Meet Josh, a Neighbor host Josh works for a local Utah company, lives in American Fork, and makes more than $200/month for his rented garage space.
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Hi, my name is Josh and I’m a neighbor. I’ve had five renters so far and everyone has been fantastic. Everyone’s been really courteous and kind. It truly feels like your neighbor is coming in and just dropping some stuff off and picking it up later. And so for that, it’s been great. I haven’t had any concerns about people coming and storing stuff. And like I said it’s been super easy both from the start all the way through to the end. The shared economy has been established, you got the Ubers and the Airbnbs, and I’m sure 10 or 15 years ago everyone would have thought those ideas were crazy. But it does just make sense. You’ve got all the space, it’s sitting here unused. You know maybe one day I’ll have a boat or something in here but for now, I can store this and rent it out to tenets and it works out for all of us. Anyone who would ask me I’d say absolutely do it. It’s been a great thing for us, it’s been great for the tenets. And I’m sure there’s plenty of people out there with garages and RV pads and everything else, basements, that could use the extra money for their space.