Homes occupied by Home Tenders generally sell faster and receive approximately 23% higher offers compared to vacant homes on the market. Having a Tributary Home Tender in your home will increase its marketability, protect it against the damage and vandalism common to vacant properties, and protect you against increased insurance rate increases and cancellations. We will ensure that your investment is in good hands. Our Home Tenders are responsible for keeping your home clean, presentable and well maintained. We take the time to professionally stage your home and train our Home Tenders on its proper maintenance techniques. We then conduct regular inspections to make sure your home is being maintained to our standards. Best of all, our service is at no cost to you.
DID YOU KNOW THAT AFTER 30 DAYS A VACANT HOUSE COULD BE UNINSURABLE? The majority of Homeowners’ policies end, or are highly limited, after a property has been vacant for more than 30 days, and many insurance companies won’t even write a policy for vacant homes. Some insurance companies that do offer a vacancy policy have an exception clause that could mean damage due to vandalism or broken water pipes will not be covered. This lapse in coverage, or lack of coverage, could potentially cost the owner 2 to 15 times as much as a policy covering an occupied home.
Tributary Home Tenders provides a solution to this problem. By having a Tributary Home Tender occupy you home, your insurance cost could decrease because full owners’ coverage may not be necessary and a less expensive landlord’s policy is adequate. The risk of vandalism is reduced substantially because an occupied house is usually passed over by vandals, where an empty house could be a target. You won’t have to worry about liability with Tributary Home Tenders. Our Home Tenders are required to maintain a minimum of $300,000 in liability insurance. As a company, Tributary Home Tenders maintains a $1,000,000 general liability policy. We advise you to check with your insurance agent regarding your current insurance policy.
T r i b u ta ry Hom e T en ders C r e at i ng va lue w i t h fi rs t i m p r e s sion s
Published on Dec 3, 2011