Jack is a digital nomad who has been traveling the world and staying in various Airbnb properties for the past 7 years. He has a keen eye for what makes a great guest experience and enjoys sharing his insights with aspiring Superhosts. Jack is also a freelance writer and photographer.
Hey there! Managing co-hosts on your Airbnb listing can be a game-changer when it comes to maximizing your profits and providing exceptional guest experiences. Luckily, Airbnb has made it super easy to add co-hosts to your listing. Here's how you can do it:
1. Log in to your Airbnb account and go to your hosting dashboard. From there, select the listing you want to manage co-hosts for.
2. On the left-hand side of the screen, you'll see a menu. Click on "Co-hosts" to access the co-host management page.
3. Now, you have two options: you can either invite someone to become a co-host or accept an invitation to become a co-host for someone else's listing. Let's focus on the first option for now.
4. To invite someone as a co-host, click on the "Invite a Co-host" button. You'll be prompted to enter the email address of the person you want to invite. Make sure you choose someone you trust and who shares your commitment to providing an exceptional guest experience.
5. Once you've entered the email address, Airbnb will send an invitation to the person. They'll need to accept the invitation and create an Airbnb account if they don't already have one.
6. Once your co-host has accepted the invitation, they'll have access to your listing and can help you manage it. They'll be able to respond to guest inquiries, handle check-ins and check-outs, and even manage the calendar and pricing.
7. It's important to establish clear communication and expectations with your co-host. Discuss how you want to divide responsibilities and make sure you're on the same page when it comes to guest communication, house rules, and any other important details.
8. Remember, as the primary host, you'll still have full control over your listing. You can revoke a co-host's access at any time if needed.
Adding a co-host to your Airbnb listing can be a game-changer for your hosting journey. It allows you to share the workload, tap into their expertise, and ultimately provide an even better experience for your guests. So don't hesitate to explore this option and see how it can help you become an Airbnb Superhost!
Pro tip: When choosing a co-host, consider someone with experience in hospitality or property management. This can greatly enhance your ability to provide exceptional guest experiences and manage your listing efficiently.
Remember: To become an Airbnb Superhost, you need to meet certain requirements, such as maintaining a high overall rating, a high response rate, and a low cancellation rate. Having a reliable and competent co-host can help you meet these requirements and increase your chances of becoming a Superhost.
So go ahead and invite a co-host to join your hosting journey. Together, you can take your Airbnb listing to new heights and create unforgettable experiences for your guests. Happy hosting!