So you’ve decided to start renting out your vacation home. You’ve got your listing up and running, started all of your social media accounts and you’re ready for the bookings to start pouring in. But wait—does your short-term rental have everything it needs to make your business successful?
This is Part II of the Vacation Rental Safety Series. Every month, we’ll show you how to mitigate risk, loss and liability at your vacation rental home with valuable safety tips and ideas.
Ah, fall: The season of warm drinks and crisp air is upon us. For all of its merits, the beginning of fall is bittersweet as many vacation rentals across the U.S. close up shop for the winter. An exciting summer season has come and gone, and that steady stream of income you’ve enjoyed over the warm weather months is drying up.
But not so fast.
While most vacation rental business owners see the off-season as a slog they merely have to survive, it doesn’t HAVE to be that way. There are many ways you can continue to book up your rental long after peak season has passed. By taking advantage of the benefits of off-season travel, you’ll be sure to attract fall travelers on the hunt for a memorable autumn getaway.
Topics: Vacation Rentals
Owning a vacation rental property in a football town is a major home-field advantage for your business come football season.
Topics: Vacation Rentals
We are pleased to announce that Padlifter has ranked the CBIZ Vacation Rental Insurance Blog among the Top 100 Vacation Rental Blogs on the internet.
The beauty of owning a short-term rental in the Digital Age is that vacation rental websites do almost everything for you. Platforms like Airbnb, TripAdvisor and the like make promoting, booking with and managing your vacation rental business a cinch. Most of these platforms also offer insurance coverage at little to no cost to you as a built-in benefit of using their services.
Topics: Liability Insurance
This is Part I of the Vacation Rental Safety Series. Every month, we’ll show you how to mitigate risk, loss and liability at your vacation rental home with valuable safety tips and ideas.
One the most common questions we get from customers who want to rent out their homes to guests is a very understandable one: “I have homeowners insurance, so why do I need vacation rental insurance?” It’s a great question that identifies a need to clarify a misconception in the industry as a whole.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with CBIZ Vacation Rental Insurance Sales Manager Tony Melillo to ask a few burning insurance questions. Tony helped to guide us through the basics of comprehensive coverage and what it should mean to a vacation rental property owner. Read Tony's answer in this Q&A blog...
Did you know In the United States, an estimated 244 million people used social media in 2018, a number forecast to exceed 257 million by 2023. (Statista.com) That's a LOT of potential guests who could be viewing your short-term vacation rental listing! Ready to move the dial for your rental business? Then it's time to get social!