A traditional landlord insurance policy will cover you for an entire year and will typically only insure stays that are longer than 90 days. Most stays on platforms like Airbnb, Stayz or TripAdvisor are for less than 90 days, meaning that most traditional landlord policies won’t cover you short-stay renting.
Other typical features of traditional landlord insurance policies that may be problematic when renting a property with a recognised sharing economy platform like Airbnb, Stayz, or TripAdvisor include:
If you have any further questions about the differences between these landlord policies, please contact us.
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