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    To find cancellation and refund options, go to your dashboard. Reservations eligible under our extenuating circumstances policy may be canceled before check-in without penalties or impact to your Superhost status.

    What's a co-host?

    Co-hosts help listing owners take care of their home and guests.

    A co-host is someone the listing owner already knows. They are usually a family member, neighbor, trusted friend, or someone the host has hired to help with the listing.

    Hosts and co-hosts agree on who's responsible for what, how much of the reservation income will go to the co-host, and how the co-host will be reimbursed for expenses.

    If you're interested in becoming a co-host and you know someone who already hosts on Airbnb, you can suggest they add you as a co-host. Or, for people who aren’t hosting yet but are interested in doing so, you can help them list their space and add you as a co-host.

    To learn more, read about what co-hosts can do and how to add a co-host to your listing.

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