Rental Property Insurance
Landlord insurance is a policy for someone who rents out a home they own. This type of insurance typically includes two different types of coverage: property and liability protection. Both coverages are intended to help protect you, the landlord, from financial losses.
Single and Multiple Family Dwellings
Rental property insurance, also called landlord insurance, covers the unique risks taken in renting out your home or condo for long periods of time. Its coverage includes property damage, liability costs and loss of rental income for landlords renting their property. Whether you are renting out your house, a vacation home or an investment property, rental property insurance is an important safeguard against the financial risk associated with tenants living on your property.
Short-term rentals have become popular over the last several years, with industry leader Airbnb currently boasting millions of active listings worldwide. Short-term rentals are a way for homeowners to make extra income and for travelers to get a feeling of home at a cheaper rate than a hotel. However, short-term rentals are rarely covered by homeowners insurance, which is where short-term rental insurance comes in. Short-term rental insurance can protect your home and belongings, plus offer you valuable liability protection, should the need arise.
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