What to Do Once Your Booking is Complete

By Becca Chiaravalle

If you’ve landed on this page, you’ve probably received your first booking, and we are super excited for you!

You might be asking yourself, what’s next? Well, don’t worry. You’ve only got three easy steps left, and we’ve outlined it for you below. Let’s get started!

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Review space renter

Time to review your renter!

You’re going to be asked to give your renter a rating between 1 and 5. You can also provide comments during this part. It’s tempting to skip this section, but remember that this is important as it is used by future/other space providers. You might even check out the ratings of different renters next time you get a request too!

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Release security deposit

You will also need to go in and release the security deposit that was charged to the renter when the booking process started. You can find this under spacetogether.com/space-bookings under “actions” when the booking is complete.

Please don’t forget this step because it’s super important!

Loose ends

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You’ve accomplished the hardest parts! Now, it’s time to tie up those loose ends. You've ensured that you've reviewed the space renter and given back the security deposit, so now it's time to repost your space in preparation for the next renter!

Before you go

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Thank you for entrusting us with helping you during your space sharing process, and congratulations on your booking! As always, please feel free to reach out to us with any questions that you have.

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