Corporate Housing: Who, What, Where & Why #7

So many questions so little time… Here at CHBO we are passionate about people and finding ways of connecting the best possible corporate housing options with the best qualified renters. For over 9 years CHBO has worked to develop a web platform to connect the world of travelers and the world of corporate housing rentals. Now for the 6th year we are conducting our annual survey of the corporate housing real estate industry from which we are able to provide the Annual Corporate Housing Real Estate report on the trends and expectations of our industry.

Your information is essential to assure together we are all more successful – if you own or manage corporate housing rentals please take a minute and complete the 2014 Corporate Housing Survey and get qualified to win an IPad Air!  

What we learned from last year’s Corporate Housing Survey #7…

Topic: Corporate Housing Rentals and Pets.

  • Pet Trends and Pet Fees. Many renters Corporate rentals and petscontinue to travel with pets. 43% of survey respondents say they accept pets (down from 48% in 2012). Of those who accept pets, 67% say they take pets because it gets their properties rented. The most common rental period for renters with pets is one to three months. In 2013, the average, non-refundable, one-time pet fee that property owners charged was $204 (down from $253 in 2012). The average pet refundable deposit was $343 – consistent with 2012 results.

Take the 2014 Survey now and get qualified to win an IPad Air!  

Read the 2013 Annual Report.

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1 Comment

  1. Joanna
    April 10, 2017

    Great article! Thanks. I’m searching for flat with my 2 cats hah. It’s really hard, you know. Totally agree with the statement, that somehow renting with pets give your landlord an opportunity to manipulate with additional fees, sometimes it comes to the point of absurdity and nonsense. From this article, I’ve understood the key problem, but the solving is still slightly unknown and complicated. Maybe some of you made so-called “pet resume”? Recently found a nice article about this feature: https://rentberry.com/blog/create-pet-resume
    I have never had an experience writing such resume. If you did – give me a feedback, please. Really interested in the effectiveness of this method!

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