Airbnb’s 2016 Growth — and the effect of regulation

Many people have been asking questions about how fast Airbnb is growing, and whether regulations enacted by cities like San Francisco and New York, which cap the number of nights allowed for rent, are affecting that growth. We used our data to take a look at 2016 listing growth within mature U.S. markets (defined as … Continued

Everbooked Goes Pro!

We have some exciting news to share with you today. Over the last eighteen months, we’ve seen incredible growth and success with our market analytics tools (Comparable Properties and Market Reports). We’ve built relationships with many satisfied clients, including most of the biggest names in the vacation rental industry. We’ve decided to focus 100% of … Continued

3 Ways Vacation Rental Owners Can Use Guest Data to Increase Bookings

There is no denying that all types of businesses are increasingly looking to real data to up their marketing efforts, and this is no different in the travel sector. When it comes to achieving the edge over their competition, a Forbes study recently revealed that 67% of travel executives have done this using customer engagement … Continued

VRMA National 2016 Takeaways

A few weeks ago, from October 16th until the 19th, we were at the VRMA National conference. What’s VRMA, you may have just asked yourself? Well, it’s the Vacation Rental Managers Association, sometimes pronounced “Verma” after one too many drinks. Alcohol and acronyms don’t mix. We found ourselves in the middle of the desert: Chandler, … Continued

Meet In Person @ VRMA Denver – April 4 & 5

​ Ever wonder what team Everbooked looks like? David, our CEO, and Jason, our Partner Engineering Manager, will be at the VRMA West conference, which runs April 4-5 in Denver, Colorado. We’ll be at booth 19 – we’d love if you could stop by and say hello! We’re be doing a giveaway for a free … Continued

The State of Airbnb Hosting Report

Since we started Everbooked, our guiding principles have always been the same: collect and disseminate information about the Sharing Economy in ways that are useful for that community. That’s why we first created our Automatic Pricing engine to help hosts price their listings. Everything we’ve done since then is to further this goal. Today, we’re … Continued

Super Bowl Doesn’t Always Mean Super Prices

With the Super Bowl only days away, we’ve been watching data roll in for the San Francisco Bay area with great interest. The correlation between prices and occupancy when it comes to events is exciting, but when it comes to massive events like the Super Bowl? Well, that’s super-exciting. The Bay Area is expecting around … Continued

Fees! To Charge or Not to Charge

We invited Jim Breese of LearnAirbnb to share some insights and tips about what to do with fees – a question we get a lot from our users…   New and seasoned Airbnb hosts can get tripped up when it comes to a particular fee they can charge on Airbnb.  What is it?  Should I charge … Continued