Business 28.3.2017 01:20 pm

South Africans make ‘R28K average’ with properties on Airbnb

Getting into the letting game is exciting, but do your homework property first.

According to a 2016 Fin24 interview with Nicola D’Elia, managing director for Airbnb Africa and Middle East, South African Airbnb hosts earn on average R28 000 a month by making their property available for short-term let via the popular sharing economy website. PropertyFox says Airbnb can be an exciting income stream, but advises South Africans to do their homework carefully before buying a property specifically for this purpose.

South Africans make ‘R28K average’ with properties on Airbnb
South Africans make ‘R28K average’ with properties on Airbnb

South Africans make ‘R28K average’ with properties on Airbnb

Getting into the letting game is exciting, but do your homework property first.

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