Securing Your Property as Holiday Home

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Insurance for your property


If you so choose to entrust us with managing your property, our professionals make sure that the required by-law insurance is in place. Both third-party and liability insurance are covered by this policy. Additionally, we firmly encourage you to obtain additional insurance policies including rental insurance, landlord insurance, contents insurance, and individual house insurance. These supplemental insurance plans will cover situations where your structure, property, or the things inside of it are harmed.
safety apparatus

Preventing accidents from happening in the first place is always preferable. Therefore, before renting out your vacation house or apartment, our professional staff will take extra precautions and make sure that safety equipment is fitted. We usually advise placing safety devices like locks and chains on the doors, carbon monoxide monitors, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, first aid kits, and safe-deposit boxes.
Another benefit is that you may let potential guests know about all of these safety elements in addition to making sure your house is secure. After all, unlike the citizens of Dubai, some of your visitors may not be accustomed to staying in a location that is completely safe. A little amenity like a safe-deposit box will be extremely appreciated by your visitors.
In fact, some visitors search particularly for short-term vacation apartments that may provide them with these safety measures. Therefore, if your house or apartment lacks these extra amenities, it won't show up in their search results. Therefore, adding security equipment is a simple and convenient approach to differentiate your house from all the others that have been featured on (a) booking websites.

Security Deposit

The quickest and most straightforward way to stop visitors from damaging your property is typically to require a security deposit. However, if you demand an excessive security deposit, some visitors might be put off from booking your vacation rental. Our team researches comparable properties in the neighborhood to find out how much your competitors are charging for security deposits in order to make sure we charge the appropriate amount.



One of the best methods to safeguard your vacation property from potential issues is to carefully vet any potential guests. Our knowledgeable team uses all the information at their disposal to decide whether or not we wish to accept the booking. Identification checks should be made while screening possible attendees. A visitor who presents several different pieces of verified identification provides a higher level of authentication, increasing his or her credibility. Such a visitor might, for instance, have a passport, social media accounts, and have their contact information (such as a mobile number and email address) checked with our staff.

You should now have a clearer understanding of who you are really communicating with thanks to this information. Our team will ask additional questions of a prospective guest if they don't have the various types of verified ID to obtain the same assurance that those IDs would have given.




Our staff closely examines the references and reviews of a potential visitor before approving a booking. A reference is not difficult to obtain and may be persuaded, but it does offer helpful information about the visitor's character. The reviews that other hosts leave on booking websites are really beneficial. The request is immediately refused if we find a review that mentions loud music, partying, or the cops.
The reservation can be confirmed as soon as the deposit (usually between 20 and 30 percent of the total amount) has been received if the screening process has indicated that the booking can be approved.
Use the contact form below or give us a call at +971 4 3626760 for a free consultation if you are a property owner who wants to turn your home into a certified DTCM vacation rental.