Before proceeding with reading this article, it is necessary that you know the concepts below:

When accessing the pricing area of your listings and loading the AirDNA data, you will have some numbers on the screen.
These numbers represent the average daily rates practiced in the region during the month on Airbnb listings similar to yours.

The orange line represents how the amount of your practiced daily rates is in relation to the market, which is represented by the blue line and this serves for you to make a comparison between the numbers.
This price is based on your rate plan with the lowest minimum stay added to the amount of the proportional cleaning fee to the number of nights.
See an example below:

Minimum stay = 3 nights

Daily rate = R$ 100,00

Cleaning fee = R$ 150,00

The result will be R$ 150,00: R$ 100,00 refers to the daily rate + R$ 50,00 (resulting from 150/3 nights).

Now that you know how to interpret the graph, start using this information during the registration of the daily rates!

If you are having difficulty using the indicators, take a look at the link below for some tips: