Get free data for any short-term rental market in the world. Discover which countries or regions are going up or down. With the World STR Index, you can track short-term rentals around the world and show metrics starting 2020, up to next 1 year. This data is refreshed monthly.

Performance Of Markets Around The World

The STR Index Dashboard has three sections, “Compare”, “Trend” and “Pacing”.
  1. Compare ➝ Compare Year over Year metrics (Number of Active Listings, Occupancy, RevPAR and ADR)
  2. Trend ➝ Visualize how the trend for certain metrics (Number of Active Listings, Occupancy, RevPAR and ADR) has changed over the last few years
  3. Pacing ➝ Compare how the market is doing for the upcoming year in comparison to the last year for the metrics – Occupancy, ADR, RevPAR.

Use “Country” and “Region” filters (present on top-right) to review the performance of STRs in that area.

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STR Index Glossary

Find out what key terms mean



ADR (Average Daily Rate):

At a market level, ADR represents the average rate at which rental units are rented per day across a specific market (such as a city, region, or country). It’s calculated by adding the rental rates of all units rented in that market during a specific period, then dividing by the total number of rented unit days in that period. This provides an understanding of the average pricing in the market for a single day.

Occupancy Rate:

In the context of a market, the occupancy rate refers to the proportion of all available rental units or properties in a specific area that are currently rented or occupied. It’s usually expressed as a percentage. This rate indicates the overall demand for rental properties within that market. A higher occupancy rate generally suggests a strong rental market with high demand, while a lower occupancy rate can signal an oversupply of properties or reduced demand.

RevPAR (Revenue Per Available Room):

On a market level, RevPAR signifies the average revenue generated per available rental unit per day in a specific market over a certain time period. This is calculated by multiplying the market’s ADR by its occupancy rate. RevPAR on a market level allows for an evaluation of the market’s overall efficiency in terms of pricing and occupancy. It gives an estimate of the earning potential of rental units considering the current market demand and pricing strategies.

Last 12 Months (Solid gray line):

This line represents historical data, charting the performance of short-term rentals over the preceding year, broken down on a month-by-month basis.

Next 12 Months (Solid red line):