CoHostMarket is an online sharing platform that allows Airbnb rental owners to hire a professional co-host to oversee the day-to-day management of their property. The services that a co-host can enact are numerous and may include the complete management of the Airbnb listing, guests welcoming, cleaning services, etc. It is therefore the perfect solution if you wish to delegate a part of your activities while retaining a large share of income.
As a host, our platform will allow you to find a qualified manager whose skills have been previously verified by our team. In addition, if you have multiple rental homes, the basic idea is to provide a valuable and priceless peace of mind when you go away. As a co-host, our platform will allow you to find potential new customers in your area which is an easy and simple way to increase your monthly income while giving you the chance to meet many travelers from all over the world.
At this moment, it is 100% FREE for house owners to find co-host and the other way around is also free. As our rates will increase very soon, we recommend that you register online now to benefit from our launch offer.
For now, the easiest thing to do is to create an account on CoHostMarket to make yourself visible to all owners in your area.
By doing so, an owner will be able to get in touch with you quickly if your services are requested.
No it's not necessary. However, if you are already a Superhost on Airbnb, it is naturally relevant to mention it on your profile to highlight your skills as a locative asset administrator.
We are currently working on the beta version 2.0 of our website which will be available at the end of June 2019. This new version will allow house owners to transfer monthly fees to their co-host directly. Several payment methods will be available including:
· Credit card (Visa / Mastercard)
· Debit card
· Payonner (Same payment used by Airbnb)
Absolutely. Once your profile is created, you will be able to add different types of packages to customize your services and to make it more attractive to homeowners. However, all service packages will be validated by our team for legal reasons as we wish to protect both parties.
All users of our platform, whether they are owner or co-host, will be held responsible for their actions. However, in the beta version 2.0 of our website which will be available at the end of June 2019, we will implement an arbitration system to simplify conflict resolution.
Absolutely. Our platform is aimed at all owners of rental homes worldwide and co-hosts from all countries with no discrimination based on the country of origin.
Homeowners and co-hosts are free to use the payment method they preferred as it was negotiated by both parties.
We are also providing the option for home owners to pay their co-host directly using their CoHostMarket account. Once the money has been credited to their account, it will then be possible for the co-host to request a money transfer. The payment will be made directly to Bank account (USA only) but also Paypal account or Payonner account.
Words speak for themselves and it is up to both parties to clarify this financial agreement. However, a sales-based commission is likely to be much more rewarding and motivating for a co-host. This is something you must take into consideration if you’re planning on growing your Airbnb business. On the other hand, a fixed-price deal will bring greater income stability to the co-host and the cost management are going to be much easier for the homeowner to budget. The decision is yours!
Absolutely, but the final decision is always up to you. You are free to accept (or not) a service request from an owner at any time. There are several reasons that can lead to this type of denial from a co-host and we totally trust our member to handle this type of question. In addition, never forget that you are always free to abandon the management of a particular home in case of an issue with its owner.
Our platform will allow you to get in touch with an owner, but the decision to accept or not an offer is yours entirely. Once the services offer and the remuneration are established by both parties, you will simply have to accept the offer on CoHostMarket in order to start your management mandate.
CoHostMarket offer 3 different types of co-hosting membership:
# 1 – BASIC - (Free)
This a slow submission and it can take up to 30 days for your profile to show up in a search result.
# 2 – PREMIUM
This plan will cost you $49 per month and your listing will show up in 48 hours.
# 3 – PRO
At $149/per year, this membership includes a fast approval process 24H
More details about our subscription VIEW OUR SUBSCRIPTION PLAN
There are several reasons that can explain this situation. It is possible that no apartment is available for rent in your area, for example. If it’s the case, we recommended being patient and checking on a regular basis if new properties are listed. In addition, it is always worthwhile to make sure that your profile is as complete as possible.
An interesting introduction and a winning description of your skills will greatly increase your chances. Finally, it is always a good idea to add a photo to your profile as it is important to know who we are dealing with especially when hiring a manager who will take care of your place.
We recommend that you check for new listings on a regular basis in your area on CoHostMarket. First come, first served is the key to success and this is also the case on our platform. The way you present yourself as a manager is also very important. Always give a professional image and pay attention to the quality of your English when writing at any time.
Our goal is to protect both owners and co-hosts and to secure all the relationships between our members. This verification also fulfills a legal role in the event of a dispute between an owner and his co-host.
This is why a passport or driving license photocopy is mandatory to open an account on CoHostMarket. In addition, each Airbnb profile as well as the phone number of each member will be validated by our team to make sure they meet our security requirement
Technically you can, but it is unlikely that a landlord will trust you if you do not live in the same country as his Airbnb apartment. Being physically on the spot in case of problems, to take care of the guests or the maintenance of the property is obviously very important.
But you will still capable to offer any sort of online support such as updating calenedar and pricing, communicate with guest, respond to booking request, creating new listing or even optimize them and much more...