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How to Navigate and Use the Property Analytics Page
How to Navigate and Use the Property Analytics Page

This article aims to explain the different parts of the property analytics page and how to navigate it to serve your needs.

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Written by Adam Williams
Updated over a week ago

Clicking on an investment property on the search results page will take you to the property analytics page, which will include a large amount of data related to the property of your choice, such as its projected returns, expenses, stats, and a number of other information that will be provided.

Property Stats

On the top section of the page, you will be able to see an image of the exterior of the property, as well as the property's information, including:

  • Property's Name, Address, and Source

  • Property's Price

  • Property Size

  • Price/Square Foot

  • Number of Bedrooms

  • Number of Bathrooms

Rental Strategy

On the rental strategy section of the page, you will be able to see a number of useful values and data related to the projected returns of the property for both Airbnb and traditional rental strategies.
This information will include the following (for both Airbnb and traditional):

  • Comparable Rental Income

  • Monthly Expenses

  • Cash Flow

  • Cash on Cash Return

  • Cap Rate

  • Occupancy Rate


This section of the page allows the user to choose their method of financing the property (mortgage or cash).
If you go with mortgage, then you will be able to further customize and specify your choice by selecting the max bid, down payment (number or percentage), loan amount, loan type, as well as the interest rate.


On the expenses section, you will be able to customize and calculate the expenses that are expected to apply on your investment, which will be set by default depending on the area's averages for each expense.

The expenses that are divided into two sections - one time startup costs & recurring expenses.

The one time startup costs are expenses that you will only have to pay upon purchasing the property, and they include:

  • Inspections

  • Total Repair Costs

  • Furniture and Appliances

  • Closing Costs

The recurring expenses are expenses that are expected to keep applying to your investment on a monthly/annual basis, and they include:

  • Insurance

  • Utilities

  • Property Management

  • Property Maintenance

  • Property Tax

  • HOA Dues

  • Rental Income Taxes

Both types of investments will have the option to add a custom expense of your choice, and they will both show a total value for all the expenses on the list.

Annual Calculations

This section at the bottom of the property analytics page will include a table showcasing the projected returns of the property over a period of time, comparing Airbnb and traditional strategies so that the user can decide on the optimal strategy for their investment.

The values on this table can be switched between annual and monthly returns and costs.

The table will include the following values:

  • Adjusted Gross Revenue

  • Total Expenses

  • Cash Flow

  • Startup Costs

  • Investment Payback Balance

Additionally, the Airbnb tab will provide two additional values:

  • Net Rents

  • Airbnb Tax

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