Tips to Help Find Temporary Furnished Apartments Near Work

If you’re moving to a new city for work, even just for a few months, you’re going to have a lot on your mind. Most pressingly, you’ll have to find a place to live when you arrive, and that can be the most stressful part of the whole process. After all, if you’ve never been to New York or Las Vegas, how are you going to pick the best neighborhood to live in while you get to know the area and choose a permanent home? You could just look at a map of the area, pinpoint where you’ll be...

Top 6 Questions about Temporary Living Average rates #1

CHPA, or the Corporate Housing Providers Association is the international trade organization for the multi billion dollar industry of corporate housing or more simply temporary living. Recently CHPA asked several corporate housing providers to clarify common questions of corporate housing guests. We thought this was great information for both corporate housing providers and tenants to know. The following excerpts have been approved for re-print by CHPA. Question 1: Temporary Living The industry average for temporary living is $140 per day. This equates to a $4200 per month apartment and seems expensive. What comprises this rate? When seeking quotes for...

Corporate Housing: Home Remodel

Did you know a lot of people move out of their primary residence and live in corporate housing during a major home remodel? If moving out of your primary residence is not possible for you during a home remodel, especially a kitchen remodel there are some great tips that can make life less stressful and even possibly manageable. Remember, if the dust and noise becomes too much staying in a corporate housing property even for a month may help save the sanity of your family and maybe even some blood sweat and tears 🙂 Here are some great tips...

Tips: Tenant Reviews

Have you also discovered Cottageblogger.com? They are one of my favorite blogs for great ideas and tips on furnished rentals. Since Tenant Reviews are so important on your CHBO property listing for connecting with that next great tenant I asked Cottage Blogger if we could re-post this and they said yes. Thank you to Heather Bayer for all your great information we all really appreciate your willingness to share – Kimberly 10 WAYS TO PREVENT COMPLAINTS AND NEGATIVE TENANT REVIEWS FOR YOUR VACATION RENTAL Oh no…..a negative review! The day you get the first of these is never a happy...

Lowering Your Homeowner’s Insurance Bill

Homeowner’s insurance isn’t important until you need it. Read below to learn how to properly insure your rental property and protect yourself and your investment. Homeowner’s insurance can be complicated, but with the right information you can get exactly the coverage you need. The following tips should help you get started: Know what your master policy covers. Know exactly what your monthly dues are paying for and what you are responsible for on your own. Check your policy for coverage on water damage. Make sure you’re well covered for this because water damage happens more often than you think. Furthermore,...