I have a question for you.
Will you consider renting your house during the Lion tour?
You moved out for a week or so, you and in-
The law, or you may spend a week in Fiji or Oz and rent the house to a British or Irish tourist. No? Not keen?
What if I told you would get over $10,000 this week?
If you have the right house in the right place, that's the kind of money we're talking about.
In New Zealand, when we had a big event, we didn't have enough hotels at all, so from the end of June to the beginning of July, there was a shortage of rooms in Auckland, Wellington and Rotorua.
The campers and the camp are also very busy.
It would be cold, wouldn't it?
Camping in JuneJuly.
AirBnb and BookaBach are trying to fill that gap.
I have such friends every year.
They live by the sea, and after Christmas, they rent out the house, which pays for their overseas holidays later this year.
But it is quite strict.
You have to delete everything you personally have.
So, come down and take a look at the photos on the outer cover of Aunt Marge and cat, you need to clean up your wardrobe, drawers and bathroom cabinets.
The fridge needs to be empty and the pantry is empty, unless you're happy for guests to use what they want.
So you basically need to turn your home into a Bach week.
For me, I don't want to be disturbed, it takes a lot of work, I don't like strangers lying in my lounge suite or sleeping in my bed if I'm really honest, but if you have the right home, you're talking about $10,000, which is a good cash.
About 20,000 lion supporters have come here and are likely to compete in every Test match, with 20,000 people in Auckland and Wellington.
But the Lions will also tour England, Christchurch, Dunedin and Hamilton for some Super Rugby teams.
So, would you consider making a profit in the wave of Lions fans coming here?
What is the price?
Or your home, that's it-your home?