Based on the latest jobs data nationwide, Airbnb Property Manager's can make an average annual salary of $57,810, or $28 per hour. On the lower end, they can make $36,700 or $18 per hour, perhaps when just starting out or based on the state you live in.
How much work is it to manage an Airbnb?
Depending on the type of vacation rental you are running, you could be looking at spending 2-3 hours a day managing your property and between 5-8 hours on days where you have a change-over of guests.Jun 1, 2018
Can I hire someone to manage my Airbnb?
A co-host is someone who helps you take care of your Airbnb property and guests in return for a percentage of your rental income. They take the pressure off you and assist in making sure your Airbnb runs smoothly.Mar 14, 2018
Can you search Airbnb by hosts?
@Costi0 Unfortunately there is no host search function. If you know the location, property type and general price range of their listing you might be able to find him or her through the regular search function.Mar 8, 2016
How much does Airbnb charge to co-host?
The amount that co-hosts charge can vary significantly based on what duties they have, the size of the house, and where they are located. In general, hosts can expect to pay between 10-30% of the nightly listing price to an average co-host.