HOW TO MAKE A FORTUNE ON AIR BNB



Many only think about AirBNB hosts as owners of a property that rent it out occasionally, but there is an industry of entrepreneurs that make a living off a portfolio of AirBNB rentals.

For episode 88, we talked with one of the top AirBNB hosts in Atlanta Alexia Wright. Alexia is a superstar in one of the most sought after AirBNB markets in the nation. She holds the title of Super Host and has over 20 AirBNB properties in her portfolio. On EYL 88, she broke down the ins and outs of making money on AirBNB. She revealed how anyone can get started in a few days, how to make it to the top listings, and how to protect yourself from losses. #AirBNB

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Purchase Alexia’s Mastering The Bnb Game Course. Learn Automated systems, how to maximize profits, how to obtain a property, how to scale your business and so much more.

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Guest IG: @_alexiawright

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36 thoughts on “HOW TO MAKE A FORTUNE ON AIR BNB”

  1. She is incorrect on the “big corp sub lease” we literally buy homes & air bnb them because there is a HUGE liability to subleasing and it can cost you more money then it will make you . So if you can, definitely buy!

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  2. This is huge for me. Unfortunately I live in Boston and it seems that Airbnbs are banned in the city. I wonder how hard it will be to do an Airbnb out of state

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  3. I was a property manager for many years in Atlanta and subleasing is illegal so when doing this please make sure the landlord is aware you are doing this. Keep in mind the landlord could sell the property at any given time and you would have to close shop. I have had a tenant who turned their rental (house) into an air bnb and didn't make management aware. The lease was terminated immediately. The landlord was not happy that he was just getting 1200 per month, while the air bnb generated triple that

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  4. Congratulations Alexia! Proud of you! She gets some of this innate hustle from her dad. I am proud of the way she is channeling it. I knew him before she was even though of.

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  5. 💫🙏🏽😇🤩👑💃🏽 ~ I Am So Proud Of Our Phenomenal Queen 👑💃🏽🙏🏽 Alexia Wright ~ She’s Definitely THA’ TRUTH AND PLAY’S NO GAMES BOSS LADY STYLE. ~ I LEARNED ALOT TODAY 11/21/2021 🎉🎈🎊🪄🪅💰🎙

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  6. I love her energy, honesty and the way she carries herself you can tell she is a boss. I’m going to watch this interview like I have a final test

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  7. So I read that you are anly allowed to rent a place for less than 120 days and if it exceeds you need to get a permit with the city; however, it needs to be your primary residense. Please HELP! That means I could only host 1 listing for unlimited stays

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  8. Do anyone kno about group meetings that are held about investing stocks entrepreneurship? Literally just getting my feet in the door ! Just want to learn more and surround myself around people that would like to learn more as well .

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  9. I’m 25 about to be 26 years old and I want to get into the air bnb business! I got a lot of business I want to start off with before I hit the age of 30 years old

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  10. Yo thank you for that it was entertaining funny and on point thank you so much man I appreciate that I'm about to get into airbnbs with my new place I got an apartment in summerlin hit me up if you want to rent it I'll write it'll be on thank you.

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  11. This very good information, but about the cameras in the unit. How far does this goes? Are the Air BnB host watching their clients while in the bathroom, bedroom, or in all the private areas of the house?

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  12. You can rent an apartment under your business name just have a DnB number and everything make sure your business is structured if you have that never rent from your personal profile ✨

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  13. Such a boss! no excuses! I refuse to keep chasing this bag of money 🗣 come chase me 🤣 tf ! Im getting it together this year 💯

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  14. I agree with the young lady‘s approach to subleasing. It’s a good idea for cash flow reasons. However, you do want to own some of your properties for tax purposes as well as the fact that you have customers paying your mortgage for you are an asset that grows 8 to 10% a year. This is a no brainer.

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