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As a homeowner, managing a short-term rental property such as an Airbnb can be a challenging task. This is where a Short-Term Rental (STR) property manager or an Airbnb co-host comes in.

An STR "Short-term rental"property manager is a professional who specializes in managing short-term rental properties on behalf of the homeowner. They can help with a wide range of tasks, such as guest communication, property maintenance, cleaning, and pricing optimization.

An co-host, on the other hand, is a person who works with the homeowner to manage their Airbnb listing. They can help with tasks such as managing reservations, greeting guests, and ensuring the property is cleaned and ready for the next guest.

Both of these professionals can help homeowners save time and hassle by taking care of the day-to-day tasks associated with short-term rental management. They can also help homeowners to increase their rental income by optimizing pricing and ensuring a high level of guest satisfaction.

At CoHost Market, our goal is to connect homeowners with skilled short-term rental service providers. 

Homeowners can sign up for free and search for service providers based on location and specific needs. Once homeowners find a suitable service provider, they can book an interview and pay a small commission fee of $5. During the interview, the service provider and homeowner can discuss the details of the job and determine if they are a good fit. 

Our mission is to make the process of managing short-term rentals as easy and stress-free as possible for homeowners. 

To get started, homeowners can register on the website and choose the appropriate sign-up option. If you need a service provider to help manage your property, sign up as a homeowner. If you’re a service provider looking to get hired, sign up as a service provider. 

Once you complete your profile and get verified, you can start searching the platform for the services you need.

When a homeowner schedules an interview with a service provider and pays the $5 fee, Cohost Market shares the contact information. Then, the homeowner sends a co-host request to the service provider through their Airbnb profile.

Once the request is accepted, the service provider has access to the listing details, can update the calendar, set pricing, and respond to guests. Our platform aims to make it easy and stress-free for homeowners to manage their short-term rentals by connecting them with skilled service providers.

For more information about How to add a co-host to your Airbnb account.

You can revoke a co-host’s access at any time by clicking on “Co-hosts” and selecting “Remove” next to their name.

If you're a short-term rental property owner, you understand how demanding it can be to keep up with guest communication, property management, and maintenance. However, hiring a co-host, property manager, or virtual assistant can help alleviate these responsibilities and increase your profits.

At CoHost Market, we offer a wide range of service providers who can help with tasks such as guest communication, check-in and check-out, scheduling cleaners and maintenance, updating your online listing, and more. By outsourcing these tasks, you'll have more time to focus on other important aspects of your life or business.

Most service providers charge a flat rate or percentage per reservation, so you can choose a plan that works best for you. Whether you need assistance with a single property or multiple listings, our service providers are here to help you succeed.

Hiring a co-host, property manager, or cleaning company can greatly benefit your short-term rental business. With their assistance, you can save time, reduce stress, and increase your rental income. Co-hosts can assist with guest communication, check-ins and check-outs, and scheduling of cleaners and maintenance, ensuring that your property is always clean and well-maintained.

Additionally, co-hosts bring a wealth of experience and expertise to your rental management. They can help you optimize your listing, set the right price, and offer valuable insights into local regulations and laws. With their help, you can increase your bookings, improve guest satisfaction, and ultimately maximize your rental income.

Hiring a cleaning company can also help ensure that your short-term rental is always clean and ready for the next guest. They can provide deep cleaning services between guests, ensuring that your rental property remains in excellent condition.

Overall, outsourcing tasks to a co-host, property manager, or cleaning company can make your life as a short-term rental host much easier and more profitable. By delegating tasks to skilled service providers, you can focus on other important aspects of your life or business.



Hiring a co-host for your short-term rental property has several advantages over using a real estate agency. Firstly, co-hosts are typically experienced in the management of short-term rental properties and have a keen understanding of the intricacies of the industry. They can help you optimize your listing, pricing, and availability to attract more guests and generate higher profits.

Additionally, unlike real estate agencies that may have multiple properties to manage at once, a co-host will typically only be responsible for a few properties at a time. This allows them to provide personalized attention and care to your property and your guests.

Furthermore, a co-host can handle the day-to-day tasks of managing your property, including guest communication, check-ins, cleaning, and maintenance. This is particularly important for short-term rental properties, which require frequent turnover and upkeep to maintain a high level of guest satisfaction.

Overall, hiring a co-host can provide you with peace of mind knowing that your property is in capable hands, while also helping you to maximize your earnings and guest satisfaction.

Maximizing your visibility on Airbnb is essential to maximizing your profits, but it can be a challenge to do so on your own. To achieve the best results, you'll need a service provider who can help make your listing stand out and determine the optimal nightly rates.

In addition to listing optimization, there are other ways to improve your visibility on Airbnb. For example, responding promptly to guest inquiries and providing excellent customer service can help boost your ranking in Airbnb's search results.

Through our platform, you can find experienced service providers who can assist you with listing optimization, guest communication, and more. With their expertise, you can increase your chances of receiving more bookings and earning more revenue. So why not take advantage of the resources available to you and enhance your Airbnb listing today?

Unfortunately, Airbnb has discontinued its Marketplace feature which allowed homeowners to find co-hosts in their local area. This was a helpful tool for many hosts, but it was eliminated in 2018.

However, there are alternative options available to homeowners such as CoHost Market. Our platform offers a wider range of services provided by eligible service providers. So if you're looking for a co-host or property manager for your short-term rental property, CoHost Market is here to help.

Are you interested in renting out your property on popular vacation rental platforms like Airbnb,, and Agoda? A co-host or property manager can help you prepare your space to attract guests and maximize your earnings. From setting the right price to creating a compelling listing, they can guide you through the entire process.

A professional co-host or property manager can assist with guest communication, check-in and check-out, scheduling cleaners and maintenance, updating your online listing, and more. They can also offer valuable insights into local regulations and laws, helping you avoid any potential legal issues.

Additionally, a co-host or property manager or Virtual assistant can help you optimize your listing to attract more guests and earn higher profits. They can assist with pricing strategy, property staging, and creating an outstanding guest experience.

Overall, hiring a co-host or property manager is a great way to make your vacation rental experience stress-free and profitable.

At CoHost Market, we understand that homeowners may require assistance with their short-term rental properties for a short period of time. Whether you need help while you're on vacation or away on business, we offer service providers who are available for both short-term and long-term contracts.

During the interview process, you can discuss with the service provider the length of time you require their services and come to an agreement that suits both parties.

The protective measures implemented by Airbnb cover the homeowner and their property to various degrees, and obviously, a service provider can help you manage this process if something goes wrong. It is important to note, however, that having appropriate insurance coverage besides Airbnb is also essential as their policies have limitations.

We recommend contacting our Premium and PRO users as they have been verified by our team, and we also encourage homeowners to request verification from their service provider before hiring them.

It's important to discuss this kind of situation with your service provider beforehand and to have clear communication about your expectations and concerns. Additionally, we always recommend homeowners have their own insurance coverage and not solely rely on Airbnb's liability insurance.

For more information about our platform's policies and guidelines, please refer to our terms and conditions                   

If a situation arises that needs immediate attention, a service provider can coordinate the repairs as required according to your instructions. On the other hand, if the repair can wait, they can communicate with you to ensure things are resolved as you see fit. These are essential scenario questions to ask in an interview, and it might also depend on the services you need.

At CoHostMarket, we offer a range of services that can help you manage your short-term rental property, including house repair and maintenance services, as well as outdoor cleaning companies.

We recommend contacting our Premium and PRO users and verifying your service provider before hiring them to ensure the best possible experience.

To find and hire a service provider for your short-term rental property, the first step is to create an online profile on CoHostMarket. There, you can showcase your property and outline your co-hosting or property management needs.

We recommend posting a job offer on our platform to streamline the hiring process. This is a free and easy way to reach all available service providers who match your needs. Alternatively, you can use our search bar to manually find a local service provider or virtual assistant.

Our search functionality lets you filter service providers by responsiveness, rating, budget, and more. Choose a service provider that meets your specific needs and preferences with flexibility.

Finding a service provider on CoHostMarket can vary in time depending on the type of work you need help with and the number of service providers available in your area.

If you need an online co-host, there may be more options available to you compared to someone who is looking for a local service provider. However, if you cannot find a service provider in your area, you can send us an email through our "Contact Page" and we will notify you when a new service provider registers in your area. It's also recommended to post a job offer on our platform as it can help attract service providers who are interested in working with you. The hiring process is simplified and posting a job offer is completely free.

Additionally, you can sign up for our Service Provider Notification System by providing your location and the type of services you need. This way, you'll receive a notification as soon as a service provider signs up in your local area.

Not all service providers on CoHostMarket are verified Airbnb users. While some Co-Hosts and property managers have experience working on Airbnb, others may have experience working on other short-term rental platforms or are new to the industry.

At CoHostMarket, we take the verification of our service providers seriously. Before offering their services on our platform, all service providers must undergo a thorough background check and identity verification to ensure their qualifications and experience.

We encourage our service providers to showcase their experience and qualifications on their profiles. This includes linking to their Airbnb rating and reviews if they have used the platform before. However, not all service providers use Airbnb, so we recommend evaluating a provider's experience and qualifications comprehensively.

Ultimately, it's up to homeowners to decide which service providers is the best fit for their needs. We recommend reviewing each Co-Host's profile, reviews, and qualifications carefully before making a decision. If you have any concerns or questions about a Co-Host's experience or qualifications, our team of short-term rental management experts is always available to assist you.


At CohostMarket, we strive to provide an accessible and user-friendly platform for homeowners to find and connect with service providers. Here is a detailed breakdown of the costs associated with registering as a homeowner and using our platform:

  1. Registration Fee: We are pleased to inform you that registering as a homeowner on is 100% free. We believe in offering a seamless experience to homeowners interested in utilizing our platform.

  2. Interview Scheduling Fee: If you wish to schedule an interview and access the contact information of a service provider, there is a nominal fee of $5. This fee helps cover the maintenance and support costs associated with operating our platform, ensuring a smooth and efficient experience for all users.

  3. One-Time Package: Homeowners can purchase a one-time package or flat rate, typically for online services or online consultations. The commission fee for homeowners is 12% of the service fee. The fees for these packages vary depending on the service provider and the specific package chosen.

  4. Refund Policy: We understand that sometimes plans change or service providers may not respond or accept interview requests. In such cases, the $5 interview scheduling fee will be refunded to the homeowner's wallet. Our goal is to maintain a fair and transparent process for our users.

At CohostMarket, we continuously work towards providing an excellent experience for homeowners seeking professional services. We hope this detailed FAQ clarifies any concerns or questions you may have regarding the costs associated with registering and using our platform.

To remove a Co-Host on Airbnb, follow these simple steps:

 - Log in to your Airbnb account and navigate to your hosting dashboard.

- Select the listing for which you want to remove the Co-Host.

- Click on the "Co-Hosts" tab.

-Find the Co-Host you want to remove and click on the "Remove" button next to their name.

Once you remove a Co-Host, they will no longer be able to edit your listing, manage reservations, or read or respond to messages. It's important to note that you are still responsible for any current or future reservations, including those that were accepted by the Co-Host before they were removed.

If you have any concerns or questions about removing a Co-Host on Airbnb, we recommend checking out Airbnb's support center for more detailed information. Additionally, you can reach out to Airbnb's customer support team for assistance if needed.

At CoHostMarket, we're committed to helping homeowners manage their short-term rental properties with ease. If you need any further assistance with Co-Hosts or other aspects of short-term rental management, please don't hesitate to contact our team of experts.

Here the Video Tutorial explaining the step by step to find your Airbnb Profile URL


You can also use the following steps to find your Airbnb Profile URL


  1. Login your Airbnb Account and click on Hosting in your Airbnb account
  2. On the right corner click you profile picture and then select Profile 
  3. Then copy and past your Airbnb Profile URL in form


Your Airbnb Profile URL will show same as this


NOTE: We only accept Airbnb profile which are under the same profile name as your Cohostmarket account.

Yes. Depending on the service provider that you select, they may or may not already have a system in place for adding a new property. It's important to ask questions during an interview to determine the best way for you to have a service provider manage your property. We recommend always having access to your account just in case you want to block off a date or change a price.

No. The service providers listed on our platform are not affiliated with our company, but rather offering services independently or as a company. You will notice that there's a variety of services being offered at different rates from a flat fee to a % per reservation.

Cohost Market is not affiliated with Airbnb in any way. Our website does have the option for Service Providers to link their current Airbnb profiles on our site to reflect their own hosting reviews and feedback.

We still encourage you to keep your account on CohostMarket because new service providers register daily on our platform. You can select “Subscribe” in your homeowner account to be notified when a new service provider is listed in your area.


Be sure that your profile is completely filled out with your location and information about your property.

We minimize risks by carefully screening each service provider that registers and fact checking their provided Airbnb link ( if applicable) email and encourage our service providers to verify their phone number and government I.D.


It is still your responsibility as a homeowner to ask questions prior to hiring them, which is why our interview process is so crucial.

The reimbursement amount granted to guests who cancel their reservation varies according to the cancellation policy chosen on your listing, Flexible, Moderate or Strict which you can also define in your Airbnb account. Obviously, your rental rates will also varies according to the season, occupancy rates and local events.

As a homeowner our website allows you to find and interview a variety of service providers depending on the work you need help with to run your vacation property whether it be creating a new listing, hiring a cleaning company to a virtual assistant.


Our platform allows you to search for these individuals or companies in one centralized place instead of jumping to multiple sites in search of the right person. As a Service Provider our platform allows you to advertise your skills and offerings to potential homeowners.

Signing up as a homeowner on is completely free. You can also contact any service providers available on our platform at no cost. There are some fees involved in certain situations:

  • Interview Fee: When you decide to book an interview with a service provider to obtain their contact information, there’s a $5 fee for setting up the interview.
  • One-Time Payment Package Fee: If a service provider offers a one-time package (usually for online services), you’ll be required to pay a 12% commission fee on the package price.

Aside from these scenarios, using as a homeowner is free of charge.

Email is the only required verification to have your profile approved, but we strongly suggest that our service providers verify their Government ID and Phone number as a way of increasing trust and safety.


When a service provider’s profile shows a “verified” icon it means that they have fully verified themselves through email,phone and ID.

Because our platform isn;t designed to be a free directory, but rather a member based community. You’ll first need to sign-up and create a homeowner profile account then after completing 70% of your profile, you can contact a service provider.

Contact information from a Service Provider is ONLY shared once you, the homeowner, have paid the $5 interview fee and they have accepted. Should you share your contact information in our messaging system, you’ll risk losing your account for good.

Yes and No. Once you search for service providers in your area, you’ll be able to see who is fully verified or not on the search results page.

Our $5 interview fee is non-refundable, but a credit of $5 will be issued to your homeowner account wallet after 48hrs if a service provider fails to accept or decline your request. You can use this $5 credit towards another interview with a service provider. We send out a total of 3 email notifications to a service provider about a homeowners interview request, but ultimately it lays on the service provider to check their account frequently and respond.


Service providers who have a 100% response rate on our platform are typically users who are active, so keep this in mind when selecting a service provider.

Yes-You have the option to save the Service Providers you like in the Wishlist section on your Owner account. Simply hover over the Service Providers profile you like and hit the “heart” icon.

It means that if a NEW Service Provider signs up in your area ( within “X” amount of radius) you’ll be notified. You’ll be able to select “Active” or “In-Active” in your user profile page under owner details. We usually recommend selecting “active” because each service provider who signs up offers a different skill such as cleaning or photography.

Yes-All homeowners and soon-to-be homeowners can sign-up on our site. It’s important to ask yourself what type of services you need-whether it's hiring a Co-Host to determine how much your future listing can earn to a full-time property manager who will likely assist with all guest communications, pricing, scheduling a cleaner etc.

No. Our support staff can help you with setting up your profile, explaining how to post a job offer or even sending an interview request to a service provider, but our company doesn’t actually select a service provider for you at this time.

It depends how much of a radius you select when determining your location.

At Cohostmarket, we require our users to log in to their account at least once every 6 months to ensure the quality and safety of our platform. By doing so, we can verify that the account is active and being actively managed by the user. Inactive accounts may be temporarily deactivated until the account owner verifies their email address to reactivate their account.

Keeping your account active and up-to-date also helps you maintain a strong presence on our platform and increases your chances of receiving leads and inquiries from potential clients.

We encourage all of our users to log in regularly to ensure the best possible experience on our platform.

On CoHostMarket, we have different types of service providers, ranging from basic to premium and pro users. Each service provider has different levels of verification based on the information they provide to us. Some providers have verified only their email address, while others have verified both their email and phone number. Some providers have gone through the entire verification process, which includes ID verification, background checks, and more.

We always recommend homeowners to contact and perform interviews with different service providers before making a decision. Keep in mind that some providers may be less active on the platform, while our premium and pro users are more active and responsive.

It's important to note that verification status does not guarantee the quality of service provided. However, we encourage service providers to complete their verification process as it increases their credibility and helps them stand out to potential clients.

If a service provider doesn't respond to your interview request, it can be frustrating and delay your plans. However, there are a few steps you can take to increase your chances of receiving a timely response from your your future co-host or Property manager.

First, it's important to remember that service providers have busy schedules and may not be available to respond immediately. It's always a good idea to follow up with a polite message to ensure that they received your initial message. 

Another thing to consider is the level of verification of the service provider. Providers who have verified their phone number and email address are more likely to receive and respond to messages. We encourage homeowners to prioritize providers who have completed the verification process.

Finally, we recommend reaching out to multiple service providers to ensure that you find the right match for your needs. By contacting several providers and scheduling interviews, you can increase your chances of receiving a response and finding the perfect provider for your short-term rental property.