The “superhost” designation on Airbnb is a sign that an Airbnb host has gotten consistently good reviews over at least a year of hosting.
Airbnb checks the status of hosts four times a year to ensure that a superhost badge is still relevant for each host.
Here’s what else you need to know about superhosts on Airbnb.
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Superhost badges are given to experienced Airbnb hosts who have proven themselves to be a cut above the rest, according to the company.

But the prestigious category doesn’t just rely on good reviews: There are other requirements you’d need to meet if you wanted to be a superhost.

Here’s everything you need to know about becoming a superhost on Airbnb.

How to become a superhost on Airbnb

The requirements for the badge are as follows, where you must:

Have hosted for at least 1 year
Completed either 10 trips or 3 reservations with at least 100 nights booked
Kept your response rate at 90% or higher
Have a cancellation rate of 1% or lower (though there are exceptions made under the company’s extenuating circumstances policy)
Maintained an overall rating of 4.8 or higher

Airbnbs are assessed for superhost status on a quarterly basis, beginning on the first …read more

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