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12 Perfect AirBNB Investment Properties in Tallahassee

Debbie Kirkland

Debbie Kirkland started First Story Real Estate Company because she saw a need for radical changes in the real estate space. Not only at Association l.

Debbie Kirkland started First Story Real Estate Company because she saw a need for radical changes in the real estate space. Not only at Association l.

Jul 3 5 minutes read

Not too long ago, many vacationers would have found it questionable to rest their head after a long day anywhere but a traditional hotel. But… the times are changing! With the use of technology and an Uber-esque business model, Airbnb has joined the hospitality big leagues and puts the rental power in YOUR hands.

In fact, over 140 million guests have stayed at Airbnb properties since the site’s founding in 2008. They also have no plans on slowing down considering its cash flow is expected to reach over $3.5 billion by 2020. Now that’s an opportunity!

You’re probably wondering what makes a great Airbnb rental and where can I find one? 

The answer is simple. Location is definitely one of the most important qualities to look for in a lucrative rental. Properties near tourist attractions, business centers, shopping, dining and public transportation will give you the most bang for your buck. Keep in mind the time of year is another important aspect to consider as you may make the bulk of your profit in certain months depending on your location. 

There are all kinds of properties on Airbnb ranging from 1 bedroom condos downtown to single-family homes with multiple bedrooms. The nightly rates vary so it’s a good idea to focus only on what you can afford and which properties are probable to give you a return on your investment when the yearly numbers are crunched. 

Take a look at our list of handpicked properties that would make great Airbnb rentals and be sure to read our top tips for being a good Airbnb host under the properties below.

2101 HIGH RD, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303

Like New! Huge .52 acre lot! Gleaming refinished hardwood floors. New interior/Exterior Pa...

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533 E 7TH, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303

Just a short stroll from the midtown restaurants and shops, this quaint, well-maintained c...

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1512 Sunset, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303

Move in ready 3 bedroom, 2 bath single family home perfect for a small family or to be use...

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727 RED FERN, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32308

Adorable home - good bones - waiting for new owner to bring to life! As-IS Sale. Galley ki...

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1213 Talbot, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32308

Live conveniently close to TMH, CRMC shopping, new and trendy dining options and highly de...

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1326 Circle, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301

Gorgeous home with plenty of renovation close to desirable parks and shopping! New roof, n...

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840 Watt, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304

Great, Solid Brick Home, Huge Corner Lot with private courtyard in back.. (Check out the g...

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919 Carraway, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32308

Previous Buyers needed to be in prior to when tenants could vacate!  Motivated Seller~ Ten...

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543 W 7th, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303

MIDTOWN UPDATED CHARMER ON 1.5 LOTS, CHARMER CORNER FENCED! NEWER WOOD LAMINATE FLOORING T...

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127 MERIDIANNA, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32312-2715

ITS CLOSE TO EVERYTHING AND MOVE IT READY!  Features new windows, light fixtures, floors, ...

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848 E Call, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301-2623

New roof to be installed prior to closing.  Priced at Charles T. Hart III January 10, 2018...

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1529 CHULI NENE, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301

Price just reduced seller/agent Motivated! Great opportunity to live in Indian Head Acres!...

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Top Tips for Being a Good Airbnb Host

  1. Always be honest and transparent about the condition of the property and price it accordingly
  2. Consider extras you can offer to make your listing stand out such as breakfast, a guided tour or a discount for longer bookings 
  3. Most of your guests will be wonderful and respectful as long as you vet every booking request you receive
  4. Consider requiring a minimum stay so that you don’t have to constantly clean and do laundry for one-night bookings
  5. Keep all payments and messaging within the Airbnb app so that you don’t leave yourself vulnerable and you stay protected by the insurance provided by the company
  6. Create a document full of fun things to do in your area, transportation tips, coupons or anything else you think your guests could benefit from

Want to get your Airbnb real estate investor story started now? Contact us here for more information!

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