James Svetec has claimed himself to be one of the world’s top AirBNB experts. That’s a pretty big talk considering that there are lots more others who share the same claim, and even have proof to back up their words. Anyway, he’s also the co-author of “AirBNB For Dummies,” a book that helps people on how they can start and manage their own AirBNB business, even when they don’t have a property of their own. Recently, he also started his own training program, BNB Mastery, where he teaches others how to make a full-time income on Airbnb using other people’s properties. No renting, no buying. This BNB Mastery review will show you if this is the right business model for you, or not.
James Svetec starts his YouTube advertisement with this question. “Are you looking for an opportunity where you can be rewarded for your skills and do work that you truly enjoy doing every single day, and that leaves you free and financially secure? Well, if that sounds like you then here’s what your problem is. You can’t afford the time and energy to go and test unproven systems and try to figure everything out on your own. You need to have a predictable system that gives you freedom and peace of mind over your life and your finances.“
“If you haven’t been able to figure out what that specific opportunity is that’s right for you or you’re worried about starting something new, then you’re not alone,” James says, reassuring you that you’re not the only one who’s been into this predicament. There are actually many others who also wanted to take control of their time, while still earning money. But they didn’t have a good system that can help them achieve this goal. They may have tried other systems being presented on the internet, but none of them may be suitable for their needs. Until now. For example, we have Alicia, who is claimed to be one of James’ students in this program.
Alicia, joined because she desperately wanted more free time to be able to spend with her family. Especially her newborn child. She had a good-paying job in health care but was working almost nonstop. Alicia had no previous business experience. No technical experience. And she didn’t have a clue how to get started. In just 3 weeks of working with James, she had two properties under management. Soon enough, she was able to quit her job. Her new AirBNB business gave her the predictability, stability, and thus the freedom she thought she would never get. By sticking to James’s simple strategies, Alicia landed 10 properties in her first nine months.
James claims that if you want to earn $500, $700, or even $1,000 a month for your AirBNB business, there are 3 steps that you should learn. The first one is figuring out what service you need to offer. Sure, it’s management, but what specifically will you be doing for the client? Pricing optimization is a given. From there, you might just stick to pre-check-in, where you can do everything remotely. Or you might offer full service, where you or someone on your team would need to be able to show up at the property.
The second step is to actually get your first client. After you’ve crafted your offer, you need to figure out where to find prospects, how to reach out, how to achieve a dominant position for your management service to get them to say yes, and how to close the deal and get them under your management. The third step is how you deliver your service. You have to have the right systems and strategies to do this at a high level, and still be able to scale. Surprisingly, a lot of AirBNB managers seem to overlook this part.
“If you can nail those three steps, and I know it’s not easy, but it is really simple, right? There’s not a lot of complexity to it. It’s just a matter of having the right tools and strategies and tips, and that’s why I put the BNB Mastery program together. ‘Cause I wanna really help people grow this business using the right steps and systems and to bypass all the trial and error that comes with figuring it all out by yourself, like I did a number of years ago,” James says as he closes the advertisement. To get James’ help for your AirBNB business, it’s going to cost you either one full payment of $2,000 or five payments of $597. Though I honestly think AirBNB isn’t a good business to get into right now, especially with the pandemic still looming.