Why am I not already a Superhost?
Becoming a Superhost isn’t easy, as we’ve said – especially if you own multiple investment properties, or even if you simply rent out your own home when unoccupied.
Less than 20% of Airbnb hosts achieve the coveted status. So why don’t the other 80% make it? The biggest factor is not meeting the minimum reservation requirements, followed by the quality of reviews.
While Superhosts often charge a lower nightly rate, they also secure far higher occupancy rates, and higher revenue per room. So ultimately they earn more from their property than non-Superhosts. Dynamic pricing, notably the trade-off between occupancy rates and nightly rates, is crucial not only to increasing revenues, but also to becoming a Superhost. This is where our property team utilises their first-hand knowledge of the rental market to increase your return on investment.
To find out your property‘s earning potential, reach out to our team – or get your free estimated earning potential.Request your calculation