Cornwall LivingIssue #84
Assisting your listing
We learn of an exciting new service launching for busy property owners who want to be part of Cornwall’s growing tourism.
List Assisters, as the name suggests, aims to help owners list their property on booking platforms such as Airbnb, TripAdvisor, Booking.com, HolidayLettings and HomeAway, providing a perfect solution for those who are too busy, or simply don’t know where to start when it comes to getting listed and generating bookings as a holiday let, without charging a percentage commission.
“We can’t wait to help more clients make the most of their property’s earning potential!” – Clare
Holiday trends and types of stay are changing and, as well as holiday cottages and apartments, guests are looking for more unusual places to stay. This can include yurts, shepherd huts, eco-pods, cabins and house boats, as well as annexes or spare rooms. Whatever your accommodation type, List Assisters can take care of things, tailoring their service to your personal needs. Indeed, whether you need their assistance in listing the property, handling bookings or simply managing guest communications, you can pick and choose which elements of your guests’ experience List Assisters handles.
Director Clare Rutt, tells us: “List Assisters came about because of the growing number of owners who want to become hosts and offer their property or space as a holiday let, but don’t know how.”
“With the increasing popularity of various short-let booking platforms,” Clare continues, “List Assisters offers a custom-fit listing management solution on a flexible, as-needed basis. We can’t wait to help more clients make the most of their property’s earning potential!”
To learn more about this fabulous new service, or to speak to the team about how they can help you capitalise on Cornwall’s growing staycation market, be sure to visit the website. Better still, why not give the team a call?
“List Assisters came about because of the growing number of owners who want to become hosts and offer their property or space as a holiday let, but don’t know how."