Houston Corporate Housing
Dynamic Houston far outstrips any other Texas city in growth and has a huge contingent of visitors looking for corporate housing in Houston. Home to over 2 million it adds thousands of workers per month in energy, healthcare, education, transportation and support industries and of course serves the space industry anchored by the Johnson Space Center. There continues to be a constant clamor for well appointed housing to handle this continuing influx of professionals.
CorporateHousingByOwner.com (CHBO) has positioned itself to meet this burgeoning demand by providing ready access to a supply of accommodations ranging from 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, condominiums and townhouses to multi bedroom single-family homes. The majority of these properties are classified as furnished housing, completely outfitted and move-in ready.
Houston’s geographical expanse means there are multitude of neighborhoods within the metropolitan area and as a result a large number of alternatives for finding housing near work assignments. We serve, but are not confined to, The Woodlands, Garden Oaks, Oak Forest, Spring Ranch, Galleria, Uptown, Montrose, The Heights, Washington Corridor, Pearland, The Museum District, Westbury, Sugarland, etc.
Market Your Property in Houston
If you are the owner or the representative of a property you consider ideal for a corporate rental you can be included in the listings available at CHBO in Houston. Your corporate rental property, for a modest investment , will receive extensive exposure to an international audience. To learn more about our services you can sign up today without obligation. You'll gain access to the free Corporate Housing Handbook and additional valuable information. Be sure to check out our commitment to your success evidenced by our Guarantee.
"I am a CHBO member and thanks to your website, both of our properties here in Houston are rented. I need to know what is generally accepted as a percentage increase in rent. We have kept our rental amounts per month stable because our tenants have renewed their leases. It is time to increase since it has been over 2 years. What is a fair and industry standard rental increase by percentage. Thanks, Lucy Caire" - Property Owner, Houston, Texas