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What You Should Do Before Moving Out

Cardboard Box and Duct Tape - Cleaning Service TustinSo, you have made the big decision to leave your Tustin home in search for a new one. That is a big step; it must involve a lot of planning and strategizing to accomplish everything on top of your regular obligations.

There might be some things you won’t have time for, so you’ll have to hire help. This is the case with the cleaning service Tustin homeowners often hire when they are moving out.

Just in case you are a first-timer, here is a moving home checklist you definitely want to do before you lock the door of the old place for the final time.

Let your service providers know

In the 21st century, we pay for a lot of services monthly; cable TV, internet, electricity, etc. Let them know a month in advance that you will no longer need their services. This can save you a lot of money, making sure you don’t double-pay for anything (I’m sure you don’t need that kind of unnecessary expense on top of moving costs).

Get packing supplies

Make sure you have plenty of packing supplies before you start packing. So, what do you need? Cardboard boxes, obviously. You can get them at any bigger store. You will probably want some plastic containers as well, for some more fragile and precious things. Is that all? Well, no. There’s duct tape, you will need a lot of that. Taping everything up really good to keep it in place. That is your basic kit.

However, any avid or experienced mover will warn you that you might want to up your packing game with a few additions. The most common thing people wish they had used is the Styrofoam peanuts. They are great for protecting fragile things, such as lamps, plates, etc. Another common protective material is bubble wrap. Protect your electronics with this simple foil and you can rest assured that that big screen TV will arrive at your new home undamaged.

Pro tip: if you get stressed over packing and moving, you can use the bubble wrap to unwind. Cut yourself a piece of it, and pop it until you feel relaxed again. There are a few more important things, such as markers and labels, but those you might have lying around the house, so I won’t go into detail about them.

Pack

This is what you have been preparing for, both physically and mentally. It’s a big job, so don’t take it on all at once. Start at least a month earlier. Pack the stuff you don’t use very often (such as photo albums or the Christmas decorations) first. Also, the things you aren’t using at the moment can go along them (winter clothes for example). Basically, make a plan to pack things over the last week or two, so you don’t feel overwhelmed the last few days. Mark all your boxes in detail. List what is in them, if it is fragile and where it should go. This approach has several advantages. You will be aware of what is where, it will make it easier to the movers when they get to your new place and finally, when you are unpacking, it will be a whole lot simpler if you know what is where from the get-go.

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As a final farewell to the old place, it is a good idea to clean it thoroughly. If the property is yours and you are selling it, a thoroughly clean home is likely to be more appealing to the buyers. If you were renting, you can count that your landlord will give you your security deposit back much more likely if he sees the place sparkling clean. If you don’t have the time to do it yourself (and who can blame you), consider using the foremost cleaning service in Tustin, Maid This. With the flat rates, you know what you are getting and how much it is going to cost.

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From Tourist to City Native: 4 Ways Hosting Guests through Airbnb Can Make Travelers Feel Like a Local – courtesy of MetroButler

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This article is courtesy of MetroButler. MetroButler is a full service platform for Airbnb hosts , providing vacation rental property management services including online listing, guest payments, and more. Whether you are a seasoned Airbnb host who doesn’t have the time to manage your property or a newbie looking to get your NYC listing up and running quick, MetroButler is the answer. They are based in New York City.

When renting your home on Airbnb, your guests are looking for more than just a place to stay. One of the reasons they are choosing to stay in your home is to live like a local and see the world from your point of view. To be a successful Airbnb host, it’s important to embrace your guests and help them feel at home while staying in your place.

Here are 4 ways to make your Airbnb guest live like a local while staying in your home.

1. Don’t forget that your guest booked through Airbnb for a reason.

There are many reasons people decide to book an Airbnb opposed to a hotel and indeed, one of them is to live like a local. That can mean something different to every guest, but it almost always comes back to staying in a local neighborhood, relaxing on a couch, and not feeling the pressures put on by a hotel.

Make sure that your place is accommodating to guests. Whether that means having your kitchen ready for a guest to cook themselves dinner or having your wifi and TV easily accessible, it’s important to make your guests feel at home in your apartment.

2. Clean up!

Cleanliness creates a comfortable environment and living like a local is about being comfortable. Although guests are choosing your home over a hotel room, they are not expecting to walk into your home with dirty laundry all over the place and two-day-old leftovers sitting on the table.

Your guests are expecting a level of cleanliness when they show up to your home. Make sure your apartment is VERY clean. They may have booked a stay in a home, but they will still expect some things to feel like staying in a hotel. At MetroButler, we not only offer guests cleaning services like fresh linens and towels, but we also offer travel-sized shampoos, conditioners, and other small “extra” items. Little things like offering toiletries goes a long way to making your guests feel at home.

3. Offer a guide to your city.

There is nothing more useful to someone new in a city than a tour guide.

You may be worried that this is a difficult task, but you don’t have to do it alone. Try using Coral, a free application that will create a custom guide for your guests. Each guide includes important details regarding your property such as wifi info, Netflix login, or specifics like where the extra towels may be or how to use the Jacuzzi. The guide also provides recommendations for the neighborhood. It gives your guests ideas on where to find the best coffee or Italian restaurant, where the closest drugstore is, and so much more.

No matter how you decide to offer suggestions and information to your guests, remember it’s an important aspect in helping them feel like a local.

4. Be responsive.

Being available 24/7 gives your guest a valuable local resource and is a great way to help them feel at home.

If your guest has a question or if an issue arises while they are staying with you, being accessible to them is important. If they can’t get in touch with someone to help them, how can they feel like a local?

This may be one of the harder points to keep up on. You may be one of many hosts that rent you home on Airbnb while you travel or as a secondary property you own. While away, it’s not always easy to respond immediately to a question from your guests. Despite these things, do your best to get back to any questions as quickly as possible.

Your “home away from home” is the reason people choose to spend their time away in your vacation rental and hosting them is a responsibility you should be well prepared for. Being an Airbnb host is a great way to make some supplemental income, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. With the right tools, you’ll be set to help your guests feel less like tourists and more like natives in no time.

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An Easy Guide to Organizing Your Closet (Part 2)

Tidy Clothes - Cleaning Service Orange CountyAs promised in the first part of the guide, here’s the part two of how to organize your closet (and keep it that way). When we left of, you had just ripped apart your closet and if you haven’t sought cleaning service from Orange County’s best maid service, you’re still faced with some huge piles of clothes and a giant mess. Well, it’s time to sort it out.

Label/fold/put away

If you have followed the guidelines, what you are left with now is a selection of clothes you want to keep, semi-organized according to your own standard (type, color, material, season). Now it is your task to fold them and put them back in their place; again, with your own preferred method in place. Tedious work, undoubtedly, but it needs to be done.

Rearrange

If you’ve been battling the lack of storage space, consider doing something different this time. Maybe don’t use as many boxes this time. Or, put your shoes on a rack, rather than keeping them in their respective boxes on the floor of the closet. My personal favorites are hanging compartments. They are exactly as they sound. Compartments for your smaller stuff, like socks or accessories which just sort of hang from the top of the closet, where empty space would have been. Practical –yes, more organized- double yes.

Keep it that way

Ok, this one requires a bit of day-to-day effort. It’s fairly simple. Every day put aside 10 minutes, no more, to put your things back into their place. It sounds stupid and too simple to work, but in fact, it’s the simplest plans that often do the trick. In the long run, you are saving yourself doing another one of these huge clean-ups by doing a series of smaller ones. After a week of two of this regimen, it will feel like a normal part of your day, not a dull chore.

Get one – lose one

This is a very simple mechanism of not overfilling your closet again. For every new item of clothing you want to put in the closet, you must give up one which is already there. If it sounds harsh, remember the clutter from the beginning of this ordeal. This is the right thing to do. As you get new things, you will want to wear them more, leaving your older clothes just sit in your closet. And then, a year from now, you are back at the start of this process and you ask yourself “Have I used this in the past year?”, and get a “Nope, not even once.” as a reply.

Think before you shop

This is less about keeping the closet organized and a bit more about you personally. Look at your clothes. Look at your favorites; can you see who you are? Do you go for a certain color, or fabric? If you are able to identify what attracts you to the clothes you buy, you can choose to be more selective. This will in turn implicitly decrease the likelihood of cluttering in your closet.

The fallout

So, the deed is done, you’ve organized everything, your closet is finally in order. And you have (hopefully) taken steps to keep it that way. Now what? There’s a tip going around the internet saying that if you take a picture of your well-organized closet, it may stay like that longer. I don’t know about that, but what I do know is that you are now faced with the fallout of cleaning the closet. There are boxes, labels, rags to be thrown out, floors to be cleaned, all of it. And you don’t feel like doing that on top of everything you’ve already done. Luckily, you don’t have to. You can hire the best and most reliable cleaning service in Orange County to do it for you. And with flat rates and hourly cleaning options, you can find the best fit for yourself. Contact Maid This! now to find out more.

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6 Ways to Get the Vacation Rental Ratings and Referrals You Want

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Vacations are tranquil, serene occasions to create space in our lives to unwind, even if for just a short time. Most vacation guests are seeking an opportunity to relax and expect an optimum experience. As a vacation rental owner, you’re looking for those optimum experiences to be reflected in your ratings and subsequent referrals.

Achieving this can be a mixed bag of several things: providing top-notch amenities, anticipating questions and needs, offering special promotions, and outright asking guests to provide feedback on their stays – just to name a few.  

To ensure your renters are satisfied, you need to be intuitively aware, exceedingly helpful, and abundantly pleasant. Here are 6 ways to get the ratings you’re hoping for.

1. Provide amenities.

Leaving one’s home for a vacation should be seamless. The more you can provide in your vacation rental for your guests to make them enjoy their break, the happier they’ll be. Moreover, the higher your ratings will be and the higher the chances they’ll recommend your rental to friends and family. It’s a domino effect.

To achieve all this, start with the basics. Think of things you forget when going on vacation. Toothpaste, toothbrushes, and mini bottles of shampoo are all often forgotten and easily provided. Consider leaving small bottles of lotion and lip balm that might not be “typical” toiletry amenities. To add a really special touch, throw in a complimentary bottle of wine or other booking gift. It’s all about attention to detail. These are the things that will be remembered.

2. Be helpful and anticipate needs that may arise.

The last thing anyone wants to feel while on vacation is stress. Breaks are intended to be the opposite. Despite this, unexpected events or challenges can still arise.

Most people research the things they want to see or do before leaving for their destination and choose where they will stay accordingly. But no matter how meticulous of a planner someone is, there will always be holes. This is where you, the “host with the most,” comes in.

Your vacation rental is “in the heart” of somewhere. Maybe you’re located in a great neighborhood, near a fabulous eatery, or minutes away from a beach with incredible views. It’s your job to sell the area to your guests and, essentially, be an on-demand concierge. Consider grouping all the things near you – restaurants, convenience stores for picking up quick things, gas stations, shopping areas, etc. – and create guides to leave in your vacation rental. If you’re willing, make it clear to your guests that you’re there to help.

Consider making yourself available to chat with your guests in person, on the phone, or via email about any questions they may have. To get great ratings and referrals, you have to stand out. By staying ahead of your guests’ expectations, you’ll be so helpful that it’s remarkable.

3. Create a comfortable stay.

Reflect back to the last great vacation you had. What made it exceptional? One of the top 5 things you’d probably remark on is comfort. The place where you stayed most likely had a lot of appeal to it and made you feel at ease. It was likely clean, had inviting colors, the decor was spot-on and stylish, and everything was easily accessible.

These things are important. Without comfort, you have nothing.

4. Offer promotions and discounts.

Believe it or not, offering special promotions or discounts won’t cause you to lose money and can be a surefire way to get the ratings and referrals you want for your vacation rental. The key is to provide special pricing or discounts with a specific reason in mind, not just to attract more guests.

Offer a discount for longer stays, such as bookings lasting a week or more. This way, it offers an incentive for having a longer-than-average vacation and improves your occupancy rate in the process.

5. Make local connections.

Yes, your vacation rental is listed online and future guests may find your listing by doing an online search. But in order to maximize the potential for earning great ratings (and hence, referrals), you’ll have to think outside the box.

Think local and think offline. Are there any community organizations nearby? Perhaps there are annual meetings or events in your area. Members of these organizations may need somewhere to stay. Reach out to them and share information about your vacation rental as a cheaper, out-of-the-box alternative to a hotel.

What about attractions in close proximity to your vacation rental? This ties in with offering exclusive promotions and discounts. Think about companies offering local attractions and try to work out special bargains for your guests. It’s a win-win. Your renters get great deals and you get a living, breathing relationship with other business owners who can refer you as an awesome place to stay.

6. Ask your guests for referrals directly.

Because you’re a stellar host – you provided a clean, welcoming, comfortable space for your guests and you’ve been able to anticipate their needs during their stay – going a step further and asking for their feedback should be a breeze.

Before your guests get ready to leave, ask them to share some thoughts about their time at your vacation rental. If they were happy with their experience, ask them to tell their friends about your rental property, too. Word of mouth is power. if someone has a positive experience, they’re more likely to tell others about it.

 

There’s no doubt about it: high ratings and word-of-mouth referrals are both great ways to keep your vacation rental occupied every month. Implementing a few extra touches can go a long way. With these 6 tips, you’ll be getting consistent, great ratings and have a high referral rate in no time!

 

Need to make sure your rental is in tip-top shape? Want one less thing to think about in preparation for your next guests? Contact us today to learn more about how we can get your vacation rental spic and span.

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7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Airbnb Investment Property

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Making the most out of your Airbnb investment property means doing everything you can to maximize returns. This means not only being aware of the finances that come with a vacation rental, but also how to appeal to travelers to keep them coming and paying.

Here are 7 ways to ensure you’re getting the most out of your vacation rental property as you possibly can.

1. Research average rental income & occupancy rates.

Before buying a vacation rental investment property, have an idea of the expected returns and if the area actually receives traffic from Airbnb users. You can do this by searching Airbnb investment properties and find the average rental income in an area and the predictive analysis of a property.

Look at the average Airbnb occupancy rates and how each property type correlates with occupancy rates and rental income. For example, if one bedroom is added to the property, then occupancy rate and income go up by X.

You’ll also be able to view how other properties are performing. This is another great way to understand the potential of your Airbnb investment property. See bookings, reviews, descriptions, features, prices, seasonality trends, and more.

2. Make your listing a destination, not just a rental.

The beauty of Airbnb is being able to stay at a unique property every time and everywhere you travel. Don’t let your property be a boring cliché. You can avoid making your vacation rental dull by giving it its own identity and charm. If there are weird paintings or a displayed collection of Beanie Babies, keep them! The uniqueness adds to your guests’ experiences.

With that being said, make sure you can provide guests with anything that will enhance the experience. If you have great features in your home, add some highlights to show them off. For example, a sign on the balcony window that says “Beautiful Sunsets Are Enjoyed Here” is a memorable accent in your property and will get users excited to use the balcony.

Finally, include all those amenities guests love – towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, etc. Try being your own guest and provide all the amenities you would expect to find. Get users to remember you property so they can keep coming back and leave positive reviews.

3. Create a strong profile and ask for positive reviews.

A profile is the apple of the user’s eye. Create a salient profile with professional photos, detailed features, and clear rules.

Photos are the most crucial factor in getting bookings. The photos should help the traveler envision themselves using and enjoying the property. Make sure to include photos of the entire interior and exterior of the property, but don’t stop there. Take photos of the cup of coffee and book next to the fireplace. Take photos of the views. Airbnb offers free access to professional photography, so take advantage.

Your profile should be very clear in terms of rules and what is provided in the property. Include a picture and description of yourself. The more transparent the profile, the more comfortable the guests will feel.

After inspecting the profile, the reviews are the next most important thing. Believe it or not, the number of reviews is what increases occupancy rates, not necessarily the ratings. The more reviews you have, the more relieved users will feel knowing so many people have stayed at this property. Your SEO ranking also goes up, which means your listing will be closer to the top of a search page. Don’t misunderstand – positive reviews are crucial, but multiple good reviews are better than one outstanding review.

4. Set the right price.

If your listing is new to Airbnb, make sure to not set high prices from the get-go. People are less likely to pick a new listing with no reviews; high prices will make them even more reluctant to do so. Start by charging comparatively lower prices and when there are reviews that vouch for your amazing service and property, start raising your rates.

It’s customary to take advantage of peak season to maximize returns. During weekends and holidays, raise your prices. If you’re not getting booked, your prices are too high. If you consistently have a 100% occupancy rate, your rates are too low. Don’t lose returns on your investment property because of poor pricing strategies.

Make sure your property has a positive cash flow. This means taking into account monthly expenses (these may or may not be applicable) and potential income:

Here’s a breakdown of  common monthly costs:

  • Mortgage Payment (principal + interest)
  • Property Tax
  • Insurance
  • HOA Fees
  • Property Management Fee
  • Cleaning Service Fee
  • Maintenance Fee
  • Vacancy Provision
  • Airbnb Costs (3% Host Service Fee)

5. Clean. . . Spring clean!

Isn’t it a shame when a guest is disturbed because the toilet was overlooked or neglected? When it comes to cleaning, be meticulous. Dust every nook and cranny and clean the bathrooms twice. You don’t want to lose income or positive reviews just because the property was not properly cleaned.

You can always hire cleaning services like MaidThis! to ensure turnover is completed in a timely, efficient manner. We’ll be sure to take care of areas guests pay attention the most and how to exceed their expectations. We’ll even let you know when you’re running low on supplies.

6. Location, location, location. Get the best or fake it til’ you make it.

Location is the #1 most important rule in real estate and in having an investment property. You can search for top Airbnb neighborhoods and cities but you want to make sure your property has proximity to all the sought-out attractions. With Airbnb travelers, they care about getting to the best amenities and having access to public transportation. If you have an optimal location, you can also use that to your advantage when pricing.

If the location is less-than favorable, then make the property spectacular. Also, tell travelers about what they can enjoy in that particular area. Maybe the property is not downtown, but it might be close to a park or restaurants. Give as much detail as possible and be honest about how far away attractions are. Remember, that also means the rates have to be very reasonable.

7. Get verified and sort out legal stuff.

Getting verified as an Airbnb host and accepting guests that are verified will help in getting more bookings. Users will know reviews aren’t phony or fake if they’re coming from verified guests.

Make sure to know the rules and regulations for owning a short-term rental property in your city. These rules may mean you have to obtain a license, a registration number, or pay certain taxes. If you’re not legal, your listing could be banned from the site, result in fines, or cause you to lose your investment all together. Better to be safe than sorry!

 

Joining the world of Airbnb means meeting people from all over the world and making a great investment. There are plenty of resources out there to help you follow these tips. Remember as an investor, due diligence about the right kind of property, pricing, and location is crucial. As a host, communicate well, be hospitable, and have fun!

 

This blog was written by Mashvisor, a real estate analytics platform that enables real estate investors to easily find and analyze Airbnb and traditional investment properties.   

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An Easy Guide to Organizing Your Closet (Part 1)

Pile of Clothes - Maid Service Orange CountyIf you’re anything like me, your closet is your nightmare. Not for the boogeyman who lived there when you were a kid, but for all the clutter. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are several easy steps that, if followed, can help you keep an organized closet and never waste your precious time rummaging through piles and piles of clothes in search for that one shirt you had your mind set on.

Dump everything

It may seem counter-intuitive, but starting from an empty closet is the best option. Find a suitable place for the contents of your closet (a bed or the floor will do nicely), and dump everything there. And I don’t just mean clothes, go all out; coat hangers, boxes, bags, EVERYTHING that’s been in there for reasons known and unknown. Oh, a pro tip from the best maid service of Orange County:  don’t do this in silence, it’ll be a drag. Play some tunes, preferably your gym playlist, to motivate and entertain you. Trust me, it’ll help immensely. If you’re lucky, maybe you can get a friend or S/O to help.

Broad categories

Step one of actual organization is separating things in categories. This is good for two reasons. First, you get the idea of how much clothes you have; and as for second, you have now separated your pants from your shirts and socks. Huge time saver for what’s to come. These categories can go into separate boxes or separate piles; depending on how well-prepared you are for this. Keep an eye on smaller things you keep in there, like jewelry or accessories, so they don’t get misplaced in this chaotic time.

Keep or dump

This is usually the hardest part of the process. If you have a bit of a hoarding tendency (like yours truly), this may take you some time and way more emotional investment than you would expect. Still, it is usually necessary. Make your criterion about what goes and what stays. It can be based on how old it is, color, size, material; any criterion which makes sense for you. My personal favorite is the have you used it within the past year? The name is self-explanatory. If the answer is no, it most likely belongs in the “dump” category. However you organize the keep or dump, it is likely that both piles will be considerably large.

Deciding what to do with the ‘dump’

Even if you are deciding to let go of some clothing items you no longer have need of, consider donating them to charity. I’m sure there are people who would gladly take those items off your hands. Alternatively, you can have some fun with it. If your friends or family often borrow clothes from you, or compliment you on your style, let them have a go at the stuff you no longer want. It’s a win-win. And, if you’re intent on making some cash off of it, you may consider a yard sale. Or even better, the 21st century version of a yard sale- an internet auction.

Back to business

After you’ve had your fun, it’s back to business, I’m afraid. At this point, cleaning the actual closet is a good idea. It’s a rare occasion to have your closet empty. So, clean the racks, the shelves, mop the floor, the walls, all of it. Who knows when you will have the chance next time. So if you notice any structural or any other kind of damage, the time to act is now. Fix whatever’s broken, repaint whatever’s faded.

Time consuming and tiring

Oh, boy, this cleaning up sure takes a long time to write about. In fact, it’s so long, that the tips and tricks to putting things back are going to be covered in part two. Which is coming really soon, I promise. If you don’t have the patience or the time to deal with all that by yourself, you may consider hiring a maid. Maid This! offers the best maid service in Orange County. Whether it is just your closet or your whole home that needs cleaning, call us up today and we will be happy to refer a reliable maid to you.

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I definitely think that as a company we've been able to make more money, not only because we're saving money by using Maid This, but also because they're helping take a few of the necessary evils with doing vacation rentals off of the property managers plate.
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