Arizona Furnished Housing for Baseball Players and Fans

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As winter sets in and people start thinking about trips to warmer climates, there is one large group that is already clear on where they’ll stay warm during the winter months – baseball players, fans and everyone in the industry. Why? They have spring training to anticipate, and that means relocating to Florida and Arizona! It also means that now is the moment for anyone involved in this massive annual activity to scout out furnished apartments in Phoenix, corporate housing in Jacksonville, FL, furnished apartments in Orlando, and short term furnished apartments in both regions.

Baseball Fans in Arizona

While there are many ways to find furnished housing in Arizona and Florida, it is tough to beat the affordability, comfort and options that furnished apartments in Phoenix or other areas of the state provide. The same can be said of short term furnished apartments and homes in the Florida area. Unlike long stay business hotels or similar properties, when you turn to furnished housing or corporate housing, you are close to the training sites but also close to some of the best shopping, dining and commuting. After all, the furnished apartments in Orlando, the corporate housing in Jacksonville, FL and the furnished housing in Arizona will usually be in residential areas.

That means simple commutes to wherever you need to go, and without any overlap with the more commercial or tourist oriented areas. You also enjoy the home-like options such as fully equipped kitchens, yards and private gardens, quality furnishings and electronics, and a thoroughly relaxing place to savor the delights of spring training in Florida or Arizona.

Improve Corporate Housing With Tech Updates

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Those who own corporate housing properties and short term apartments know that there are a lot of moving pieces involved. It is never just a matter of keeping properties booked and clients happy. There are matters such as upkeep and maintenance, cleaning, insurances, property management and more. This is why tech updates are one way to improve your corporate housing outcomes easily and efficiently.

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If you ask owners of short term apartments and corporate rentals, one thing that seems to constantly come up is the unpredictability of utility usage by a renter. One corporate client may use so little electricity or energy it seems as if they never arrived while others gobble up an entire household’s worth of energy. This can put a crimp in the bottom line, but tech advances can help.

There are now “smart home” options that can be just as effective for short term apartment rentals as everyday homes. They include:

  • Smart thermostats –Smart thermostats – Able to learn a tenant’s habits and needs, they save money by recognizing these patterns and shutting down when the home is unoccupied reducing costs. Adjustments can also be made remotely.
  • Energy monitoring – These apps are everywhere and can be used to monitor the rental property’s use of energy. Revealing consumption patterns can be a good way to work with renters to cut back on waste.
  • Smart lighting – Along with the internet connected appliances, doors and security, you can also have lighting that operates this way. Installing programmable switches, using motion sensing elements and that can be controlled by mobile devices allow lighting costs to be significantly reduced.

With just these tech updates, you can begin to reduce energy consumption that improve your bottom line.

Property Spotlight: A Shining Beacon in Maine Corporate Housing

A Shining Beacon in Maine Corporate Housing

Today’s spotlight furnished rental is the very definition of tranquility and relaxation. This lovingly preserved, multi-tier gabled colonial farmhouse sits amidst a sea of green fields, apple trees, and horse pastures in rural Durham, Maine. This gorgeous pastoral country is the setting for this classic 1830’s three-bedroom, two bath farm home, CHBO Certified and ready for your corporate retreat or extended stay.

Just listen to this happy client: “Pictures, reviews and ratings, all wonderful, do the Thanksgiving Farm an injustice. The place and people scored off the charts for us!!! We can’t recommend it highly enough. Thanks!” Galen, October 2017

The Economy Here is More than “Maine-ly” Lobster

Maine Lobsters are the world’s most famous crustacean and a luxury food that’s made the state’s seafood producers famous. Up on land, poultry, eggs, cattle and potatoes star, but it’s manufacturing of health care products and paper and wood products that drives this economy the most. Health care is highlighted by Maine Medical, Mercy, Mid Coast Regional, Central Maine Medical, and St. Mary’s Regional Hospital. A few major firms call Maine home: Fairchild Semiconductor, IDEXX Laboratories, and outdoor clothing retailer L.L. Bean. Portland, just thirty minutes from this idyllic farmhouse, is growth-focused and supports a strong business culture of small to mid-size companies. The downtown district in Portland, and the Old Port historical area, provides many business opportunities for residents and visitors. The Jackson Laboratory, is the world’s largest mammalian genetic research facility, and calls Maine home. This could be due to the ample number of higher learning institutions like Bowdoin, Bates, Colby, the University of Maine, and the University of New England.

See Rural “Nor-Easter” Charm from this Maine Short-Term Rental

You’ll enjoy the calm and tranquility of home here, and when its time to get out and see more this state, Portland is a great place to explore. Breweries like The Maine Brew Bus, Shipyard Brewery, and Allagash Brewery provide suds to go with surf. Shore access means fishing charters, paddle boarding, and cycling along the coast. Commercial Street, Congress Street, and Market Street are replete with waterfront shops and cafes to peruse. Art lovers can visit the Portland Museum of Art, sports fans can catch minor league baseball at Hadlock Stadium, home of the Double-A Sea Dogs, a Red Sox affiliate.

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If You are Fishing for Luxury Corporate Rentals in Maine, You Caught a Beauty

We were very excited to find a house which seemed very nice on a horse farm…When we arrived, we were very happy to see that the house was even better than the photos….it is obvious that the owners have put a great deal of time and effort into restoring this beautiful property. We were even more impressed by how kind and friendly the owners are….”

The reviews say it all. This beautifully preserved and maintained classic 1830’s farmhouse with modern upgrades located on a horse farm with three Icelandic horses cared for by the owners. It’s CHBO Certified, so you know it’s fully furnished and appointed with top-end furnishings so all you need to do is pull in to the two-car attached garage and come in via the mudroom, put down your luggage and feel at home.

It was comfortable and spotless, all the comforts of an inviting home. The setting is beautiful – apple trees and horses and wide-open fields. We only wished we were there longer.”

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Enjoy a sunny eat-in kitchen with spacious central island and farmhouse sink, a washer and dryer alcove, Hearthstone wood stove and bucolic views of the courtyard and verdant gardens, pastures and stone walls. The cozy living room features a fireplace and baby grand piano. A dinner party is a must here with an elegant dining room seating up to eight lucky guests. Upstairs, three spacious bedrooms await, sleeping up to six. The master bedroom suite includes a king bed, there’s a garden view bedroom with a queen bed, while the third bedroom has two twin beds perfect for the kids, or could easily serve as an in-house office thanks to a desk and a gas stove. Bathrooms on both floors here include heated tile floors, large custom shower and a double faucet farm sink.

“The house was great and even better than expected, very clean with everything you could ever need, especially if you expect to cook. Barbara and Jim also gave us great recommendations on what to see and where to eat in the area. We even got some nice recipes and got to pick some apples from the tree in the back. The horses were amazing to see in-person and Barbara will teach you all about them if you have any questions (like we did). They’re very well behaved and we even got to pet them! Overall it was an amazing stay and we’ll be sure to come back if we’re ever in the area!”

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The owners, Barbara and Jim, live on the neighboring property. Maine Corporate Housing doesn’t get better than this. Be sure to call them at +1 (207) 650-3169 today before your miss your chance to relax at this beautiful farm house during your stay in Maine!