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The #1 Marketplace for Film Locations Worldwide

 

Earn fabulous income by renting out your home, shop, property, etc., to filming productions. It's easier than you think.

 

Choose Your Plan

Basic

1 location
25 photos/location
1 project lightbox

$4.95 USD / monthly
$49.45 USD / annually

Bronze

Up to 10 locations
25 photos/location
5 project lightboxes

$19.95 USD / monthly
$189.45 USD / annually

Silver

Up to 100 locations
50 photos/location
50 project lightboxes

$49.95 USD / monthly
$499.45 USD / annually

Gold

Up to 500 locations
50 photos/location
250 project lightboxes

$69.95 USD / monthly
$689.45 USD / annually

 
 

 
 
It was an all around fantastic experience working with this location. The home owners were well aware of the production process and were accommodating hosts. Looking forward to filming here again in the near future.
— Q Media Solutions, on renting / filming at the Schomberg Modern Bungalow listed on LocationsHub.com.
 
 
 
We are currently listed on LocationsHub.com and just got our first job! It was a great experience and we would love to do more of it!
— Shannon Cian, property owner on LocationsHub.com
 
 

 
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Get Noticed by Film Industry

As the largest and deepest location gallery on the market, LocationsHub is the first place filmmakers go to for scouting locations. List with LocationsHub gets your property in front of the entertainment industry easily and quickly.

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Profitable Rental Income

Set your own rate and keep 100% of the income. There's no commission fee for LocationsHub. The daily rate for renting your property for filming is approximately the property's monthly mortgage. Location, production schedule and size may also affect how much your property can earn.

 
 
 
I never thought about anything like this, but it was a big fortune.
— Grace Verzosa Ambat, on renting her Los Angeles home to the "Argo" production.
 
 


 
 
If you love movies, maybe you get that great experience, and that pays its way. I personally love the experience.
— Banks McClintock, on renting his New Orleans house to be a film location for "12 Years a Slave"