Short Term Rental Licences per Country

Some countries and regions have specific licenses for short term rentals while others have general business or taxation numbers to help identify the operator of a rented property to the renter. We've put together some links to site that may help you in your country. This is general information and you should get professional advice if you are unsure. - Afghanistan - Aland Islands - Albania - Algeria - American Samoa - https://wiki.lodgecompliance.com/American_Samoa (https:/...

Business Numbers

Governments around the world are clamping down on unauthorized accommodation rentals. Many countries require you both to be registered as an accommodation provider as well as to have your permit number displayed on your advertising and listings. Nomad Stays needs your public number to display on your listing. Depending on the rules of your region you could have a choice as to which number to provide. - If you have a specific ‘lodging’ or ‘tourist accommodation’ permit then this numb...

How do I get started?

How do I get started? As soon as your Stay is accepted as we'll kick off a straight forward registration process. Step 1 - Register your Stay Step 2 - Allocate some Rooms to us to sell Step 3 - Set your Prices Step 4 - Upload somee Photos Step 5 - Complete the Basic Details of your property

How do I list multiple Stays

Listing Multiple Stays To list multiple sites under your Stay Account please: - Register your account and first property at Register Your Stay (https://www.nomadstays.co/register-your-stay) - Send us an email with the names of the other properties We'll create them for you and add then to your account. After that you'll be able to see them in your dashboard at Your Stays (https://www.nomadstays.co/stayadmin/your-stays)

What size photos should I upload?

What size photos should I upload? Stay Pictures All Stay images should be in Landscape format 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels in jpg format. - Landscape - 1920 x 1080px - jpg - This is a common size on the internet that follows the 16 x 9 dimensions that most cameras take photos at. (The width of the photo is 16 times wide and the height 9 times high. Which also means the height is 9/16 = 56.25% of the width) Host Pictures Your Host images however are in Portrai...