Time is money, we’ve all heard that saying. Well, have you ever heard the saying space is money?
If you have some spare space in your house you can turn it into cash. And no, we don’t mean subletting. You can now get paid to store people’s luggage in your home!
This is truly one of the easiest ways around to maximise your income based on your resources. Especially if you’re in the fortunate enough position of having a place with excess space. Put it to good use.
How do I start?
New website Stasher are claiming to be the new airbnb of storage solutions. Put simply, they’re using the sharing economy to put people who need storage space in touch with people who have storage space.
All you have to do is sign up to become a host and you can turn that spare space in your home into an extra source of income!
How does it work?
It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3.
1. List your space for free: Perfect if you have a basement, store room or hotel room.
2. Receive bookings: Customers book online through Stasher.
3. Get paid: Regular monthly payments to your bank account.
No catch. It’s a lot like using Airbnb as we said before, except you don’t have to deal with any pesky guests in your personal space…
How much can I make?
The usual rate is £6 per bag per 24 hours. And you’ll likely have to subtract some commission from that. But it’s still a pretty tasty deal if you ask us. I mean, considering you literally have to do nothing to earn that money apart from put a bag in an empty space in your home. It’s like owning a car park, but without the cars…or the stress of owning a car park. You know what we mean.
What skills do I need?
Absolutely none. This is an opportunity open to everyone. All you need is space. The more space you have the better. This really is a fantastic way to bump up your bank account on the side.
Sign me up
Ready to take the dive into the world of stasher? Of course, you are. This is a no-brainer. Especially, if you live in a busy city like London where people are always moving in and out and need somewhere to store their stuff. Get involved now by clicking the link below.