Rent a pool?
That’s a good question.
According to a recent report from Airbnb, the company’s rental platform, more than 1 billion people have rented out rooms or apartments for a price of between $500 and $1,000 a month.
But what exactly does that mean?
And, how much is that for?
According to Airbnb, its platform is the only way to get a clear picture of a prospective renter’s income.
With this new data, we can break down the median rental income for each location, as well as look at how it compares to other cities.
To help with this analysis, we took the average monthly rental for each city and combined it with the median income for that city.
Airbnb’s data comes from its website.
To do this, we used the number of listings for the entire city, not just those that are rented out.
That way, we could estimate the average income of the city.
For this analysis we also looked at how much each location has received in tourism revenue.
According the Airbnb data, the average Airbnb listing in the entire country of Mexico has received $9.1 million in tourist revenue.
So, we added that amount to the $500-1,100 average monthly rent for each of the three cities.
And we got the median rent for the three largest cities: San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Here are the results for the largest cities, per capita:In total, Airbnb is providing $2.8 billion in revenue to Mexico annually, and the median home rental price is $1.2 million.
That means, in 2016, there were 5,624,800 homes in Mexico that were rented for less than $500 a month, and 3,927,700 homes in the country that were for less, or $1 million a month in rent.