- 1. Create a solid user profile
- 2. Review listings carefully
- 3. Get to know your potential Hosts
- 4. Complete SpaceiShare Agreement
- 5. Make a list
- 6. Treat your host's home like your own
- 7. Strong communication
- 8. Take time to write a review
- 9. Safe payments
- 10. Insurance
Your SpaceiShare profile is your chance to introduce yourself to Renters. Include a friendly photo, tell us a bit about yourself (e.g. what do you like to do in your spare time?) and link your profile with your other social network profiles. SpaceiShare is a community so let’s all get to know each other better!
Always review the listings thoroughly including the description, features and House Rules so you are clear on what the Host is offering.
Before moving forward with a reservation, take a bit of time learning about potential Hosts. To make things easy, you can communicate with all Hosts through SpaceiShare email.
Whether you are renting space for storage, parking or events, make sure to complete the SpaceiShare Agreement and have the Host sign it as well. Don’t forget to send the completed form back to SpaceiShare within 7 days.
If you're renting space for storage, make sure you know what you’re storing. It’s easy to forget what is packed away in boxes, so make a list of all the items you’ll be storing and be sure to document it in the SpaceiShare inventory list.
When renting out space, remember that it's someone's home, so be clean, tidy and be careful not to damage the space.
Having good communication with your Host will ensure you have a solid relationship with them. Be clear with your requests and don't forget to respond quickly when your Host reaches out to you.
Don't forget to write a review about your Host. The reviews will not only be beneficial for your Host, but everyone else in the SpaceiShare community. The more members rate each other, the better and stronger the community will be.
Paying through SpaceiShare is quick, easy and secure. It will also ensure you are protected under SpaceiShare's Terms & Conditions End
We strongly recommend you review your homeowners or renter’s insurance to ensure you have suitable coverage. Many policies cover property outside of your home should there be theft or damage, but remember that not all policies are the same.