Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Who knew sharing your home could be such a lucrative business?
Airbnb came
onto the scene in 2008, and has completely changed the way we rent homes.
Today, the company is estimated to be worth around $20 billion, but Airbnb
isn’t the only one making money.
Many of the site’s users have earned big bucks from renting out their
homes, whether on a full- or part-time basis.
While renting your property for a specific event (such as a local music
festival) can make a HUGE profit in a short period of time, the listings that
make the most money are the ones that have a consistently high occupancy.
Some owners earn more than $200,000 a year on rental income.
 But what makes one Airbnb better than another? What makes it into a cash
cow? Here are 10 of the highest earning Airbnb listings in the U.
S.
, so you can see for yourself: 10.
Luxury Marina Del Rey Condo A major selling point of this home is its
proximity to the beach.
(Photo: Airbnb)This place is steps from the beach AND has a pool table.
What more do you need? This luxury three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo sleeps
up to 10 people and is a stone’s throw from Venice beach.
The building features a club room with pool table, foosball, and darts, along
with a rooftop deck complete with hot tub, fire pit, and barbecue area.
With a 77 percent occupancy rate, this unit was expected to have made
$169,361 last year.
 Cost: $500 a nightRelated: How This Guy Made $200k on Airbnb

9.
Manhattan Apartment Near Times Square Stay in the heart of Manhattan at
this rental near Times Square.
(Photo: Airbnb)Space is a luxury in New York City, and this rental definitely
gives more bang for your buck.
This three-bedroom apartment can accommodate 10 people — making it the
perfect unit for a family or group of vacationing friends.
Located just one block away from Times Square, renters can entertain
themselves on Broadway or sit back and watch the 50-inch flat-screen TV.
Add in the newly renovated kitchen, and we can see why this unit was occupied
70 percent of the time, generating $172,500 in estimated annual revenue.
Cost: $575 a night

8.
Grand Victorian Home in San Francisco  The entire family can stay in
the San Francisco home.
(Photo: Airbnb)This place is special for one very important reason —
parking! The historic home was originally built in 1900 and has its own
garage, eliminating the stress of finding a spot for your Prius on the street.
The four-bedroom house has original crown molding, can sleep up to 15 people,
and has its own private backyard that’s perfect for entertaining.
The neighborhood is pretty great, too, with a quaint coffee shop next door,
and several restaurants within walking distance away of the house.
Unsurprisingly, it has become the most successful San Fran-based listing for
Airbnb, generating income of $185,680 a year while being occupied 74 percent
of the time.
 Cost: $599 a night

7.
Sunny SoHo Loft Exposed brick AND a skylight? This place is a SoHo dream!
(Photo: Airbnb)One of NYC’s more expensive options is also one of its
most popular, and from the photos, we can see why.
This bright and breezy two-bed loft in SoHo features a large open living,
dining, and kitchen space with exposed brick walls and a skylight.
Despite being in the heart of everything in SoHo, the unit is quiet and feels
private.
In 2014, it earned $186,433 and had a 72 percent occupancy rate.
 Cost: $875 a night

6.
Central NYC Apartment with Roof Deck Create your own urban oasis on this
roof deck.
(Photo: Airbnb)Relaxing on a New York City roof is one of the simple
pleasures of living in Manhattan — it’s also a major draw for
potential renters.
This apartment boasts its own roof deck, complete with a barbecue and patio
furniture.
The condo itself will sleep eight people in four large bedrooms.
And at rates starting at $500 a night, it is very well priced.
This probably explains why the unit is occupied 88 percent of the time,
generating an estimated $188,550 last year.
 Cost: $500 a night

5.
Downtown Palo Alto Home  This Palo Alto residence is perfect for a
family getaway.
(Photo: Airbnb)Silicon Valley’s most successful Airbnb listing is
located just blocks from downtown Palo Alto.
Accommodating up to seven people in three bedrooms , (all ensuite), this
updated craftsman has two TV areas, an updated kitchen, and a full dining
room.
Oh, did we mention the three spacious porches and lush backyard? The
neighborhood is quiet and has restaurants, a grocery store, and a coffee shop,
all within a few blocks.
But make your reservations early, as this home was occupied 73
percent of 2014, earning the owners around $188,675.
 Cost: $575 a night Related: WATCH: How to Create the Perfect
Airbnb Listing — Katie Couric Has the Exclusive4.
Times Square Designer Townhouse This NYC townhouse is so nice you might
never want to leave.
(Photo: Airbnb)This light and bright townhouse has the highest occupancy rate
on the list at a staggering 90 percent.
Centrally located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, this two-story gem is
just blocks from the theater district and Central Park, with many other
attractions within walking distance.
It features three bedrooms and three baths, spread out over 2,200 square
feet.
The home earned around $207,792 in a year.
 Cost: $600 a night 

3.
Upper West Side Apartment This apartment is very "Mad Men"…and we
like it.
(Photo: Airbnb)With just two bedrooms and two baths, this Manhattan apartment
is relatively small, but that doesn’t keep it from being a money maker.
This Upper West Side condo is the East Coast’s highest earner,
bringing in around $209,375 a year.
The unit is just three blocks from Central Park and features views of the
Hudson River.
Added bonus: the home is fully air-conditioned and has black-out shades for
those of us who like to sleep late.


Cost: $550 a night2.
Modern Venice Home A cocktail + this home = perfection.
(Photo: Airbnb)This contemporary Venice, California home feels more like a
hotel than a house.
Perfect for a family vacation, the house sleeps up to 10 people and is just
five blocks from the beach.
A private front yard features a gas fire pit and a barbecue.
This home generated $221,135 last year and was occupied 77 percent of the
time.
 Cost: $695 per night

1.
Stunning Ranch-Style Napa Home This rental has grapevines and a pool in
the backyard.
(Photo: Airbnb)Finally, this spectacular four-bedroom ranch style home in the
heart of California’s wine country tops the list of the most lucrative
Airbnb properties in the nation.
With an 80 percent occupancy, the stunning home generated almost $240,000 in
revenue during 2014.
It’s just three miles from the quaint town of Napa, but with its own
heated pool, breathtaking views, and a barbecue area, you might never want to
leave.
Cost: $700 per nightWATCH: Travel Back in time with Jordan’s
Bedouins
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Many of Airbnb's users have earned big bucks from renting out their homes,
whether on a full or part-time basis.
.
This place is special for one very important reason — parking! The
historic home was originally built in 1900 and has its own garage, eliminating
the stress of finding a spot for your Prius on the street.
The four-bedroom house has original crown molding, can sleep up to 15 people,
and has its own private backyard that’s perfect for entertaining.
The neighborhood is pretty great, too, with a quaint coffee shop next door,
and several restaurants within walking distance away of the house.
Unsurprisingly, it has become the most successful San Fran-based listing for
Airbnb, generating income of $185,680 a year while being occupied 74 percent
of the time.
 Cost: $599 a night

7.
Sunny SoHo Loft Exposed brick AND a skylight? This place is a SoHo dream!
(Photo: Airbnb)One of NYC’s more expensive options is also one of its
most popular, and from the photos, we can see why.
This bright and breezy two-bed loft in SoHo features a large open living,
dining, and kitchen space with exposed brick walls and a skylight.
Despite being in the heart of everything in SoHo, the unit is quiet and feels
private.
In 2014, it earned $186,433 and had a 72 percent occupancy rate.
 Cost: $875 a night

6.
Central NYC Apartment with Roof Deck Create your own urban oasis on this
roof deck.
(Photo: Airbnb)Relaxing on a New York City roof is one of the simple
pleasures of living in Manhattan — it’s also a major draw for
potential renters.
This apartment boasts its own roof deck, complete with a barbecue and patio
furniture.
The condo itself will sleep eight people in four large bedrooms.
And at rates starting at $500 a night, it is very well priced.
This probably explains why the unit is occupied 88 percent of the time,
generating an estimated $188,550 last year.
 Cost: $500 a night

5.
Downtown Palo Alto Home  This Palo Alto residence is perfect for a
family getaway.
(Photo: Airbnb)Silicon Valley’s most successful Airbnb listing is
located just blocks from downtown Palo Alto.
Accommodating up to seven people in three bedrooms , (all ensuite), this
updated craftsman has two TV areas, an updated kitchen, and a full dining
room.
Oh, did we mention the three spacious porches and lush backyard? The
neighborhood is quiet and has restaurants, a grocery store, and a coffee shop,
all within a few blocks.
But make your reservations early, as this home was occupied 73
percent of 2014, earning the owners around $188,675.
 Cost: $575 a night Related: WATCH: How to Create the Perfect
Airbnb Listing — Katie Couric Has the Exclusive4.
Times Square Designer Townhouse This NYC townhouse is so nice you might
never want to leave.
(Photo: Airbnb)This light and bright townhouse has the highest occupancy rate
on the list at a staggering 90 percent.
Centrally located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, this two-story gem is
just blocks from the theater district and Central Park, with many other
attractions within walking distance.
It features three bedrooms and three baths, spread out over 2,200 square
feet.
The home earned around $207,792 in a year.
 Cost: $600 a night 

3.
Upper West Side Apartment This apartment is very "Mad Men"…and we
like it.
(Photo: Airbnb)With just two bedrooms and two baths, this Manhattan apartment
is relatively small, but that doesn’t keep it from being a money maker.
This Upper West Side condo is the East Coast’s highest earner,
bringing in around $209,375 a year.
The unit is just three blocks from Central Park and features views of the
Hudson River.
Added bonus: the home is fully air-conditioned and has black-out shades for
those of us who like to sleep late.


Cost: $550 a night2.
Modern Venice Home A cocktail + this home = perfection.
(Photo: Airbnb)This contemporary Venice, California home feels more like a
hotel than a house.
Perfect for a family vacation, the house sleeps up to 10 people and is just
five blocks from the beach.
A private front yard features a gas fire pit and a barbecue.
This home generated $221,135 last year and was occupied 77 percent of the
time.
 Cost: $695 per night

1.
Stunning Ranch-Style Napa Home This rental has grapevines and a pool in
the backyard.
(Photo: Airbnb)Finally, this spectacular four-bedroom ranch style home in the
heart of California’s wine country tops the list of the most lucrative
Airbnb properties in the nation.
With an 80 percent occupancy, the stunning home generated almost $240,000 in
revenue during 2014.
It’s just three miles from the quaint town of Napa, but with its own
heated pool, breathtaking views, and a barbecue area, you might never want to
leave.
Cost: $700 per nightWATCH: Travel Back in time with Jordan’s
Bedouins
Let World traveling club Travel inspire you every day.
Hang out with us onFacebook,Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
 Watch World traveling club Travel’s original series "A Broad
Abroad.
"
Many of Airbnb's users have earned big bucks from renting out their
homes, whether on a full or part-time basis.

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