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Become a Host in Dublin and let the Hosting Power team take the headache out of hosting
 
Why host with Hosting Power:


► FREE OF CHARGE - Unlike most agencies, our services are FREE for our hosts. By FREE we mean really FREE. There are no hidden charges.


► REGULAR INCOME - We require accommodation for students in Dublin all year long, ensuring you can create a regular income from your room. 


► SELF CATERING - All our students are mature, busy and SELF SUFFICIENT. These students are in Dublin as part of their 3rd Level / Postgrad studies or taking part in Erasmus in Dublin. There is no need for you to look after them or provide any meals as all our accommodation is self catered. All you need to do is provide a room and make them feel at home :)


► STUDENT VETTING - Once a booking request is made, our team completes a thorough ID, document and credit card check on each student.


► HOUSE RULES - To ensure a smooth stay for both the student and the host, we have already set up all the important house rules that your student needs to respect while living in your home (i.e.: no overnight guest policy, no cooking after 10pm).


► FIXED RENTING PERIODS - Our students rent a room in Dublin for an average of 1 or 2 academic semesters, and you will always have notice of their arrival and departure dates before you accept the booking.


► TAX FREE INCOME - We exclusively work with rooms for 3rd Level and Postgrad students in Dublin, so the income earned is free of tax as it falls under the Rent-a-Room Relief Scheme.


What you need to become a Hosting Power host:​


► At least one spare room for a student in Dublin, to be let on a single occupancy basis, that is equipped with a standard comfortable bed and a wardrobe. 


► A clean, safe and well maintained house with a WiFi connection.


► A willingness to welcome and host your student, and to ensure access to the kitchen and to all necessary appliances, including the washing machine.


Apply now to schedule an appointment. 

 

* One of our hosts shared her experience with Hosting Power in an interview with The Irish Times: you can read the article here!