How It Works
As a landlord or property manager, your first priority is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for your tenants. At SubletAlert.com, we monitor Airbnb daily. If we find a tenant illegally subletting one of your properties, we'll quickly notify you by e-mail.
We monitor Airbnb continuously, including nights and weekends and check whether your units are being subleased
If we find one of your units listed on Airbnb, we send you an email alert within 24 hours of the listing going live
On our website, you can manage all the listings we’ve flagged for you. We help you make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
If you cancel the service during the first 30 days, we will give you a full refund. Billing is month-to-month after that and you can cancel at anytime
We are a group of property managers with over 50 years of collective experience in the field. In our professional lives, we get fulfillment from helping create and enabling safe, thriving communities.
We got fed up with some of the "bad apple" tenants abusing Airbnb and subletting against the terms of their lease. It put other tenants at risk, violated our insurance policy, and was a very tedious time suck.
We built SubletAlert.com so that other property managers could benefit from our expertise in this area
YEARS OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
Our vast experience in the field enables us to operate a best-in-class Airbnb monitoring service
CITIES WE'VE LAUNCHED IN
We're live in the biggest urban centers, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Miami, DC and many others
ILLEGAL SUBLETTERS CAUGHT
Since launching in 2014, we've helped property managers find countless tenants who were illegally subletting, thereby violating the terms of their lease and putting other residents at risk
The subscription cost is per building per month, with the price for each building dependent on the number of units in the building.
Discounts are available for large orders - contact us at email@example.com
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