We run our reports every day starting from 7am in your timezone. Depending on the number of users in the same timezone, you may receive your alerts at a later time.
Here is an example of the summary of a daily report. This report was edited for a listing in Brussels, Belgium, with a capacity of 6.
The summary will give you:
- The dates for an hypothetical stay.
- Your rate as it appears to guests (this will not correspond to your base rate).
- Some indicators for your market (max, min, median and average rate).
- Your position in search results.
- The number (or the percentage) of listings available for those dates.
Hypothetical stay ("Jan 10 to 13")
Experienced hosts have a tendency to forget that guests do not book nights: they book stays, with defined dates. Although hosts made an habit of thinking of pricing by altering the rate for each individual night, most of it is not seen by guests as such.
Market reports are generated for an actual stay on the basis of your calendar availabilities within the next few months, taking into account your calendar requirements (minimum and maximum nights, mandatory check-in dates).
Your rate per night ("€237")
Your rate is composed as such:
- Your base nightly rate
- Cleaning fees, spread across the entire stay.
- Additional guests fees if applicable.
If applicable, this rate will also include occupancy taxes if they are collected by Airbnb.
However, the rate doesn't include Airbnb service fees, as charged on the guest or on the host, as it may be variable depending on the guest or the host country.
Competitors' rates (min, max, median, average)
Similar to your rate, your competitors rates will also include Airbnb service fees, cleaning fees and additional guests fees.
There is no filters during the search: the competitors rates include every listing, including private rooms, entire flats and shared rooms, or whether they have Instant Book or not.
All indicators are based upon the rates of the first 350 listings. Although most indicators should be self explanatory, we would like to remind the median indicates that half of listings are cheaper that this rate, and the other half is more expensive.
In addition, you will also see the progression of those indicators compared to the day before.
If your listing is placed in the first 350 search results, you will find here your ranking position. This is the ranking position in which most users, and all new users in particular, will see your listing appearing during their first search. Once they look at an individual listing, their search results will be affected to "match" them.
If you are not in the first 350 search results, you will see a red cross (❌). Please have a look on this page for additional explanations.
In addition, you will also see the progression of your ranking compared to the day before.
Available listings ("/518" or "/54%")
The number at the left of your ranking is the number of listings available. For example, for a stay from January 10 to January 13, this listing is in 21st position amongst 518 listings available at this time.
If that number is greater than 1000 you will see a percentage. Airbnb will not give the precise number of listings, but will instead give a percentage of listings available. For example, if you report says "21 / 54%" this means you are in 21st position, that more than 1000 listings are available, and 54% of all listings ever created in your area are available for bookings.
We know you might be curious about the top listings in your area. You might be lucky to be amongst them, and if not, your probably want to learn about their marketing and availabilities.
For that reason, the first 4 listings for each possible stay will be given with some details. You can click on the listing's name for further information.
In particular, this allows you to have a look at new listings in your area.
In this example, one listing has "0 reviews" but is not new: their boosting period as a new listing has expired.