Safely.com partners with Wheelhouse

US: Insurtech and guest screening solution, Safely.com, has partnered with dynamic pricing tool Wheelhouse to deliver next generation short-term rental property management. 

By integrating Safely.com’s insurtech solution with Wheelhouse’s dynamic pricing tool, the partnership will enable property owners and managers to run their vacation rental business more efficiently and professionally.

Safely.com seeks to provide peace of mind to homeowners and property managers through a combination of guest screening and tailored insurance, and has covered over $50 billion of homeowner liability since its launch in 2015.

Wheelhouse helps property owners optimise pricing, unlock revenue and secure greater profits through dynamic pricing, market reports and competitive set software solutions.

The partnership will give Wheelhouse customers access to Safely.com’s comprehensive, tailored short-term rental insurance and data-driven guest screening, ensuring they have the right tools in place to protect their assets and business.

Safely.com CEO Andrew Bate said: “Wheelhouse are leaders in professional property management. With elevated guest expectations, and high levels of demand, today’s property manager needs to run their vacation rental business as efficiently and professionally as possible.

“By combining the software solutions offered by Wheelhouse with our comprehensive insurtech tools, our partnership will help managers and owners optimise their vacation rental business for future growth. We look forward to working together to drive the continued professionalisation of the short-term rental industry,” he added.

Wheelhouse CEO Andrew Kitchell said: “We’re excited to partner with Safely.com to give vacation rental managers across the board the dynamic pricing tools and competitive intel to manage their properties as professionally and efficiently as possible. Together, we’re committed to elevating property management standards across the vacation rental industry and shaping the professional future of the short-term rental marketplace.”