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Why You Should Consider Your Own Airbnb Settlement

At this point, almost everyone has heard of Airbnb: it’s the hospitality-shaking mobile app that let’s people rent out homes, apartments, trailer, garages, teepees, and more to travelers from

around the world. Circumventing the commercialism of hotels and motels, Airbnb let’s everyday people make a living from their vacant bedroom or refurbished shed out back.

Since its launch, more than 150 million people around the world use the app regularly, and more than 260 million people have stayed in an Airbnb. There are 4 million listings worldwide,

covering 191 countries and 65,000 cities. The statistics are only growing each month, with the company valued at $32 billion as of December 2018.

More amazingly, just about everyone is using this app! Over 60% of millennials have used this app or are considering using this app, while more than 200k senior hosts are now registered with the platform.

So if you’re looking to join the gig economy, and you don’t want to design websites or edit press releases, then Airbnb might be an incredibly viable way for you to stay home and earn a living. 

Although major destinations are already saturated with prime real estate Airbnbs, that doesn’t mean you can’t create your very own Airbnb village. It’s all about Instagram, which is why it’s time you consider an Airbnb settlement.

What’s an Airbnb Settlement?

It’s a term we use to describe plots of land that have more than 3 different forms of glamping/camping or stay plopped on them. 

For example, I stayed about 30 minutes out of the Grand Canyon last summer in a teepee. On that property was 4 other teepees, two school buses converted into campers, regular campers, RVs, and tents. There were about 15 of us in total that shared breakfast outside the next day and outhouses around the property. It was absolutely amazing, incredibly refreshing, and lent itself to once-in-a-lifetime photography.

This Airbnb host simply snatched up a few acres of cheap land within a major landmark destination. He made his own Airbnb village, and he is profiting handsomely for it.

As a millennial, I must admit I was willing to pay the $150 per night to stay in a teepee. I wanted an Instagram photo! Can you blame me? Well, there are billions more of me out there, looking to stay in your Airbnb community right now.

Start One Today with Campfire Trailers

Instead of running around and trying to create your own unique Airbnb feature, why not buy an entire camper trailer, already dolled up and ready to go? 

Our horse trailer campers are made with millennials in mind, including eye-catching colors, sustainable features, and customization elements that make them one of a kind. Not to mention, each trailer is a unique, vintage horse trailer from the 60s or 70s with its own story – there are no two that are the same! 

Package that up on your Airbnb listing and earn your Airbnb Superhost badge in no-time.

Are you ready to start your Airbnb? 

Your very own trailer tiny houses are available for purchase and shipping.


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