Kira has successfully managed her own Airbnb property since 2016. She became a Superhost the minute the opportunity became available and has proudly maintained the Superhost status ever since.

King King, Airbnb SuperhostKira King, Airbnb Superhost

*number of guests hosted as of December 2018

Just take a peak at her guest reviews. They speak for themselves.

– “We cannot say enough great things about our host Kira! Kira was super quick to respond to any of our questions.”

– “We had such a wonderful time at Kira’s place! She was super quick to respond with any questions and the place was super cool and clean. Would highly suggest!!!”

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What is an Airbnb co-host?

Co-hosts help listing owners take care of their home and guests.

A co-host is someone the listing owner already knows. They are usually a family member, neighbor, trusted friend, or someone the host has hired to help with the listing.

Hosts and co-hosts agree on who’s responsible for what, how much of the reservation income will go to the co-host, and how the co-host will be reimbursed for expenses.

Source: https://www.airbnb.com/help/article/1243/what-s-a-co-host

How do Airbnb co-hosts help?

Here are some ways co-hosts can help:

  • Get the space guest-ready: If a home has never been listed on Airbnb, a co-host can help make sure it’s set up to welcome guests. They can recommend repairs, buy necessary items like towels and toilet paper, set up a lockbox, and create house manual. 

  • Create a listing: Co-hosts can create an Airbnb listing for a space. They can write titles and descriptions, take and upload photos, and help determine the nightly price.

  • Message with guests: A co-host can message guests on behalf of the listing owner, using the co-host’s own Airbnb account. They can get to know guests, answer questions, and coordinate their arrival and departure.

  • Manage reservations: Co-hosts can manage the host’s reservation settings and accept or decline reservation requests.

  • Welcome guests in person: Co-hosts can greet guests in person, give them a tour of the space, and answer questions about the house and neighborhood.

  • Help guests during their stay: If guests have an issue during their stay, co-hosts can communicate with them and fix the problem. For example, if a guest is locked out, their shower stops working, or their internet is down, they can call a co-host to help fix the problem.

  • Write reviews: Co-hosts can use their own Airbnb account to write review of guests on behalf of the listing owner. Guests will be able to review the listing and the co-host.

  • Update calendar and pricing Co-hosts can keep a listing’s availability up to date and manage the listing’s price settings. They can also add things like seasonal pricing and weekly discounts. 

  • Restock essential supplies: Co-hosts can help stock a home with a few basic guest necessities like towels, toilet paper, and soap.

  • Cleaning and maintenance: Co-hosts can clean the space themselves, work with a professional cleaning service, or both. For example, a co-host may wash towels and sheets, while a cleaning service takes care of the kitchen and bathrooms. Co-hosts can also handle general home maintenance and make sure anything that’s damaged gets repaired.

  • Get help from Airbnb: If the listing owner needs to contact Airbnb to get help with with a reservation or guest issue, a co-host can handle the communication and find a resolution. 

Co-hosts can’t:

  • Access the listing owner’s payout or taxpayer information

  • Review the listing owner’s activity traveling on Airbnb as a guest

  • View any messages that the host had with their guests before the co-host was added to the listing.

Source: https://www.airbnb.com/help/article/1243/what-s-a-co-host

Airbnb Co-Host Terms of Services

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