Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have devastated communities over the past several weeks —and the full extent of the aftermath is still to be determined. As much of the impact has been experienced in tourism-fueled communities on the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf Coast region of the U.S., many vacation rental professionals are facing very difficult circumstances.
Kigo is here to weather the storm with you
Kigo has a dedicated support team in place for our clients and communities directly affected and will assign them special priority to mitigate issues in the wake of the storm. Our team is staying in close contact with clients in the impacted areas, and serving as a resource you can turn to. If you have been impacted and are in need of support, please send your requests via the Kigo support page.
Recovering and rebuilding will be long-term, and Kigo is committed to stand by our clients, employees, and communities throughout the process. If you have been impacted by these landmark weather events, please do not hesitate to reach out to us for support and assistance.
How our friends in the travel industry are helping others
Through its disaster response program, Airbnb has created a community where hosts can donate their homes and provide emergency shelter for displaced neighbors and relief workers deployed to help.
HomeAway is empowering hosts to offer free or discounted rental homes for those displaced by Harvey and Irma. The company is waiving all service fees for these guests.