Corporate Housing

Tips for Preventing Subletting in Your corporate apartment rentals

If you follow trends in housing, you see that furnished housing rentals and corporate apartment rentals have spiked over the past few years – particularly in popular urban locations. However, they are also used for longer holiday homes, too, and so it is important that property owners know all of the different issues that can occur when offering up such housing options. One of the most difficult is the issue of subletting. It is usually a given that furnished housing rentals are not permanent or long term. Most corporate apartment rentals are completely furnished, as are many seasonal rentals....

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How to Prevent Illegal Subletting of Your Rental Property

If you are in the business of offering furnished housing rentals, or you have corporate apartment rentals as a form of investment, you know that you need to keep a close eye on those properties at all times. This is to ensure that guests get the quality stay that you have promised, but it is also to ensure that there is nothing illegal or unwelcome occurring on the premises. As the simplest illustration of this, consider the ways to sublet furnished housing rentals. For instance, you might approve of a renter and make all of the arrangements for their...

Corporate Housing

Furnished rental tips to survive in the world of Expedia

5 steps to financial success and control of your furnished rental property! Yes, landlords got spoiled with their furnished rentals when the internet allowed them to efficiently and economically connect with potential renters around the world. Furnished, unfurnished, daily, weekly, monthly and annually leasing all got easier with the connectivity offered by the internet. Today a lot of these landlords are living in fear because those internet tenants are going away and costing more. How did this happen?  How can you, the landlord, protect yourself from financial ruin? Simple answer: Go Back to the Basics! No business, no landlord,...

Corporate Housing

Top 10: Corporate Housing & Real Estate Investors

10 Questions every realtor should be prepared to answer about corporate housing and the real estate investor Part I of III If you’re a Realtor with an established real estate practice, chances are you have or will have a client who wants to buy an investment property. Helping these clients identify the right investment property is now in your hands. You don’t want to mess it up. What are you going to do? Many investors will buy investment properties for the purpose of high cash flow vs. fixing and flipping.  If cash flow is the preference, a corporate rental...

Corporate Housing

Renting out part of our home as a corporate rental. What you need to know

Many homeowners these days are looking to make a little extra cash and the first place they often look is their home. Renting out part of your home can be an effective way to make a little extra money, but you need to go into the process with a little education first. There are two ways individuals are renting out parts of their home. The first way involves someone renting out a room in their home. Room rentals are not considered corporate rentals and should not be marketed as such. However, a great website, Sublet.com, connects individuals renting out a...