Before starting Renters.com, we spent more than a decade supporting property managers, with our proprietary insurance software for vacation rental owners. Over time, our integration partners began to ask if we offered renters insurance, but the answer was always NO, which bugged us. After looking into it, what we found was an online process that was often slow and archaic for renters, and complex for property managers. With that, we thought, we can do better. Today, what we have built, offers an additional revenue stream to our property managers, while simplifying the process for renters, making it quick and easy to buy and manage renters insurance online in minutes.
Offer our members a quick and easy way for renters to purchase and manage renters insurance. Renters will be able to purchase renters insurance in 5 minutes or less. Our technology allows property managers, owners, businesses, and other brokers to offer renters insurance to their customers, seamlessly, integrated into their own website and/or app, through use of our API.
Aggregate millions of long-term, short-term, corporate housing, rent-to-own properties, and homes for sale, in one place.
Flexible and integrated insurance options to protect renters and property managers.
Deposit Insurance that can help renters lower upfront deposit costs by 90%.
OUR LOVE OF FIRST TIME HOME BUYING
Help renters explore becoming a home owner, with the many benefits and options available to first time home buyers, along with, offering protection as home ownership can be risky, leaving renters vulnerable to scams and misuse.
OUR RENTERS RELATED MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT PROGRAM
Help renters and homeowners save money and reduce risk by offering membership packages on discounted renters related products, including tenant screening, rental payments, deposit insurance, and rental history verification for renters and property managers.
Levels of Memberships
Leverage our state of the art insurance technology, to help more renters quickly and easily become insured, without a bunch of red tape, as roughly 60% are still uninsured and under protected.