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In July 2012 I decided to list my apartment in Amsterdam on Airbnb. After a few months of experimenting, screwing up, learning and focussing on how to optimize my listing, I was able to travel full time living off the income I made on Airbnb. I now help new Airbnb hosts avoid the pitfalls, create outstanding guest experiences and generate an income from their spare room or house, while keeping things safe. Sign-up for my newsletter now and receive a three-part email training course!

LATEST FROM THE BLOG

May 17, 2018
How to Create Additional Revenue From Your Airbnb Hosting Business

How to Create Additional Revenue From Your Airbnb Hosting Business

The amount of income you generate from your Airbnb business is highly dependent on how you manage your listing. You need to have a high-quality listing, […]
November 15, 2017
negative airbnb review

How to Write a Negative Airbnb Review for Your Guests

Should you ever write a negative Airbnb review for your guests? Honesty dictates you should, but could it hurt your Airbnb business? No, it doesn't. Find out why.
November 1, 2017
Airbnb liability insurance

Airbnb Liability Insurance: What Every Host Should Know

Most hosts do not have Airbnb liability insurance. It’s one of those things that get overlooked. Truth be told, I’ve never had it either. It’s boring, […]

LATEST FROM THE PODCAST

May 16, 2018
Airbnb News Updates

Ep239: Airbnb News Updates

In this news episode I chat with the one and only David Jacoby, president and co-founder of Hostfully. We discuss the topics related to Airbnb that […]
May 2, 2018
Airbnb Investment Puerto Rico

Ep238: Airbnb Investment Opportunities in Puerto Rico

Today’s episode is a special one in many ways, it’s the first episode of Get Paid For Your Pad that I recorded live with multiple guests, […]
April 9, 2018
EP237 How to Minimise Your Airbnb Taxes with Miguel Centeno

Ep237: How to Minimise Your Airbnb Taxes with Miguel Centeno

It’s that time of the year again, at least for US Airbnb hosts. The tax deadline in 2018 is April 17th. The good news is, if […]

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