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How to apply filters in AirDNA
Written by Tom Williams
Updated over a week ago

AirDNA gives you a vast amount of data to analyze to assist you in your short-term rental journey. In order to get the best insight, it's important to apply filters so the information shown is the most relevant to you. With AirDNA there is a wide range of filters available to help you narrow down both markets, as well as individual listings.

Once you have selected a country to explore from the map view, you will find filtering options at the top of the market overview page:

Market Specific Filters


With the Type filter you can view markets by what kind of market they are, if you were interested in beach locations for example, the Coastal option would give you all the beachside markets in you chosen country.


The Market filter allows you to choose specific markets to analyze, if you had a few markets in mind that you were interested in for example, you can input them here and directly compare them.

Listing Specific Filters


The filters in the Listing option, allow you to narrow your search by the type of property, the number of bedrooms, and more to help you bring up the most beneficial information to your search.

What Properties are Classed as Unique Stays?

Short-term rentals are often more appealing than standard lodging because of the variety of stays available. Unique stays have become very popular, with more and more people looking for accommodation that offers an experience other than just lodging.

To track the performance of these types of listings, you can filter by unique stays, helping you keep track of occupancy, ADR, and revenue for these types of properties.

Below is a list of the types of properties that fall under the category of unique stays:

  • Camper/RV

  • Farm stay

  • Tiny house

  • Campsite

  • Tent

  • Barn

  • Nature lodge

  • Boat

  • Farmhouse

  • Yurt

  • Mobile home

  • Treehouse

  • Dome house

  • Houseboat

  • Earth house

  • Ranch

  • Tipi

  • Castle

  • Bus

  • Hut

  • Shipping container

  • Island

  • Train

  • Tower

  • Other

  • Yacht

  • Lighthouse

  • Cave

  • Caravan

  • Holiday park

  • Shepherd’s hut

  • Igloo

  • Mas

  • Windmill

  • Riad


In the More section you can find extra filtering options for listings, like Price Tier and whether the listings are Professionally Managed or not. These filters are available on the Professional subscription plan and above.

What Are Price Tiers and How Do I Use Them?

We use Price Tiers to segment a market into different pricing categories. With these Tiers, our markets can be broken down into the most relevant market segment based on your research.

How Do We Define Price Tiers?

Listings are categorized under a Price Tier by the number of bedrooms; Tiers are then defined by the performance of the listings' average daily rate over the last 12 months. The properties are grouped under the Price Tiers based on their performance in the ADR they achieved in that timeframe.

We have five Price Tiers: Budget, Economy, Midscale, Upscale, and Luxury. Each Price Tier is segmented equally based on the number of listings in the market.

For example, in a market of 100 properties, each Tier would be made up of 20 listings, from the lowest performing at 1 to the highest performing at 100.

Using the same example, the 100 listings ADR ranges from $100 to $1,100.

Budget properties: 20 listings with an ADR from $100 to $300

Economy properties: 20 listings with an ADR from $300 to $500

Midscale properties: 20 listings with an ADR from $500 to $700

Upscale properties: 20 listings with an ADR from $700 to $900

Luxury properties: 20 listings with an ADR from $900 to $1,100

As more properties come into the market, they will be allocated a Price Tier depending on the ADR they achieve.

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