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That’s why Airbnb has their supplemental policy that automatically covers some things. However, there’s a huge gap created, because what about the rest of the time you’re using the place? If the policy gets voided you need to replace it with a more flexible homeowners policy that allows for some short-term rentals.

Also, what if you rent out your place using Homeaway or Tripadvisor/Flipkey? These sites don’t have the same coverage that Airbnb gives, but they do sell insurance.

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