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Our network of hotel brands and short-term housing options ensure we provide quality temporary housing with the best lease terms when it matters most.
What we do
Whether accommodations are needed for one night or one year — our team can help insurance carriers and their policyholders secure housing and address concerns throughout the entire claims process. Sedgwick’s temporary housing division has the unique training, experience, and technology resources to strategically manage temporary housing on behalf of corporate clientele responsible for the relocation of their customers after an accident or disaster. Our network of hotel brands and short-term housing options ensure we provide quality temporary housing with the best lease terms when it matters most.
Helping insurance carriers and policyholders secure housing and address concerns throughout the claims process.
Services to reduce the stress involved with relocating
- Multi-lingual housing coordinators with local market expertise
- Discounted hotel stays including options such as kitchens
- Pet-friendly rooms and ADA accessible accommodations
- Short-term lease negotiations for single-family homes, apartments and condos, and on-site housing options such as travel trailers and mobile homes
- Short-term rentals for furniture, appliances and housewares
- Ongoing communications throughout the life of the claim
Why choose Sedgwick?
- 24/7 hotel concierge team
- 25+ years of experience
- CAT response program
- Nationwide network of more than 25,000 registered short-term rental property partners
- Access to hotel discounts of up to 40% off the best available rate
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NEWS AND INSIGHTS
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