Have a Place to Rent?
Have a house in Capitol Hill or on the Eastside? Have a condo in Kent? Have an Accessory Dwelling Unit or a mother-in-law apartment that is an extra space in your home? Have a yurt or RV in your backyard? A condo in Leavenworth that you just aren’t using as much as you thought? Believe it or not, these all may be viable short-term rentals dependent on local and homeowner association laws.
A short-term rental is rented for fewer than 30 consecutive days, although some local ordinances have different rules regarding duration. In general, folks who want to stay in one will search such sites as AirBNB, VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owner), or HomeAway.
These are either managed by the owner themselves or they can be managed by a property manager. We offer property management services for short-term rentals so you can be hands-off and just enjoy the deposits. There may even be tax benefits in creating a business around your short-term rentals.
Owning a short-term rental can add thousands to your bottom line each month. Want to learn more?
Download My Guide to Successful Short-Term Rentals.
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