Want to earn some extra cash? Why not turn your home into a financial asset (other than claiming the appreciated value. If you’re like most, you’ve never made any money off your house, even though your house and yard likely represent your single largest asset. You may be able to pick up $100 or more without ever leaving your house – by using your house to make money.
Rent Spare Room
Do you have an extra bedroom? Today many travelers are seeking accommodations that offer a different experience from standard hotels. Airbnb is an online community marketplace that connects people looking to rent their homes with people who are looking for accommodations. Why not turn that spare bedroom into cash.
Renting Out Your Garage or Basement
You can probably rent out your garage to someone with a need to shelter a car. It may be to your surprise that People will pay for convenience and if you have an empty garage they can rent it out. If you haveIf someone needs temporary storage, consider renting out your basement.
Renting Out Your Driveway
You know you can share your home when you aren’t using it. Why not share your parking space too? Do you live in a city strapped for parking, yet you own a driveway? If there’s a major event in your area, you may be able to rent out your driveway for a night or a weekend. Parklee is a great resource to get started.
Renting Out Your Pool
Having a pool is considered to be a luxury. There are many people who are willing to rent your pool by the hour for private parties. Swimply is an online marketplace for pool sharing that connects owners of private pools and people looking to get their hands on one.
Renting Out Your Lawn
Have a big, gorgeous yard with plenty of lawn space and the perfect spot to hold wedding ceremonies or barbeques? Renting your property may be a way to make extra money.