1.) Vanly is a site that lets you rent out your driveway, garage, or spare land to people traveling in RVs or vans.
2.) Vanly claims that some hosts earn as much as $1K monthly on its site, however, the site is still young and has very few listings.
3.) Since you are just renting your driveway, you are not required to share any amenities with travelers (although you can if you want to).
Airbnb, But For Parking Spots, Garages, Land…
Vanly is an Airbnb-esque site that lets you rent out your space to people traveling in RVs or vans. The biggest difference is that you are not renting out your house or apartment. You are only renting out your driveway or garage so your guests have a place to park safely. Vanly allows you to rent any plot of outdoor land such as a driveway, garage, yard, or something similar.
When listing your land on Vanly, you can choose how much to charge per night and also can add as many or as few amenities as you’d like.
Some of the most popular places to list your land on Vanly include:
- San Diego
- Santa Cruz
- Lake Tahoe
- Areas near national parks
How Much Can I Make?
This depends on how much you choose to charge for your listing and how often it gets booked. But, Vanly advertises that you can earn up to $1,000 by listing your space on its site. However, there are very few listings on Vanly and there’s no guarantee that someone will rent your space.
Vanly uses Stripe to help get you paid and sends payouts every two weeks. It’s 100% free to list a space on Vanly, but it does take a 10% cut of the transaction.
To get started on Vanly, you just have to:
- List your spot for free
- Respond to and coordinate with guests
- Get paid
Vanly is a good option for people that are interested in renting on Airbnb but don’t have their own apartment to rent. If you have access to even just a driveway, parking space, front yard, etc. then you can list it on Vanly and enjoy all the same benefits of listing on Airbnb.
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