OwnerRez and InsuraGuest are happy to announce a new partnership to provide primary no-fault medical and property insurance.
Most OwnerRez users know that we already offer a great damage protection product for vacation rentals which covers guest damage while the guest is at your property. Damage Protection is an extremely important and valuable product that has saved many homeowners and PMs a lot of tears!
What makes InsuraGuest different? InsuraGuest covers medical accidents, theft, or property damage from any cause, not just accidental, which may occur from operating your vacation rental business. They are considered GAP insurance which is inserted into every reservation. By inserting InsuraGuest into your property rental, you are adding a layer of protection which will address claims or damage made by your guests on a primary no-fault basis, without needing to file a claim with your regular homeowners insurance.
InsuraGuest insurance is charged on a per-night basis, so it works well for properties with shorter average stays.
Get started with InsuraGuest by visiting the InsuraGuest website and check out the OwnerRez support doc for how to integrate OwnerRez with InsuraGuest.
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No info here or on the website linked on the rates. Only a sign-up form.
No info on details (price etc). Only a sign up form
Is this available for European hosts?
Again, where is the information on how much this would cost? Why the whole blog about it without sufficient info provided? Their website is super vague on every page! They want us to sign up before even having a clue what the costs and terms and conditions are. Really frustrating!
Hi Scott, you would need to check with InsuraGuest about what their prices are. We don't publish price sheets (or other pricing info) for our partners - that's really on them to do. I agree that they should show clear pricing somewhere, and we'll pass along a note on our side to request that they add that. In the meantime, I'd send them a message if you're interested in using their service. This blog post was only intended to alert everyone that, if you want to use InsuraGuest, you can now do that directly via an integration.