After generating the listings report on the integrated statistics screen, you will have access to information from different indicators.
See below what each indicator presented means:
|It is the internal indicator of your listing on the system.
|These are all expenses posted from the [Payable Accounts] screen linked to the listing, regardless of account responsibility or payment status.
It serves to get an idea of the costs generated for the maintenance of the listing in your portfolio.
|It is the total of payments made and confirmed within the search period. It is critical that you complete the system payment flux to have the correct data in your report.
|It shows the difference between debit and credit. Ideally, it should be a positive amount, as it indicates your profit margin.
|It shows the average of recorded reviews during the period selected in the filter. Remember that the maximum amount is 5 stars.
|It indicates your occupancy rate in the period selected in the search.
|It displays the amount of technical tasks posted in the system according to the selected period.
It basically serves to measure the operational work generated by the listing.
Integrated Listings Statistics vs. Occupancy Statistics
On the Integrated Listings Statistics screen, the summary of the occupancy percentage on listings is saved day by day. Therefore, subsequent editing regarding changes of listings vs. reservations will not be considered on this screen. For example, an occupancy result of 60% is considered general, not tracking changes on reservations.
On the other hand, on the Occupancy Statistics screen, the summary of the occupancy percentage on listings is updated according to the current date. That means if there were editing of reservations, such as listings changes, the changes will be considered on this screen. In this case, the occupancy percentage may be higher or lower, which impacts directly on the update of these statistics.