Escorts Renting Property

Wed, 12 Apr, 2017

I'm not sure if you heard a news story recently in which an Airbnb rental was turned into a so called brothel? A guy called Colin was renting his property through Airbnb for £85 per night. A booking was made through the website, they messaged him and asked if they could pay cash, which he refused as it broke the rules of the website. He went on to say he found this quite suspicious at the time.

On the day they were due to check out, they text the property owner stating they had had a heavy night and can they checkout a little later? At the bottom of the text message was a name which the property owner decided to Google. He then found pictures and a raft of information pertaining to high class escort services. The owner found adverts of the girls with rates of £1,300 a night.

After he found this information he said he rushed round to the property with a feeling of dread. Entering the property he claims it smelled of wine and perfume. He found used condom wrappers under the bed, the bin was overflowing with tissues and condoms which he then had to pick up and discard himself.

The property owner, worried he could be implicated in a crime contacted the police. The police took his details and issued a crime reference number. He followed it up a little while later and the police said "Well, you may well not hear from us again but we have taken it down as intelligence."

Tips for escorts renting properties

  1. Always give your real name, sounds crazy, maybe but if you give a fake name and something comes on top it looks like you were purposely trying to con the property owner. Plus most working girls use fake names so giving your real name will hopefully avoid the owner pulling information about your work off the internet. Do not give the property owner your working girl name as a simple Google search will reveal your line of work, just like the girl above.
  2. Keep the place tidy and the owner will never know! If you leave tissues and condoms everywhere, let's face it, you're asking for trouble. Take your rubbish with you or make sure you put the rubbish out in a black bin.
  3. Keep it as discreet as possible so you don't alarm neighbours. If I was renting a property I would be asking neighbours to report back to me. It's better to rent, either somewhere busy with lots of people coming and going or somewhere very remote where neighbours are far away. If you rent a house in a small, quiet cul-de-sac, it's bound to draw attention having clients come and go.

In conclusion an escort shouldn't have any problems renting a property as long as business is conducted discreetly and the property is well kept at all times. The key is not to draw any attention to yourself or give the property owner any cause for concern. So many escorts rent property, i'm not surprised the police didn't act on this. There was no breech of the peace and no crimes really committed here.

I'm not sure if you heard a news story recently in which an Airbnb rental was turned into a so-called brothel? A guy called Colin was renting his property through Airbnb for £85 per night. A booking was made through the website, they messaged him and asked if they could pay cash, which he refused as it broke the rules of the website. He went on to say he found this quite suspicious at the time.

On the day, they were due to check out, they text the property owner stating they had had a heavy night and can they checkout a little later? At the bottom of the text message was a name which the property owner decided to Google. He then found pictures and a raft of information pertaining to high class escort services. The owner found adverts of the girls with rates of £1,300 a night.

After he found this information he said he rushed round to the property with a feeling of dread. Entering the property, he claims it smelled of wine and perfume. He found used condom wrappers under the bed, the bin was overflowing with tissues and condoms which he then had to pick up and discard himself.

The property owner, worried he could be implicated in a crime contacted the police. The police took his details and issued a crime reference number. He followed it up a little while later and the police said "Well, you may well not hear from us again but we have taken it down as intelligence."

To listen to Colin discuss this on radio 4 visit //www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08kypz2

Tips for escorts renting properties

  1. Always give your real name, sounds crazy, maybe but if you give a fake name and something comes on top it looks like you were purposely trying to con the property owner. Plus, most working girls use fake names so giving your real name will hopefully avoid the owner pulling information about your work off the internet. Do not give the property owner your working girl name as a simple Google search will reveal your line of work, just like the girl above.
  2. Keep the place tidy and the owner will never know! If you leave tissues and condoms everywhere, let's face it, you're asking for trouble. Take your rubbish with you or make sure you put the rubbish out in a black bin.
  3. Keep it as discreet as possible so you don't alarm neighbours. If I was renting a property I would be asking neighbours to report back to me. It's better to rent, either somewhere busy with lots of people coming and going or somewhere very remote where neighbours are far away. If you rent a house in a small, quiet cul-de-sac, it's bound to draw attention having clients come and go.

In conclusion, an escort shouldn't have any problems renting a property as long as business is conducted discreetly and the property is well kept at all times. The key is not to draw any attention to yourself or give the property owner any cause for concern. So many escorts rent property, I’m not surprised the police didn't act on this. There was no breech of the peace and no crimes really committed here.