What are some differences between long-term hosting and short-term hosting?
While the exact number of days varies by jurisdiction, generally any reservation of a month or longer may be considered a long-term reservation.
In some jurisdictions, guests may establish rights as a tenant after a month, so we encourage hosts to be knowledgeable about their local laws.
It’s always in your best interest to vet potential guests before they book a reservation, especially a long-term booking. You may consider having these guests sign a rental agreement outlining the details in your listing description.
If you're interested in exclusively offering long-term stays, find out more about how to set your minimum night requirements.
- HostWhat are some things I should consider before hosting long-term guests?In some jurisdictions, guests may establish rights as a tenant after a month, so we encourage hosts to be knowledgeable about their local la…
- HostHow do I get started with longer stays?Encouraging guests to book longer stays could help you achieve higher occupancy with lower guest turnover and a more predictable income.
- GuestWhat type of listings are part of monthly stays?Find details on what criteria listings must meet in order to be highlighted in the monthly stays section.