If you’re planning to rent out your primary or second home during the summer months, you may already be taking on a list of items that should be accomplished prior to leaving the property in someone else’s hands.
As you plan to rent your house, chalet, or cottage, you’ll want to make sure you manage this short list of items to ensure you and your guests have a positive experience:
- Remove personal, valuable and sentimental belongings.
- Create a plan for accommodating change-overs between renters.
- Determine who your backup contacts will be should your renters need assistance.
- Create a list of items your renters will need to know to help them navigate your home and the surrounding area more easily.
Additionally, making any necessary updates to your home, getting your belongings in order, and updating your rental property insurance are all likely on your to-do list. But wait – did you know that contacting your insurance carrier to add rental property insurance could cause them to reduce your coverage? They could even cancel your policy or ask you to pay a surcharge.
At Noble Insurance, we think you should be able to achieve great coverage whether you offer short-term or long-term rentals throughout the year. With our exclusive rental property insurance, you don’t have to worry about a policy cancellation or additional charges to your insurance plan.
Reap the rewards of renting your home. Contact your Noble Insurance broker today to discuss your options for rental property insurance. We can walk you through your options and help you find the best policy for your needs.