Nashville TN Affordable Local Storage – Host-Renter Matching Service Launched

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Nashville, TN-based business, Stache, have expanded their collaborative storage solution services across the US. The Airbnb-type business matches people looking to rent storage space with those offering it.

Online company, Stache, have launched a collaborative, sustainable storage solution service and are actively recruiting new storage “hosts”.

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Likened to an Airbnb-type service for storage, Stache’s business model is based on matching those looking for safe, secure storage solutions with “hosts” who have extra storage space available to rent out.

The recently launched storage solution service allows hosts to earn money on the side using space they already have on their property, such as a garage, storage shed, workshop, basement, or spare bedroom.

Common storage arrangements used by Stache members include long-term vehicle storage, parking space rental, workshops, craft studios, office spaces for small businesses and entrepreneurs, warehouse storage, art and photography studios, and even living spaces.

The process of becoming a Stache host is quite simple; After creating an account, potential hosts post photos and a brief description of their space, along with the price and applicable features. Hosts will receive a notification when a renter expresses interest, after which the booking and move-in process can be coordinated via Stache’s messaging platform.

Automated billing and payouts mean hosts don’t have to worry about tracking down payments. Earnings are conveniently deposited directly into the host’s bank or PayPal account.

Stache provides insurance coverage for every space, including $1 million in liability coverage and $50K in property damage protection. Factors such as location, size, zoning laws, and safety codes are taking into careful consideration in all storage arrangements.

Offering significantly lower rates than traditional storage facilities, Stache saves its clients an average of 50-80% on their storage costs. The company currently has around two thousand hosts earning approximately $4000-$6000 per year by renting out their unused space.

With $40 billion spent annually on self-storage in the United States, Stache’s business model helps keep profits in the hands of the local community rather than large storage corporations.

A satisfied client said, “Stache has been amazing for us. We made $18,000 last year renting out our extra space to an amazing neighbor running an online business. We’re so glad we could help her out and make some money ourselves.”

For more information on the company and becoming a Stache host, visit

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