What is the pacing factor? The pacing factor is a market factor like seasonality and demand which is calculated on a market level (E.g. Miami, Boston, London, etc). The pacing factor takes into account the growth trend, for a given market, during the ...
How should you price compared to your competition?
We sometimes get requests from our customers asking if it would make sense to have their pricing/rates always hover at the median price (or some other percentile to reflect their home's desirability) of the comparable neighborhood market. While ...
Different Prices on Your Calendar - Tooltip Explained
Whenever you hover over any date on your calendar (single listing or multi-calendar), you will see a tooltip. This tooltip will help you understand how every rate in your calendar is calculated along with the customizations applying to that date! ...
How can I see prices for unavailable dates?
Our default settings show unavailable (blocked/booked) dates as blanks in grey color on the calendar. If you want to start seeing prices for unavailable dates, you can go to Account >> Settings, expand the Advanced Settings section and turn on the ...
How Are the Price Recommendations Calculated?
Our algorithm considers a number of factors, some inputs and settings that you can control, and our data-driven analytics layered on top of it. When you review prices for a listing for the first time, We estimate a base price for the listing you ...