Pricing at Houfy

Houfy
5 months ago
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1 min read

HOUFY will stay free for basic listings!

Paid services for 2021 and beyond: to be clarified later in 2021

Premium listings (Min bid $10 per month 2-4 spots/per location)

A premium listing significantly increases your chances to be seen. You can expect to pay around $10-20 a month depending on your location. You will have to keep renewing your bid monthly if you want to hold onto the benefits of the upgrade.

  • The property will be highlighted in another color that stands out.
  • Your listing will be shown at the top of the search results as well as being amongst all the other properties, meaning double exposure!
  • Premium listings improve attention and click-throughs by 50%.
  • Chances to be seen on our homepage and/or destination pages if available.
Embed tools package ($59 per year)
Get included in weekly Houfy e-mails (Min Bid $20)
Website creation - Self Host ($69 a year) / Houfy hosts ($99 a year) - Click here to view samples.

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Do you accept CC payments from guest, after verifying the card? How guest provide CC info?. How you send collected payment to host owner ?

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a year ago

Hi Mario,


Please review this article regarding accepting payments on Houfy.

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a year ago

I am glad that you have implemented a way to monetize this while being very useful for free!

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8 months ago

What do you mean by HOUFY host.

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8 months ago

Hi, I am just in the middle of joining... I want to manage the payments myself and have flexibility on pricing. so I can take payments in US dollar or UK sterling as required. Id mainly like my listing to show in US dollars which is how I have set my base rates, buy I am living in the UK so on my preview its showing in £ sterling any tips & comments will be greatfully appreciated. New to this Thanks

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7 months ago
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