Insights and tips on how to protect your property, giving you and your guests peace of mind.
As the seasons change, business fluctuates, causing uncertainty to fill the air. Winter can be a time when reservations are low, and your to-do list is long. These dry spells can leave your place as empty as a ghost town.
To help navigate which online courses, books, podcasts and YouTube channels are most beneficial to your business’s particular needs, we compiled a list of resources you can explore to expand your knowledge.
As we approach the second half of 2023 and are in the thick of peak season, we’ve already experienced some exciting industry wins. With no COVID travel restrictions, revenge travel taking off and even more short-term rentals entering the market, the next 6 months are predicted to be full of success.
Droughts in the U.S. are increasing due to extreme weather and climate change. If your rental property is in a drought-prone area, you’ll want to take steps to reduce water usage and communicate with your guests. Keep reading for our best tips to conserve water supply at your vacation rental while keeping business up.
Insurance buyers are facing the hardest property insurance market in a generation, with historic inflation and natural disaster losses causing significant pressure.
Owning a vacation rental business is extremely rewarding, however, it’s still a business and susceptible to taxes. We’re diving in deep about what vacation rental owners need to know about paying taxes in the U.S. and the deductions they may be eligible for.
Revenge travel has been at the forefront of many travelers’ minds, booking trips far into the future and focusing more on experiences rather than physical items. As we look forward to what this year will look like for short-term rental owners, our excitement grows.
We thought we were heading into calmer waters after a significant reduction of COVID-19 cases. Now, news outlets are talking about inflation and the possibility of a recession. While we’ve already experienced inflation through gas prices and rent increases, here’s what vacation rental owners need to pay attention to.
It may be that time of year to renew your vacation rental policy or simply assess your current insurance situation. Even in the off-season, having a strong, comprehensive policy is key to keeping your business safe from the unforeseen.
Even if you’re allowed to rent out your home or condo through Airbnb, doing so can cause tension with neighbors and the HOA. There’s always the potential that your guests may not be respectful to property in common areas, act inappropriately or noisily, or make other tenants feel uncomfortable.
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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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