8 Ways You Can Increase Your Airbnb Host Business In UK

Posted by Juwan Hashin on November 10, 2016 in Business |

The mere fact that you are considering expanding your Airbnb host business in the UK is an indication that you are most likely gaining good profits already. As such, it is only prudent that you expand your business regardless of what it takes to do so. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can make this happen.

  1. Know Your Competition

It’s a fact that you are in competition with numerous Airbnb hosts around you. Intrinsically, it is only sensible that you know who your competitors are, and what strategies they are employing. When you study your competitors, you are able on areas that you can improve or capitalize on.

  1. Better Your Furnishings

Being an Airbnb host is an investment. The investments you make will determine the type and number of clients you will get. The better the furnishings and amenities in your rental home, the more you’re likely to attract high end clients.

  1. Be flexible

It is important to set house rules as an Airbnb host. However, try to set clear and straightforward rules; you must balance between setting boundaries and not curtailing the liberties of your guests. To increase your business, you want more return guests and referrals, and this can only happen if you strike a fair balance.

  1. Get the Right Pricing From the Word Go

You don’t just set a pricing and expect it to apply all days and times of the year. You should understand that there are peak and off-peak seasons. This means regular checks, comparisons and updates in price variations. Your pricing should always be cognizant of this fact.

  1. Don’t Run Out On Essentials

Tissue paper, paper towels, and napkins are an essential part of being an Airbnb host. You should never run out of these things; they won’t cost you much! Some selfish hosts assume that a host should bring such along, but this is not always the case.

  1. Always Have A Spare Key

Don’t make the mistake of not having a spare key for the house. Picture yourself as a guest coming back at 2 am coming from a late night engagement or event, but have misplaced your key. The prudent thing is for the guest to always have a spare key.

  1. Ensure Privacy

If you want to increase your business as an Airbnb host, never show up unannounced when you have rented out your house. Unless it’s an urgent situation such as crime or fire, always grant your guests the privacy they so much value.

  1. Offer Amenities

Amenities such as towels, bathroom sandals, washing machines; always try to have such readily available for your guests. In fact, if guests know that they can always count on you for such, they will always come back or give positive reviews.

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