Posts Tagged ‘space for rent’

Private Space For Rent Listings – Completey Free

March 10th, 2014 Comments off

You have always been able to register your “Space Wanted Listings on SpaceOut for Free, but for the last couple of years we have been charging a small monthly fee for Private Space for rent listings (and slightly more for Commercial Space for rent Listings). Over the last few months or so, we have noticed […]

Try SpaceOut for Free

December 23rd, 2013 Comments off

FREE 2 Month Trial…. and earn some extra cash in 2014 Traditionally January is the busiest time of the year for Self Storage.  Many people tend to spend time over Christmas tidying, sorting and preparing for the year ahead – so if YOU have a spare room, garage, shed, parking spot, office, hall, backyard, or […]

Sharing and Caring – SpaceOut & Collaborative Consumption

May 20th, 2012 Comments off

SpaceOut was included in an excellent feature story by feature writer Mike Bruce,  in the “U On Sunday ” Magazine lift out from today’s  Sunday Mail Newspaper (Qld).  The article  “Sharing and Caring” was focused on one of the latest consumer trends sweeping the world – Collaborative Consumption. The theory of Collaborative Consumption suggests we […]

SpaceOut Listing Fees – When, Why and How

August 31st, 2010 Comments off

From 1 September 2010 we have introduced a fee of $6 per month for Space for Rent listings (although Searches, Membership and Space Wanted listings are all still completely free). Spaceout has always been outstanding value (we think that it still is),  and  we have always wanted our service to be used by (and useful […]

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5 Great Reasons to Rent your Office Space

July 22nd, 2010 1 comment

One of the biggest decisions many small businesses inevitably face as they grow, is whether to buy or lease their business premises and office space.  Although buying and owning your own office space may have some advantages, in these times of economic uncertainty and with steadily increasing property prices, buying can be prohibitive for many […]

Co-working – Innovative use of shared office space for small business

March 14th, 2010 6 comments

If you are a home based small business, but miss the day to day interaction and collaboration with colleagues or co-workers, then the concept of shared office space, or co-working might be just what you need. What is Co-working Space? Co-working space, is essentially a shared office environment where professionals and freelancers (often, but not […]

Sunday Times (Perth) – Shed a nice little earner

February 9th, 2010 Comments off

Last Sundays Perth Newspaper – The Sunday Times ran an article by Hayley Bolton about how Perth Home and Business owners are making up to $500 a month renting out their spare space. Shed a nice little earner Empty driveways, garages and sheds around Perth are being turned into cash cows. Scores of people are […]

Aussie Homes are now the Biggest in the World

November 30th, 2009 Comments off

It’s official – Australian homes are now the largest in the world – 6% bigger than the average US home,  and amazingly nearly three times larger than the average home in the UK. Data released yesterday by Commsec shows that over the last 20 years, the average size of a home in Australia has increased […]

Media Release: Nation-wide survey finds the most expensive space in Australia

November 10th, 2009 Comments off

Huge price variations – some more than 100% – have been highlighted by SpaceOut in their latest Australia Wide Self Storage Price Survey. The new nation-wide survey reveals some shocking results, with the most expensive storage facilities (in Sydney) charging more than $800 a month for a single garage sized space. The new survey data […]

A Current Affair : Turn Your Castle into a Cash Cow

September 25th, 2009 Comments off

SpaceOut was featured in – Turn Your Castle into a Cash Cow on tonight’s  A Current Affair program on Channel Nine. The story covered a range of opportunities to make money out of your home. House Swap – If you’re planning a holiday, you don’t have to necessarily pay out of your own  pockets for […]

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