Just one that’s on Air (a separate apartment) and another (directly below) that is not on Air but that I manage for the owner. I don’t think I could handle more!
I work from home and like to give as personal an experience as possible if the guests wish interaction. Both are usually booked several months in advance, often with two or three day stays, and I clean both places myself so they take up a lot of time.
So in a way, I sort of wonder about people who have multiple listing on Airbnb and do everything by ‘remote control’. I don’t think I could do that. This being said, although the money is wonderful, I truly enjoy meeting guests and getting to know them so I suspect that having multiple listings is not for me.
There is an Airbnb on the next street and the complex offers (I think) eight listings but what I like about that is that there is an onsite manager and the owner lives locally. I like the fact that guests have someone onsite in case of emergencies or issues. I have read bad reviews of places because something simple has gone wrong, like the internet going down or the loo being blocked, but when there’s someone on site, these can be resolved quickly. Owners who are not local would probably have a hard time dealing with such issues?