Great question! The biggest difference between us and Airbnb is that we selectively partner with our hosts. We verify that all our hosts are experienced property managers. We ensure that all our spaces and our property hosts meet a minimum level of service and quality.
As a part of any stay you book with us, an on-location host meets with you once you’ve arrived to your new city. This allows you to fully settle in, whether on a business trip or living in a new place for a new experience. Behere helps you to live more like a local and connect with the community and people. Our location hosts provide a friendly face when moving to a new city, and our workspace and fitness partners have communities to connect with.
We like to keep everything simple and transparent. In order to cover our costs, we charge one simple service fee. This includes all the costs associated with your stay, like platform fees, processing fees, service fees, etc. We have a strict and vetted onboarding process for our hosts and listings, and ensure that you are provided only quality stays. This also includes the costs associated with supporting your local city host.
We also offer a paid membership option that removes the service fee entirely for only $990. No more fees on any stay. This makes economic sense if you find yourself traveling between multiple places during the year. You only have to pay once per year and we take care of the rest!
Regardless of which option you choose, you will have access to our city hosts anytime you book a stay with Behere.
We will provide you with all the contact information you need to get in touch with anyone in our partner network. Most of our partners and city hosts are available via email and many are also available via WhatsApp. You can also contact us anytime with questions, or if you are having trouble reaching one of our partners!
Behere does not provide jobs, online or in locations, but we do want to help more people live flexible lifestyles so we’ve created resources found on our Resources page. There you will find ways to approach your boss about remote work, websites to find remote work, and tips for freelancing and working remotely.