Rent Default Insurance is designed to protect landlords from facing losses if a tenant stops paying rent. Avail has partnered with Steady to give landlords the tools they need to protect their rent payments.
To request a quote for Steady Rent Default Insurance, you will first need to create an Avail digital lease or set up payments. If you're not sure how to complete this, check out the two guides below.
The option to check your coverage options will be available after a lease and payments are set up. After confirming payments, this page will appear introducing Rent Default Insurance. Press the See Coverage Options button to get started.
Note: You also have the option to navigate back to this page later by going to the Unit Homepage and pressing the Get Coverage button.
Your next step will be to select the amount of rent you would like to cover. Your quote will instantly generate as the Estimated Annual Premium.
To purchase a policy at the price quoted, press the Continue button.
Read through the terms.
Type your first and last name, check the box to agree to terms, and press the Continue button.
Finally, you may review your price and add your payment method.
A summary is provided with a breakdown of your premium, policy fees, and taxes. You will not be charged until your inquiry has been approved (approx. 7 days).
Note: This payment will go directly to Steady, and is not connected to your Avail subscription.
After submitting your inquiry, you will receive a confirmation for your submission and an Application ID. Within 7-business days, Steady will email you directly with a copy of your policy.
Why is Steady not available for my unit?
The option to purchase rent default insurance with Steady will not appear for units if:
Steady is available in states that currently cover 93% of the U.S. population. The current states are listed below with more states coming soon.
Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Washington DC