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Vacation Rental Cleaning Costs in Hawaii Q3 2020

December 12, 2020

Because our company was founded in the beautiful state of Hawaii, we hold it close to our hearts. But it is no wonder why almost everyone in the world feels the same way about this tropical island chain. Hawaii is home to a wide array of natural beauties, rich cultural experiences, and vacation rental cleaning. […]

Because our company was founded in the beautiful state of Hawaii, we hold it close to our hearts. But it is no wonder why almost everyone in the world feels the same way about this tropical island chain. Hawaii is home to a wide array of natural beauties, rich cultural experiences, and vacation rental cleaning. As the new year approaches, let’s dive into some of the latest Airbnb cleaning data from Hawaii.

Hawaii Cleaning Costs Q3 Infographic

As with the previous infographics and blogs, this infographic was created using a compilation of data from the TurnoverBnB Marketplace. When you need to find new Airbnb cleaners, the TurnoverBnB Marketplace is the perfect place to find them. Before we head to the beach, let’s review the infographic.

Short Term Rental Cleaning Costs in Hawaii Q3 2020 Infographic by TurnoverBnB.

This infographic has two main sections. These sections include the Cleaning Cost Average and Historical Average. In these sections, the price of vacation rental cleaning is overviewed. Furthermore, the changes in cost are discussed throughout both sections.

Hawaii Cleaning Cost Averages

This section of the infographic covers three different types of short-term rental properties. The three different types include one, two, and three-bedroom properties. The cost of cleaning a one-bedroom property is $71.93. This price declined from the previous quarter by a little more than six percent. Next, two-bedroom properties dropped to an average of $113.33. This was a seven percent decrease from Q2 2020. Lastly, three-bedroom properties in Hawaii cost $142.50 to clean on average. It is difficult to blame one specific factor for influencing the price, but cleaning during COVID-19 may be a factor in the changes in price throughout 2020.

Historical Average

The final section of the infographic is a line graph that represents the cost of vacation rental cleaning in Hawaii from Q3 2019 to Q3 2020. Each line represents a different size property. One-bedroom properties, represented by the yellow line, had a gradual change from each quarter. The cost declined from Q3 2019 until slow rising into the second quarter of 2020. Finally, it made a steady decline into the present quarter.

Two-bedroom properties, represented by the dark blue line, made a slight decrease at the beginning of the year. Then, the cost saw a dramatic increase moving into the next quarter. The cost peaked in Q2 of 2020 and finally began to level out moving into the present quarter. Lastly, three-bedroom properties saw a similar trajectory. The cost decreased at the beginning of the year but then continued to rise gradually until Q2 of 2020. This line graph should help you visualize trends in pricing as an Airbnb cleaner or Airbnb host. Now, let’s get into the more relaxing side of the article.

Surfboards outside property in Maui. Photo by Kvnga on Unsplash.

Travel and Cleaning in Hawaii

If you read the previous article on Hawaii, you are familiar with various hotspots for tourism in Hawaii. Specifically, we spoke of the lively island of O’ahu. However, in this article, we are going to focus on the Valley Isle of Maui. Unlike O’ahu, Maui is less urbanized and is home to a vast expansion of countrysides and forests. Between the towering mountain of Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains lies a land full of life and beauty. Go deep into the tropical forest on the Road to Hana where you can stop and see waterfalls along the way.

As a vacation rental cleaner in Hawaii, you must be prepared to deal with sand and mud. Equipping yourself with a trustworthy vacuum is essential to success in the vacation rental cleaning industry in Hawaii. Specifically, find tools that will help you reach under small, hard-to-reach surfaces in the property. The most important thing is to lay down the guidelines for your guests. Prevent messes from happening by asking guests to keep beach and hiking supplies outdoors. It is customary to remove your shoes when entering homes in Hawaii. We hope this information was helpful. Until next time, Mahalo and Aloha!

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