Each booking site offers different commission structures. Booking.com charge a host commission (~15%) on the rate you set, whereas Airbnb offers the option to a. split the commission between the host (3%) and the guest (6–20%), or b. for the host to pay all the commission (14%). VRBO (Homeaway) charge 5% commission to hosts and 4% to 9% to guests.
When connecting to an official partner like Uplisting (and depending on your location, Airbnb changes the commission structure to be 15% of the rate you set. The guest is not charged any fee. See our ultimate guide to Airbnb service fees
Easy. You set the rate you want to on a nightly basis (we call that your take-home rate) and Uplisting will work out the commission calculation for you prior to syncing with Airbnb, Booking.com and Vrbo (HomeAway).
Uplisting defaults the markup added to each booking site, however, you have control over this and can set whatever markup (or markdown) you want.
Learn how to set custom booking site markups here
- Update your base rates (under the pricing tab on your property settings, see here
- Set a spot rate by selecting the take-home rate directly on the calendar (eg. select 400 in the image above)
- Update rates in bulk (over multiple dates and properties)
You will notice a 'hidden rows' button on the right-hand side of the calendar toolbar. Selecting this allows you to show and hide booking site rates (and other information), as shown below.
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