corporations.
Rick E
Ok I just watched this video. So my final comment is that the OWNER will have 100% of the liability for what you are doing to their property in court. The legal system in the USA in not much different from Canada. You need to consult a lawyer as this could bite you hard in the future.
Dre Ster
All they got just a couple homes LOL
DSB TV
Any references I can speak with on here?
DSB TV
Do you know of a software I can use to determine to the accuracy of bookings/rates in a specific area I'm looking to Air Bnb? To ensure if I acquired the property I can be sure it'll be booked as long as I do my part as far as furniture/maintenance
Maiza Simeon
While pitching to landlords, before the end of the conversation, do you ever bring up Airbnb? Do we have to?
TheReggiereg1
I'm doing it. I have a duplex in walking distance from Busch gardens and another duplex in a nice location
TheCasaia430
Think my landlord is still not interested and he has a sweet apt above me still needing to be rented. I’m located in Atlanta in front of the new Mercedes Benz Stadium and my apt is fully booked should I still pursue getting this property under my moms name because if not I’ll have to deal with some hard walking crazy tenant he decided to move in?! Confused because I graduate in Dec but I signed a new lease until May plan to move to California where I have two listings already not sure whether I should try to expand in his complex or California? Any suggestions
Dan Wilson
This is awesome.
Cecilia Chipen
Love this, need more advice on how to get him say "yes" to you.:-)
dustovshio
If there is a plumbing problem or a pest problem would you fix that?
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How To Make A Fortune on AirBnb, Without How To Pitch Landlords on Airbnb | Business 1 week ago   38:22

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