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Co-Hosts: An introduction

Co-Hosts help listing owners take care of their home and guests. They're often a family member, neighbor, trusted friend, or someone the Host has hired to help with the listing. Hosts can always contact co-hosts by phone or email.

Hosts and Co-Hosts need to communicate well and be clear about:

  • Hosting responsibilities: Who does what
  • Earnings: How much of the reservation income goes to the Co-Host
  • Expenses: How the Co-Host will be reimbursed

There are several ways to share hosting responsibilities. Find out the difference between Co-Hosts and hosting teams

Getting started

As a Co-Host, you’ll need the listing owner to add you to their listing. Learn more about what Co-Hosts can do and how Co-Hosts are added to listings.

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