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Top Medium Term Rental Strategies for Airbnb Hosts

Ep. 508

Fueled by the increasing demand for rentals for digital nomads and the uptick in regulations by cities on short-term rentals, medium-term stays are now the fastest-growing category on the Airbnb platform.


So, how can we jump into the medium-term market and get all the benefits of investing in Airbnbs without the hassle of turnover or the risk of changing city regulations?


Zeona McIntyre has been an Airbnb host since 2012 and owns 12 long-term, mid-term, and short-term units. As an avid real estate investor who owns and manages a double-digit portfolio, she teaches listeners how to achieve financial freedom through real estate on her podcast, Invest2FI. Zeona is the co-author of the soon-to-be-released book, 30-Day Stay: A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Mastering the Medium-Term Rental.


On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Zeona joins me to talk about what constitutes medium-term and the advantages of these types of rentals.


Listen in as Zeona shares some insider tricks for finding more customers, managing your calendar, and the special touches she adds to make her guests feel at home in her medium-term rentals. Plus, she reveals her secret insider trick for filling up last-minute bookings.


Topics Covered


  • Which type of rental is the most hands-off (and which is the intensive)
  • The difference in ROI between short-term, medium-term, and long-term rentals
  • How to use medium-term rentals to fill up your calendar when you are not ‘in-season’
  • Where the highest demand for medium-term rentals is right now
  • Where to find customers for your medium-term property rentals
  • Best upgrades to add to your medium-term rentals to impress your guests
  • How Zeona manages her calendar to keep out the gaps in stays in her rentals
  • Zeona's SECRET for filling up last-minute bookings


Connect with Zeona McIntyre


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Resources


Preorder 30-Day Stay: A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Mastering the Medium-Term Rental

What You Should Know Before You Buy Property with Zeona McIntyre EP110

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