Insights and tips on how to protect your property, giving you and your guests peace of mind.
As a result of recent events, short-term vacation rental property owners are challenged to stay relevant and appropriate. Refocusing your attention on your communications by using social media, email, and the classic handwritten letter can help you stay top of mind with future travelers. Even when reservations can’t be made, communicating what makes your property unique and special will help to ensure that when they are ready to travel again your property is the first place they think of.
A picture is worth a thousand words. It can also be worth thousands of dollars in the insurance world. It is so important to have recent photos documenting your short-term rental property in case damage occurs and a claim needs to be filed. To help you achieve the most out of your photography, we interviewed Jill Stuefer, a highly sought-after professional natural light photographer living in the Midwest.
Coronavirus has become an unescapable weight halting the travel and hospitality industry. It has had a devastating toll not only on short-term rental property owners but also the communities they serve. Additionally, Congress enacted the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act of 2020 to provide much needed relief for small business owners, including those in the travel industry.
An unfortunate result of COVID-19 is that cybercriminals are attempting to capitalize on the public’s desire to learn more about the outbreak. And with the majority of the population working remotely due to the coronavirus outbreak, phishing scams are becoming the fastest type of cybercrime. Here are a few reminders of what to look for before opening emails:
In seconds a sunny, warm day may transpire into severe thunderstorms or even a tornado. Unpredictable weather doesn’t give you much notice or time to react. Preparing now helps protect your property and your guests. Create peace of mind this spring by following these simple steps to secure your property for spring weather.
Short-term rental and vacation rental property owners are facing unprecedented times. Working from home has new meaning for every industry including vacation rentals. If done right, you can make the most of this down time to ensure your business and property is ready to go when travel resumes. Here are five ideas to help you make the most of your time.
Having a fireplace or wood-burning stove in your vacation rental property creates a cozy ambiance and inviting aroma that guests love. While fireplaces and wood-burning stoves are popular features for vacation rental properties, they’re also among the leading causes of home fires. Fortunately, you can reduce the risk of fires this winter and let your guests enjoy these amenities with a little preparation and a few precautions.
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CBIZ Vacation Rental Insurance, a division of CBIZ Insurance Services,Inc., is the largest insurer of short-term vacation rental properties in the United States. As part of an $850 million New York Stock Exchange traded company (CBZ), we are the first broker to develop specific policy coverage to meet the needs for vacation rental properties and the amenities offered by these businesses. We have insured vacation rental properties since 2002.
The CBIZ Vacation Rental Insurance team knows insurance, specifically the risks and exposures related to short-term vacation rentals.We won't confuse you with technical "insurance speak" ~ our representatives are well versed in explaining your coverage in plain English. With hands-on, personal customer service, we guarantee swift communication and a 24/7 claims team that is ready to respond to your call any time of the day. As specialist in the industry, we leverage our knowledge and passion to ensure you and your business are adequately protected.
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