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Eliminate incidents: The security measures you need to protect your vacation rental business

Part two: How to safeguard your properties after your guest has checked in

Protecting your business is always a priority, and when you work in the vacation-rental industry, you need safeguards from booking to checkout. Before accepting any reservation, assess its risk level with guest screening. Check out part one of our blog series to learn more about guest screening, its process, benefits, and how to automate the process. 

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