Last updated on January 30th, 2023
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A simple way to calculate your Airbnb revenue is by multiplying the year-round occupancy rate and your average daily rate. If you charge $150/night and achieve a 70% occupancy rate, you will make around $150*0.70*365, which is $38,325 before expenses and taxes.
Currently, there is a lack of good short-term rental (STR) income calculators in the market, and the ones that are available do not clearly show how they calculated the numbers.
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Monthly Expense: You should include 1) repayment portion of mortgage 2) bills and utilities and 3) supplies fee. You should not include cleaning fees. Airbnb guests pay the cleaning fee, so it isn’t included in either ADRs or expenses.
Yearly Expense: You should include 1) property depreciation 2) any other annual recurring fees.
One-off cost is a one-time expense (legal fees, refurbs, transaction fees, mortgage fees etc) you pay when purchasing property and paying for renovations. The one-off cost (combined with the down payment) is used to calculate Cash on Cash return.
In most countries, you need to pay taxes on any profit generated from your properties. However, the way they calculate tax isn’t a flat rate. For example, in the U.K., you won’t have to pay tax on a certain amount of profit at first.
In that case, you can first simulate the profit with 0% profit tax, which will then show you how much your revenue and expenses are. Then, you can calculate yourself around how much % of tax you need to pay from your profit, then put that % in the profit tax section.
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