- Posted by Editorial Staff
- On April 26, 2015
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Hello again from Belfast property startup, Quid Pro! We are so pleased to announce that we are partnering with Northern Ireland Property News in launching an exciting new advertising campaign. You can check out Quid Pro ads in the ‘for sale’ and ‘for rent’ sections of the illustrious Northern Ireland Property News site which boasts more than 400,000 unique visitors a month.
Live on Northern Ireland Property News!
Of the exciting new partnership, Quid Pro founder Catherine McCabe said “We are delighted to announce that our Quid Pro ads will be live on the Northern Ireland Property News website in just a few days. It is one of the most frequently visited sites in the property sector with 400,000 unique hits a month, and we are looking forward to showcasing our unique brand and business concept through this high profile medium…. we look forward to successfully matching Belfast properties with short-term guests from as far afield as China, India, the USA and Russia…”.
Quid Pro concept
The Quid Pro concept is utterly unique but very simple; in that it takes advantage of the sharing economy to help keyholders and property owners all over the world make the most profit from their properties.
Quid Pro add a new, original dimension to the “for sale”, and “for rent” options that have traditionally been available to landlords and keyholders. Quid Pro offer landlords the chance to share in the profits of the burgeoning property “sharing” economy by sourcing short-term guests to “rent” their properties in the short-term. It is a “win-win” for both guest and property owner as the guests will be paying much less than the average hotel booking costs, whereas the property keyholder will be making much more than the average yield from a residential tenant.
What Quid Pro do
Quid Pro take a 10% administrative fee for finding short-term guests and managing their whole customer experience from check-in, to key exchanges and customer queries management, which is well worth paying as market research suggests that properties being “rented” by short-term guests can generate as much as 400% more rental yield, when compared to the profits made from a residential tenant.
It is a first for Northern Ireland, and the fast growing success of property startup Quid Pro is great news for the tourism and services sectors across Northern Ireland.
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