If you own a property that can provide suitable accommodations for a short term or long term stay, you can become a host.
As a host, you will provide accommodations to displaced policyholders during an insurance claim and to first responders who require housing when responding to catastrophic events that affect our local community.
Becoming a host
What does it take to be a host? First, you need to have space available to share with displaced policy owners and first responders who require temporary housing. Whether that’s an entire home or just a spare room. Second, you have an interest in helping people in need and third, your appetite to earn extra monthly income.
Set your nightly rate and how you get paid
Becoming a host has its privileges. You can decide on your own nightly rate. You can set custom prices for seasons, weekends, and special circumstances. But remember Insurance companies will typically only pay a reasonable rate for accommodations. You can also choose how you get paid. We typically release your payment about 24 hours after your guest is scheduled to arrive. Your payout will be your nightly rate minus a small service fee.
You control who rents your space
As a Host, you have control over who occupies your space. You can accept or decline any housing request.
Why should you become a host?
Hosting will provide attractive monthly income for you and will provide temporary accommodations for people in need.