Leasing Trends in Corporate Housing

Leasing Trends to Follow in Corporate Housing

The CHBO Corporate Housing Real Estate Report is an annual report that shows the results of surveys about rental data from 2019. The survey has been in place for more than a decade and offers an excellent way to find out what concerns are top on the minds of those who provide independent corporate housing solutions....

Real Estate Investment

Do You Plan on Buying More Investment Real Estate?

Before we get into the meat of this article, reread the title and think about what your answer is. Do you have plans to buy additional furnished executive apartments? Maybe you’re already in the process of doing so, or you want to wait a little while to see what happens with the economy after COVID-19. All of these are solid answers since everyone has different needs....

Work from home in corporate rentals

Work From Home: Converting Your Corporate Rental to a Digital Workplace for Tenants

More people than ever are working from home, whether that is on a short-term or long-term basis. As someone who rents out corporate apartments, it’s essential that you offer a space that makes a work at home lifestyle streamlined and straightforward. The good news is that this isn’t as difficult as it might seem. Adding a few specific items to your rental will ensure it stands out. It can also bring in those who need private office space....

Corporate housing by CHBO

Have You Tried Self Showing for Your Corporate Rental?

The real estate market is one of many that needs to stay on the edge of technology. Many companies have opened recently that make it simpler to rent, own, and manage corporate housing. The one we would like to talk about in the wake of coronavirus are self-showings. These showings allow potential tenants to use smart locks and take part in 3D property tours to see a home without a landlord or real estate agent present....

Sojoum DC corporate furnished housing

Provider Spotlight: Sojourn DC Corporate Furnished Housing

Are you coming back home to Washington DC to take care of family members? Maybe you are entering the city to help others manage the crisis because that’s part of what your profession involves. Keep in mind that residents in the area are only allowed to leave their homes for essential items. This includes groceries and household goods, medication, and limited outside recreation....