Contact Info: Please inform your guests of any local emergency numbers, such as police stations, firefighters and the nearest hospital. The guest will have your direct number as soon as you confirm the reservation, be mindful and understanding of their situation if they reach you with an emergency.
First aid: Maintain a first aid kit available inside the property.
In case of fire: Remember to maintain a functioning fire extinguisher, as well as both a smoke and a carbon monoxide detector inside of your property.
Clear exits: Mark a fire escape route and post a map in a strategic spot of your property.
Providing Privacy: Your guest’s privacy should be one of your main priorities. If you have security cameras or any surveillance equipment make sure they are aware.
Caring for Children: It is a parent’s responsibility to ensure the safety of their children. However, it is advisable to tailor your place to children, in order to avoid accidents.
Respecting your neighbors: Evaluate if it is necessary to notify your community regarding renting your place. Set guidelines for pets, noise control and use of shared spaces.
Acquiring a Homeowners Insurance: Protect yourself and your home by obtaining insurance coverage for your property. You’re paying for peace of mind since you know that your asset will be protected in the event of a crisis.
As stated in our Terms of Service, every members of our community should understand the laws and regulations imposed by a country’s regulatory agencies on rental properties.
Taxes: It’s your responsibility to verify if you have to pay any local taxes, need special licenses, or any permits to work with us.
Permits: You must also verify with your local government about any required permits in order to host guests in your properties.
Other: It is always recommended to consult with an attorney to make sure you have all bases covered.
Questions or concerns?
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