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How things got started...

From a rental home and a fire, to an idea to help millions of people around the world.

Our story began when InnTown Stays Founder, BJ Allmon, sold a traditional rental house he had owned for ten years. He and his wife, Sarah, decided to purchase a new property within walking distance to their lovely downtown area and furnish it for short term stays.

After the house was ready, they learned that friends of theirs had recently experienced a devastating house fire. The couple was living in a hotel thirty minutes away from home for three weeks while still working out the plan with their insurance claim. BJ expected the process of dealing with fire remediation could take another four to six months.

So, BJ and his wife offered up their newly renovated vacation home until their friend’s house was ready. The friends talked to their housing broker, and within a week, they were back in their hometown and into the Allmon’s rental property.

“It was my first claim tenant in all my years of being a landlord. I was blown away by the opportunity to help a beautiful family in need and at the same time, significantly reduce the cost of the claim’s temporary housing expense. My wife and I also walked away with much more revenue than provided by traditional leasing or other short term stay opportunities.” – BJ Allmon
The rest is history. InnTown Stays was born as a service to make it just as easy to lease a house as it is to vacation in one. Helping people find homes to meet their needs is at the heart of it all.

Leadership

BJ Allmon, CEO & Co-Founder

BJ Allmon

CEO & Co-Founder

Thom Leiter, COO & Co-Founder

Thom Leiter

COO & Co-Founder

Jorge Sanclemente, CCO & Co-Founder

Jorge Sanclemente

CCO & Co-Founder

Numbers speak for themselves

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Number of U.S. catastrophic events in 2018
$ 1 B
Estimated Insured
Losses
$ 0 B
Estimated Overall
Losses
Source: © 2019 Munich Re, NatCatSERVICE; Property Claim Services (PCS®)*, a Verisk Analytics® business. As of March 2019.

Whether it's wildfires in California, flash flooding in Maryland, hurricanes on the East Coast, or tornadoes in Ohio, natural and man-made catastrophes can devastate homes and lives.

The increasing number of powerful storms potentially means more and more families will experience devastating effects to their property and/or homes. In the fourth National Climate Assessment released in 2018 on Nov. 23, thirteen federal agencies estimated that the U.S. could lose as much as 10 percent of its GDP by the end of the century.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), there were 11 weather and climate disaster events with losses exceeding $1 billion in the U.S. in 2018 alone. Although 2018’s billion-dollar events was a decrease from the previous year, both 2017 and 2018 tracked far above the annual average of $6 billion in total dollar amount in one year. (*source:insurancejournal.com)

In 2018, over 1,600 significant flood events occurred in the U.S., 59% of which were flash flood-related.

No one can stop a hurricane from happening, or steady the ground during an earthquake, but by providing safe homes and helping each other, property owners and insurers can significantly assist with recovery.

Sleep in peace tonight

After a disaster strikes, take back your peace of mind and start rebuilding your home and your life.​