When you rent out your driveway in Edinburgh through easyParking, you can enjoy payments for bookings within minutes - no more waiting for monthly payouts.
Are you thinking about how to make money from your home? With easyParking, all you need is a parking space in Edinburgh. Rent it out and enjoy passive income.
You are probably wondering how much commission does easyParking take from your parking space in Edinburgh. The great news is that we only take 10% commission.
EV charging points As electric cars get more popular, EV charging points are still hard to find in Edinburgh. So rent out your EV charging spot to make money.
Car and caravan storage Not all drivers can park their cars and caravans long term where they live. They could be parking in your parking space in and around Edinburgh.
Rent your driveway Having a driveway is becoming a luxury. But, on the other hand, if you have a driveway, renting it out could turn it into a money-making machine.
Caravan parking People visiting Scotland and Edinburgh in their caravan are looking for spaces to park, and yours could be the one they book.
Rent your garage space You could turn your garage into a valuable asset. List your garage and rent it out to drivers coming to Edinburgh.
Hospital parking You may not realise that having a parking space near a hospital, dentist, health centre, or GP can be valuable and make you money.
Register for free on easyParking and join others, like Katrina, who are renting out their parking spaces in Edinburgh.
Download our iOS or Android app to list your car parking spot in Edinburgh or use our website. You can manage and edit your parking space, including the price and availability.
Drivers are looking for suitable parking spaces in Edinburgh for their cars, motorbikes, SUVs, caravans and vans.
easy, of course. When you register, you can connect your Stripe account and then list your parking space. When drivers book your space, then you will receive payout instantly and directly to your Stripe account.
Renting out your driveway or garage in Edinburgh would be classed as income. It’s taxed as property income, the first £1,000 in any tax year is tax-free. Income tax is charged over that threshold. If you are not sure about how and if you need to pay income tax, please contact HMRC.