Predicting Airbnb Rental Prices Using Multiple Feature Modalities

12/13/2021
by   Aditya Ahuja, et al.
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Figuring out the price of a listed Airbnb rental is an important and difficult task for both the host and the customer. For the former, it can enable them to set a reasonable price without compromising on their profits. For the customer, it helps understand the key drivers for price and also provides them with similarly priced places. This price prediction regression task can also have multiple downstream uses, such as in recommendation of similar rentals based on price. We propose to use geolocation, temporal, visual and natural language features to create a reliable and accurate price prediction algorithm.

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