Vacation Rental Home Insurance

Whether you’re applying for financing or getting property insurance, short-term rental properties are often categorized differently from other properties, including long-term rentals, which are homes rented out for 30 days or longer. As a result, short-term rentals have different rules governing them and must specify with their insurer that their property is going to be used for nightly accommodation. Although there is often a premium cost associated with this type of insurance, it is certainly better to pay slightly more for insurance that will have you covered when you need it, rather than paying for something that could likely end up being deemed completely useless by the insurance agencies. There are various minor details associated with nightly home management that Whistler Vacation Homes is well equipped to advise and assist with.