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Global Management Company For Airbnb Comes To Australia

July 18, 2018 OTA News No Comments Email Email

Airsorted is the world’s only true global management company for Airbnb and they are changing the way properties are being managed and hosted in Australia.

After starting out in the UK, Airsorted is now in 18 cities across seven countries, including Australia.

Airsorted was created to take away any issues for hosts renting out their home on Airbnb such as guest enquiries, cleaning and key exchanges.

“Private accommodation makes up around 20% of the total global room bookings and with the United Nations World Tourism Organisation listing Australia in the top 10 countries as tourism earners, it made sense to launch in Australia.

“After opening here only 12 months ago, we now have offices throughout the country and look after properties in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast”, said Malvina Russo, ANZ Director, Airsorted.

Airsorted take the hassle away from people trying to host their property on Airbnb, by literally doing everything for them. This includes:

Listing creation – writing up their actual listing complete with professional photography

Professional cleaning – organising professional cleans after each guest

Hotel quality linens – making beds to a hotel standard and supplying all towels and linen

Property maintenance – highly skilled professionals on call

24/7 Guest communications – screening of guests, offering 24/7 guest support for check-in or any queries

“Airsorted has managed more than $53 million worth of host bookings all over the world and we’re looking forward to helping Australians make some extra money through their Airbnb listing”, said Russo.

The four main types of people who use an Airbnb management company, like Airsorted are:

  1. Someone who might be on a sabbatical
  1. Frequent midweek business travellers
  2. Someone who realises they can make more money through short term stays
  1. People with a second home outside of the city where they spend most of their time

“We have very strict in-house vetting processes in place to ensure the host and their neighbours are happy with the guests who stay in their home.

“We do ID checks, look at any guest reviews and previous host recommendations. We also develop an understanding of the potential guest. If they live in Sydney for example but want to rent out a property in Sydney on the same weekend a concert is on, we obviously know they are planning to party. This is the type of guest we don’t want to place”, concluded Russo.

To interview Malvina Russo from Airsorted on the incredible growth of management companies for Airbnb in the Australian market, please contact Joe Hughes from N O W! Communications on or 0455 494 409.

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