Your personal home insurance policy may have gaps that does not cover your vacation rental property. That is where Vacation Rental Property Insurance comes in - to keep your second home (and you) protected as much as possible.
There are three things to consider when looking at Vacation Rental Property Insurance:
If your vacation rental property is in an area that experiences floods or earthquakes, ask us about any additional coverage options that may be available to keep your home safe from unexpected situations.
You may also want to consider floater policies to cover things such as any fine art, cameras, projectors or any other expensive equipment you may allow guests to use in the rental property because Vacation Rental Property insurance has limitations too.
Contact us today and talk to one of our agents at Diamond Insurance Group, Inc. to learn more about your coverage options, and to get a comprehensive understanding of our Vacation Rental Property Insurance.