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Rent your couch, extra room, or home

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Become a host


With Overnight, you're able to choose who you're hosting to. Groups allow you to host to small private networks of people like you. Smart groups are automatially made of your friends Make money while you sleep


Rent rooms through friends

Earn money opening your home to friends and private networks.

$800

Avg / week


Earn when you want

You decide when you want to host and how often. Whether you're hosting tonight or in the future, it's a great way to earn extra money.

Host Friends

Our foundation is built on trust, safety, human connection, friendship, and spontaneity.  Think of your guests as friends and build the community you want within Overnight.

Verifications

Guests can verify their Facebook, Phone Number, Government ID, and Credit Cards in addition to ratings, reviews, and mutual friends. Always ask for more verifications from a guest should you feel the need to.

Support from real people

Get tips about your listing or answers to questions that may arise over the course of hosting. We offer real people, with compassionate support.


Earn extra money to fund what you love to do by becoming a host on Overnight. To host is to open your home to others, who are in many ways, just like you — friends you haven't met yet.


$30 Shared Room in San Francisco, CA

10 Mutual friends • 13 Reviews

$60 Private Room in New York, NY

30 Mutual friends • 3 Reviews

$100 Entire Home in Los Angeles, CA

30 Mutual friends • 3 Reviews

Hosting

How it works

Host from the web or using our iPhone app.


1. Add your listing

Show off photos that make your place look awesome and write a description to go with it.

2. Set your availability

Maintaining your listings availability and keeping it current is a great way to make sure your listing stays high in search results.

If you need any help, we're here for you

3. Guests will find your listing

Let the requests roll in. Once you start getting requests, you'll need to be responsive to hosts otherewise your response rates will drop and you may rank lower in search.

What others are saying


Paste Magazine

"Airbnb might finally have some competition in the Big Apple".

TechCrunch

"Don’t want to pay for a pricey, cookie-cutter hotel? Overnight can hook you up with a local to stay with right away".

Bloomberg

"reminds me of the early days of Airbnb, when using the site meant you were likely to meet interesting folks from the tech world—even the company’s founders".

Huffington Post

"It’s a perfect solution if you happen to find yourself wanting to extend your trip a few extra days after realizing your vacation just shouldn’t end".




Earn extra money to fund what you love to do by becoming a host on Overnight. To host is to open your home to others, who are in many ways, just like you — friends you haven't met yet.