Discover the short-term rental algorithm for managing unmanageable guests with our ultimate A-Z guide on how to have good guests by being a great host, including vacation rental top tips, checklists, guides and risk management technology.
Here is the ultimate guide on short-term rental insurance and how to protect your vacation rentals, as well as your company’s reputation, with damage protection solutions and best practices from Know Your Guest by Superhog.
An overview of the vacation rental industry’s most recognised online short-term rental courses that will help boost property managers’ and hosts’ knowledge of the industry, technology and operations, and keep them up to date with best practices so they can stay ahead of the competition.
An overview of the short-term rental industry’s recognised events, conferences and tradeshows of 2023, who they are for, what they are about and how to get tickets, so you don’t miss out.
Airbnb guest damages can happen to anyone. Know how to protect your short-term rental property from risks and guest-related damages – whilst reducing your reliance on online booking platforms – so you can become more independent as a host.
Had to skip the ExpoRV this year? Don’t worry, we’ve summarised the biggest takeaways for you. Here is our recap of the conversations we had with industry peers and a round-up of the three major topics that were dominating this year’s conference.
Learn quick tips to help increase your bookings and revenue in the short-term rental industry, whilst reducing the risk of parties, nuisance guests and damaged property management reputations.
Unauthorised parties and the damage they cause pose an enormous challenge for property management companies worldwide. Benjamin Earley, CEO of HOLT, a property developer and STR management company, explains how they use Know Your Guest by SUPERHOG and Minut’s risk management technology to minimise risks before, during, and after the stay.
Professionalising your short-term rental can be overwhelming. As a property manager, understanding and comparing the difference between damage waivers and deposits can help you improve your guest experience and reduce risky reservations, while streamlining your business.