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How often is AirDNA's data updated?
How often is AirDNA's data updated?
Written by Tom Williams
Updated over a week ago

AirDNA has many valuable data points and metrics to help you understand the short-term rental industry. To ensure the information is as beneficial as possible, our data updates at different times over 30 days.

Daily Data Updates

As a short-term rental host, seeing daily market change is invaluable when pricing your property. Data in our Smart Rates™ is updated daily to ensure that you are ahead of the curve and have the optimal pricing strategy for your property. If you are using dynamic pricing, not only will your rate suggestions update daily with market changes, but if you make a pricing change in your Airbnb calendar, this will be reflected in the rate suggestions the following day.

The Comp Set feature also updates daily, giving insight into how the properties most similar to your own are performing day-by-day, allowing you to action any changes you may need to make to stay competitive.

Knowing what's coming in your market makes navigating booking trends easier and more efficient. Looking at what guests are willing to pay for future days, in the rates section, you can see day-by-day booking performance in your market for the next six months, which is also updated daily.

Weekly Data Updates

Information on Occupancy, ADR, and Revenue updates each week, meaning you can see performance figures by day for the previous week, allowing you to make a detailed assessment of how a market is performing over a recent timeframe. These metrics can also be viewed across different time frames giving you the option to have a more granular view or view data over a longer period of time.

Monthly Data Updates

The remainder of the data points are updated on a monthly basis, this includes our property calculator tool and individual listing information. This larger sample size is very useful for overall market analysis, allowing you to quickly assess the performance of a market or the revenue potential of a property.

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