Items are meant to be used
Rent items you need from others and rent your own items to others when they are not in use. While benefiting both parties, you also help the environment. Easy, safe and smart!
People own an infinite amount of items. The majority of these items are used only a few times a year. By renting your own items, everyone has the opportunity to earn extra income. Until now companies have mainly been providing rental items. Companies rent a certain category of items, but it also has a price that is usually more expensive than renting from an individual. Thus, there may be a large demand for your items, depending on certain considerations.
Not everything needs to be owned.
Why buy a drill, ski box or tent if you plan to use it only a few times a year? Buying everything may feel nice because owning stuff feels good and the items are always at hand. In reality, the value of an item decreases over time, it lays around collecting dust when not in use and it takes up unnecessary space that could be utilized in other ways.
Save and rent.
Most often people rent different items from companies, but rarely think that they can also be rented from individuals. Lainappi makes it easy to rent items from private individuals by offering a mobile app that is always within your reach. Open the Lainappi app and see if there are any items nearby that you are looking for your intended use or if there is a demand for items that you own and that you are not actually using, which you could rent.
Rent for money.
When adding a rental offer, we recommend taking good pictures of the item(s) and taking the current season and price into account. As an example, ski equipment may not be rented during the summer. As the owner you decide what you want to rent and for how much. As an owner you can post up to ten rental offers.
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