Looking to lease your place out long term?
Want to host guests for short-term stays for extra income?
Sharing or leasing space in your home is a great way to make ends meet, but it can be hard to know where to get started. Whether you are going to lease all or part of your place, or use an app for short or long term stays, this workshop will highlight best practices to better prepare you for being a responsible landlord and sharing your sanctuary with strangers.
Workshop is limited to 20 participants.
About The Hosts:
Erin is an entrepreneur and cultivator of community. For seven years, she built and owned an independent coffeehouse in Richmond, Virginia. She's now owner of HardHat Diplomat, a specialized consulting service created to make the home improvement process more approachable and help homeowners confidently navigate renovations. Erin is experienced in commercial and residential rehabilitation, and is a certified DC home inspector. She is a homeowner, landlady, and Airbnb Superhost. A cultural enthusiast, Erin has traveled to more than 40 countries and spent a decade working in international diplomacy.
Lee is a geographer and community builder. A "third culture kid," she lived in 27 houses in six countries before landing in Washington DC where she built her own tiny house on wheels and started a tiny house community. Founder of Kotierra, Lee shares her expertise as a tiny house consultant, helping communities and cities implement zoning changes for tiny house development and leading workshops for individuals curious about the movement. Previously Lee worked in higher education as both a career advisor and study abroad advisor.