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Rental listings in Santa Clara increase for Super Bowl 50

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An employee of the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. puts the finishing touches on a replica Super Bowl XLIX football at the NFL Experience Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, in Phoenix. The company set up a production line to manufacture the footballs which are sold to the public at the event. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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An employee of the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. puts the finishing touches on a replica Super Bowl XLIX football at the NFL Experience Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, in Phoenix. The company set up a production line to manufacture the footballs which are sold to the public at the event. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Most hotel rooms near Levi's Stadium have already been scooped up. Those nearby are looking to rent out their property to turn a tidy profit.

Super Bowl 50 is set for February seventh at Levi's stadium in Santa Clara. Tickets to see the Broncos and Panthers play for football's top prize are going for an average of $5,000.

If you've already put forward the money for the big event, that leaves one more task: Finding a place to stay before and after the game.

Most of the nearby hotel rooms have already been snatched up. That's left many turning to local renters on Airbnb for temporary housing.

And those looking to rent out their property could stand to collect a tidy profit.

To help us learn more about how to best utilize the renting process, Take Two's Alex Cohen spoke to David Ordal, CEO of Everbooked, a company that provides pricing and market analytics for Airbnb.
 

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