CHBO Corporate Rentals

Property Spotlight: Roswell Corporate Housing is Topped by the “Fontainebleau Estate Guest House”

The story of this long-loved corporate rental is told best by the happy guests that have graced it. Luxury and value intersect here, just twenty-five minutes from downtown Atlanta in the historic town of Roswell. A gorgeous estate styled as a French Chateau, the two bedrooms and one bath guesthouse stretch out over 2,140 square foot in a one-of-a-kind guesthouse with equally impressive service. Enjoy Historic Georgia from this Luxury Corporate Rental in Roswell This city of 90,000 is one of the most historic and culturally significant cities in Georgia. Founded by a slave holding founder of a cotton mill...

Property Spotlight: Furnished House For Rent In Las Vegas

Searching for Las Vegas Furnished Housing? If yes then This “perfect for families” three-bedroom, two and a half bath fully furnished home in southwest Las Vegas is ready for your corporate rental. Set in a quiet, master planned community astride both Red Rock and Sloan Canyon, you’ll enjoy peace and quiet, parks, and a family atmosphere. But you won’t roll the dice on your commute as it is just ten minutes from the airport and the Las Vegas Strip. The economy here is led by the gaming industry.  Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts International, Wynn Resorts, Stations Casinos, the Las...

City Spotlight: New York City Furnished Housing

When it comes to finding great corporate rental properties in New York City, there’s a lot of information out there. Renters today are emphasizing quality of life as much as a good commute in finding that perfect rental. And changes to the law continue to affect the New York City furnished housing market. Keeping updated is key in order to find that perfect “Big Apple” corporate rental. Those looking for short-term “AirBnb” style properties were dealt a blow in October 2016 by Governor Mario Cuomo, who banned rentals for less than thirty days of entire homes or apartments in...

Millennial Magnet Cities

By now, most consumers know that it is a “renter’s market” much more than a “buyer’s market”. Now here is this more prevalent than among millenials (those born between 1982 and 2004). According to RealtorMag.com, their rates of homeownership plunged “from 40 percent in 2006 to 32 percent in 2015”.  Yet, there are still many parts of the country where millenials actually represent the larger percentage of buyers rather than renters. For example, Elk Grove, CA is a city in which millenials have about 60% of the market share in terms of home buying. Where are the millennial “magnet”...

Furnished Housing: The Next Big Thing to Cash In On

Hotels are already feeling the crunch from the rise of online, furnished housing rental options that allow travelers to book a stay in everything from premium apartments in world-famous cities to gorgeous private homes in desirable locations. In fact, this is so lucrative that investors are opting to purchase apartments, condos and single-family homes in some of the most in-demand areas and then rent them to travelers on business or leisurely holidays. This, naturally, is evolving and becoming a sort of hybrid of hotel stays and private accommodations, with the serviced apartment emerging as one of the most desirable...

Successful Corporate Housing Rentals: Design Matters in Marketing!

Welcome to Summer where we are at the hight of Corporate Housing Demand (unless you are in a reverse market like Phoenix, AZ). Right now most corporate rentals across the United States are full as top management relocations are all trying to complete their move and get their kids into the right schools in the next few weeks. So RIGHT NOW is the best time to start marketing for your next tenant. NEVER wait till your property is empty to keep it full. Also remember that during a Presidential Election year businesses are more apprehensive about spending money until...

Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments Are The Key Element of a Great Relocation

Whether you’re an individual relocating to a new city for work or you’re in charge of facilitating employee relocation for your business, you should be aware of the key elements for a successful relocation. You already know about compensation and other factors, but have you considered corporate housing? When employees move from one area to another, staying in a furnished apartment can be a more hospitable way to ease the transition and save money at the same time. How Employees Benefit From Corporate Housing On the employee side, staying in a furnished apartment is a lot more comfortable than...

How Millennials Are Changing Real Estate Today

We’re seeing a major change in the world of real estate right now, and its due in large part to millennials, who are coming of age and entering the workforce. As they get beyond their college years and look to their options for renting or buying property, these young professionals are changing the world of real estate in a few very interesting ways. They’re More Mobile In years past, people would get out of college, get a job, and settle down. Today, though, millennial workers are looking all over the country for new career opportunities. They’re more interested in...

8 Common Misconceptions about Furnished Housing

There are a lot of misconceptions and myths about corporate furnished housing. Some are inaccurate, and some are simply not true. Whether you’re a potential renter in need of temporary housing or you’re a property owner considering converting one or more of your properties into corporate apartments or homes, you should know the truth about furnished housing. So let’s go through a few basic facts to clear up those misconceptions. All units are fully furnished – corporate apartments and homes are completely furnished and move-in ready. Renters don’t need to buy anything (except perhaps groceries) to start living a...

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,...