February Update on One Host, One Home: New York City

As part of our commitment to transparency in New York and part of our community compact, we are releasing updated data on our One Host, One Home policy. This covers the time period between February 1, 2016 and February 1, 2017. Some key facts include:

  • 96 percent of Airbnb hosts who share an entire home have only one entire home listing.
  • Most hosts share their space occasionally. The median nights booked per listing over the past year is 50.
  • The median annual earnings citywide is $5,499 — ­­an economic life preserver for many hosts who are struggling to live in an increasingly expensive city.
  • 88 percent of listings are located outside the hotel district of Midtown Manhattan.