There’s another easy and hassle-free way to make money is to rent your home as a movie set.
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LocationsHub, for example, enables you to list your place and set your own rate, keeping 100% of the income.
“The daily rate for renting your property for filming is approximately the property’s monthly mortgage,” according to the company’s website.
And you can list pretty much anything: “your home, your second home, your ranch, your three-bedroom ranch, your business, your business condo, parks, car parks, front yards, back yards, junkyards, hotels, motels, inns, B&B’s, airports, carports, boats, boat houses, bedrooms, bathrooms, sunrooms, alleys, alleyways, streets, streetscapes, downtowns, uptowns, creeks, rivers, ditches, you name it,” according to the site.
And there’s a bonus: the property can be occupied so you can still live there while renting it.