Maximizing your short-term rental property can be a lot of work, but it’s important to remember that the more you do, the more you’ll make.

The first step is to make sure your property is in good shape. If you have any issues with the structure or the amenities, now is a good time to fix them before you start renting it out.

Once you’ve taken care of those things, it’s time to think about how you want to advertise your property and how much money you want to spend on advertising. You can use social media, flyers, or other forms of advertising to get people interested in renting from you. Once they’re interested, it’s up to them whether or not they want to rent from you!

You’ll also need some sort of payment plan if people aren’t sure right away whether or not they want to rent from you—this way they can take their time deciding if this is something they really want before committing all their money upfront (which could potentially put them off).

Learn More on how to turn your property into a short-term rental.