“CY May” (or any month) stands for Current Year.
The CY column is indicating what your occupancy is so far for the month in question. So if you are looking at May on February 1, it will tell you how much of May is already booked as of February 1. If you are looking on May 10, it will show you how much of May is booked as of May 10.
Note that for this statistic (and all statistics on the Overview page) the actual stay nights are what is calculated, irrespective of checkin or checkout or billing. As a result this may not line up with certain accounting or PMS programs, which might attribute an entire stay to the month in which check-in or checkout happens. This is intentional–the purpose of Overview is to assist you in managing pricing and occupancy to drive better performance, and the actual stay dates are most helpful for that.
CY is calculated as Occupied nights / (Available Nights + Occupied Nights). It excludes owner blocks or maintenance unavailability.
"LYTD May" (or any month) stands for Last Year to Date.
LYTD highlights how many bookings (or revenue) you had for this period at this time last year. So if you are looking at May in on February 1, it will tell you that last year, how much you had booked already as of February 1 but in the prior year. It is an excellent point of comparison to make sure you are getting bookings on “pace”.
LYTD is calculated as Occupied nights / (Available Nights + Occupied Nights). It excludes owner blocks or maintenance unavailability.
The Market Average is the equivalent of CY or LYTD for this year. That is, it tells you how your comparables are booking up, as of this day for the period in question. So if you are looking at May on February 1, Market Average is the occupancy of your comparables as of February 1 for May stays. The Market Average is calculated from data scraped from Airbnb and Homeaway, in the same way as LYTD and CY: Occupied nights / (Available Nights + Occupied Nights).
"LY May" (or any month) stands for Last Year.
The LY column shows how you ended the whole month last year. So if your LYTD May is at 50%, and your LY is at 80%, that means that as of this date last year, you had 50% occupancy, but when the month had passed, you actually ended up with 80% occupancy. This implies you might expect to pick up 30% more occupancy this year.
Rev CY is booked revenue for the period in question as of today, so this year so far. This only includes nightly revenue, not fees (cleaning fees, etc.) and is pulled directly from your PMS.
Rev LYTD is booked revenue as of this date last year, so you can compare this year’s progress to last years.
Rev LY is how much revenue you generated from this property in total for the month in question last year. So if you’re looking at May as of February 1, you might see $2,500 as Rev CY, Rev LYTD as $2,200 (you’re $300 ahead of where you were last year), and Rev LY as $5,000 (so you have $2,300 to go).
Occ Past 30d shows what occupancy is new in the last 30d. For example, 10% would indicate 3 nights were booked for the month in question during the trailing 30 days.
Rev Past 30d shows the revenue booked in the last 30 days.