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My theory is that they’re comfortable asking because: “I understand your budget might be tight.
I recommend searching Airbnb for listings that are in shared units (roommate-style), which are cheaper than renting a private home.
(You can also conceptualize it as an apartment building with only 3 units.) I live in one of these units and rent out the others.
When Airbnb hosting became [along with cupcakes, food trucks, hackathons, yoga pants and everything else trending], I decided to launch an amusing experiment. I’m now celebrating my one-year anniversary of the Airbnb Experiment. ) In the past 12 months, I’ve grossed ,268.35, which averages to ,355.70 per month.
Roughly 1 in 10 potential guests ask for a discount, but they phrase it in the most ludicrous manner: When you’re an individual, some people don’t recognize that you’re also a (one-person) business — just as David’s Bridal and Absolut Vodka are businesses.
These guests aren’t asking the liquor store or the bridal-gown shop for a discount; why should they expect one from me?
I over-estimated both of these, to err on the safe side.For example: Technically, Airbnb says that the host should provide enough consumables to get started for a week, and long-term guests should replenish supplies.When long-term guests ask for more laundry detergent or trash bags, I could theoretically point to that page on the Airbnb site, and say, But why act petty? It takes 10 minutes, it costs , and it results in a happier guest. Remember, you’re selling an experience, not just four walls and a roof.Here’s the surprising bit: I assumed most of those guests would disappear after getting that response. ) All that aside, here’s why their question fails: “I notice your unit is vacant this upcoming weekend.