Prepare Your Vacation Rental for Emergencies

Posted by Hannah Lapin on Sep 6, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Prepare Your Vacation Rental for Emergencies

While you always hope there is not an emergency at your vacation rental, it is good to be prepared. And your guests, families especially, will appreciate your preparedness. Here are some actions we suggest you take to be ready for an emergency:


Create a list of clearly labeled emergency contact information.

Evolve Vacation Rental Network recommends including:


  • Information for the nearest hospital including the phone number and address
  • Information for the nearest Urgent Care center including the phone number and address
  • Information for the rental’s main point of contact



Make sure you have a good first aid kit.

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In case of a power outage, be sure to have a flashlight and battery-powered radio.

Here are ones we like from Amazon:




Be sure to have a solid vacation rental insurance policy. Check out our blog post onFull Guide to Landlord Insurance & Liability Coveragefor additional guidance.

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Related: An Overview of Visio's Vacation Rental Loan Program

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