InsuraGuest Inc. Sees New Landscape of Opportunity as Vacation Rental Market Booms

The global vacation rental market is projected to reach nearly $63 billion from 2020 to 2024, with a year-over-year growth rate for 2020 estimated at 5.51% InsuraGuest’s proprietary InsurTech software platform empowers the B2B hotels and vacation rentals sectors to offer guests a specialized guest-protection policy The InsurTech product helps transfer the exposure to liability away from the client/property while guests benefit from potential accident and loss coverage

Family vacations, solo adventures and business travel are a trillion-dollar business with one thing in common – the potential for accident or loss can occur, even though few people consider the possibility and may not have adequate, or any, traveler’s insurance. Service-as-a-software (SaaS) company InsuraGuest Inc.’s proprietary flagship InsurTech software platform delivers a specialized insurance policy that acts as the first line of defense for clients, properties and guests in an industry that impacts millions of people daily around the globe.

Nearly 100 million Americans are expected to embark on family vacations this year, according to a recent AAA Travel survey…

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