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Let’s say you really enjoy renting your own property on Airbnb, and you’ve discovered that you’re quite good at it. It would be awesome to expand your portfolio and become a full-time property manager… But without the capital to guarantee property owners a set income, it can be difficult to talk landlords into letting you list their property on Airbnb. Enter Rented.com.

Harvard graduate Andrew McConnell is the CEO of Rented, a marketplace that connects property owners with a network of 1,000 short-term rental managers all over the world. Through its dedicated rental capital fund, the platform takes on the financial commitment for property managers, providing landlords with guaranteed income as their corporate tenant. Rented currently retains $100M worth of leases in 60 countries on six continents.

Today Andrew explains the premise behind the platform, discussing how an ambitious Airbnb host might leverage the capital provided by Rented to scale a property management business. He shares the benefits of the Rented marketplace for property owners and property managers alike, offering insight into the company’s win-win philosophy. Listen in and learn how to register as a property manager on the platform and increase your conversion rate by as much as 5X!

Topics Covered

The premise behind Rented

  • Connect property owners with short-term rental managers
  • Dedicated rental capital fund guarantees income to owner

The benefits of Rented for property managers

  • Grow portfolio faster, easier
  • Rented assumes financial commitment
  • 3-5X conversion rate
  • Manage on commission

The benefits of Rented for property owners

  • Guaranteed income
  • Less work on your part
  • Well maintained home

Rented’s contract duration

  • 3-month minimum
  • 98% at least one year
  • Up to ten years

The Rented business philosophy

  • Transactions only happen when all three parties better off

How property managers can sign up

  • Visit the website to register
  • Paired with account manager

What happens if short-term rental regulations change

  • Contract is void if new laws limit, prevent short-term rental

Connect with Andrew

Rented

Email admin@rented.com

Resources

The Rented Report 2018

‘Airbnbusiness’ in Curbed

Connect with Jasper

Email: jasper@getpaidforyourpad.com

Twitter: @GetPaidForUrPad

Instagram: @GetPaidForYourPad 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/getpaidforyourpad

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February 26, 2018

EP231: How to Expand Your Airbnb Portfolio with Rented.com

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February 23, 2018

EP230: This Week in the World of Airbnb

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February 19, 2018

EP229: How to Manage Multiple Airbnb Listings

If you’re thinking about taking your Airbnb business to the next level and evolving to manage multiple listings, there are a number of factors to consider. […]
February 16, 2018

EP228: This Week in the World of Airbnb

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February 12, 2018

EP227: Airbnb Tips from an Austin Superhost

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February 9, 2018

EP226: This Week in the World of Airbnb

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February 5, 2018

EP225: Interior Design Tips for Airbnb Hosts

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February 2, 2018

EP224: This Week in the World of Airbnb

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January 29, 2018

EP223: The Bee Token: Decentralized Home Sharing Network

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January 26, 2018

EP222: This Week in the World of Airbnb

Abracadabra! Last week, thousands of San Francisco Airbnb listings performed a disappearing act. Hosts who failed to register with the city have been removed from the […]
January 22, 2018

EP221: Manage Your Airbnb Listings on Your Mobile Phone with Your Porter App

Most people choose professional short-term rental hosting for the freedom—to work when and where you please, on your own terms. But that freedom is limited somewhat […]
January 19, 2018

EP220: This Week in the World of Airbnb

The Airbnb brand is all about inclusiveness, and its mission statement around ‘belonging anywhere’ gave CEO Brian Chesky the perfect opportunity to speak out on Twitter […]