Airbnb property management company MadeComfy secures funding from high profile investors and advisors

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Sydney - Jan 05, 2018 - MadeComfy, Australia’s first performance driven short-term rental partner, allows property owners and guests to easily participate in the sharing economy by providing a tech-enabled, end to end management service. Its data driven approach delivers owners 40% or higher returns on their rental income than long-term or self-managed, while guests enjoy a truly unique, high quality experience from their short-term stay.

MadeComfy have announced five (5) high profile investors joining the advisory board, propelling its plans for national expansion.

Cliff Rosenberg – MD LinkedIn Australia NZ & SEA, Rolf Hansen and Peter O’Connell – Co-founders and ex-CEO and ex-Chairman respectively of ASX listed Amaysim, banking executive Hein Vogel – MD Investec Australia, and Manfred Hasseler – entrepreneur & Investor/Advisor to Airtasker, have each made a significant investment in MadeComfy and joined the advisory board.

Cliff Rosenberg said “It is really exciting to be working with the MadeComfy team to create a win-win situation for both property owners and travellers. Doing this at scale presents a huge opportunity and it’s great to see the progress already made by MadeComfy in such a short space of time.”

Co-founder and COO of MadeComfy, Quirin Schwaighofer says “We are proud to have secured such experienced and successful investors and advisors to MadeComfy. They offer phenomenal access to a wealth of talent and experience across multiple business disciplines.”

“Moving forward, MadeComfy will continue to invest in our IT and operational infrastructure to deliver excellence in customer service for our property owners and guests. In addition, the planned roll out of MadeComfy across other major Australian cities is on target for 2017,” said Mr Schwaighofer.

MadeComfy, founded by Sabrina Bethunin and Quirin Schwaighofer was launched in 2015 and has been growing rapidly in the booming sharing accommodation market.

With over 23,000 Airbnb listings and 262,000 guests in 2016, Sydney experienced a 106% year on year growth and is now ranked the world’s 5th largest market for short term rentals.

The MadeComfy business model presents enormous potential for property investors looking for a higher yield and a more flexible rental solution than the classic long-term model offers, with statistics indicating strong growth in the short-term property sector, particularly from the Airbnb market.

For further media information or interview opportunities, please contact:

Nina Jung – Chief Marketing Officer
Phone: 0404 628 887 Email: nina@madecomfy.com.au

MadeComfy is an Airbnb property management specialist committed to providing property owners with the highest quality, hassle-free, hosting service in the market. MadeComfy manages a large, growing number of homes across Sydney, from executive apartments, family homes to luxury properties.

MadeComfy provides an end-to-end management service, which means property owners don’t need to do a thing when they hand over their keys. With significant investment into operational systems, owners can rest assured that MadeComfy’s dynamic pricing and centralised booking platforms will provide them with the highest returns and maximised booking occupancy. MadeComfy also ensures that the experience is first-class for guests, providing a welcome pack and house manual at check-in, 5-star linen, 24/7 support to guests and housekeeping after every stay. MadeComfy also offers a number of styling and furnishing packages to property investors (along with set up), so their property can almost instantly accommodate short-term guests. MadeComfy provides the professional help to make the process of hosting effortless whilst property owners earn the rental income.

 

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