Homesuite Blog - Monthly Furnished Housing

5 Secrets to Finding Extended Stay Housing in San Francisco for Less Than $50 Per Night

Posted by David Adams on Mar 29, 2017 8:39:28 AM

How extended stay business travelers can find a great deal with Homesuite.

For many of our business travel customers, the money they save on housing for their employees goes straight to the bottom line. One of the reasons they love Homesuite is because of our affordability. Let me share some tips on how people are saving money with Homesuite. Many are renting in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles and getting prices less than $50 per person per night for fully furnished places.

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Topics: Advice, business travel, corporate housing, Costs, furnished apartment

How to Maximize Profits - Nightly Rentals vs. Monthly Rentals

Posted by Noel McCann on Jan 18, 2017 9:30:59 AM

Hello once again to our 4-part series on maximizing your profits with monthly furnished rentals. We introduced the series with the goal of helping landlords maximize their profits. We also explained what furnished rentals are and the different types of monthly rentals the average tenant can run into.  In yesterday’s article, we discussed about the importance of pricing monthly rentals. Additionally, we tackled the financial cost of furnishing a property, and we revealed how leasing your property as a monthly furnished rental can recover these costs.  You can access Part 1 of our series here and Part 2 of our series here.

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Topics: Costs, How To, Landlords

How to Maximize Profits - The Costs and Benefits of Furnished Properties

Posted by Noel McCann on Jan 16, 2017 3:39:34 PM

 

Welcome back to our four-part series on maximizing profits with monthly furnished rentals. Yesterday, we talked about the rise of demand for rentals and how furnished properties help reduce vacancy. We also previewed what this series will cover over the next few days and why this series can help landlords maximize profits. Click here to read Part 1.

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs, Landlords

Budget for these Seven Moving Expenses Ahead of Your Big Move

Posted by Noel McCann on Oct 6, 2016 9:00:09 AM

 

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Topics: Advice, Costs, Relocation, Tips

College Off-Campus Housing Costs by Market

Posted by Zachary Foisie on May 9, 2016 12:03:53 PM

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs

Apartment Prices In Fremont, Union City, and Hayward

Posted by Zachary Foisie on Feb 27, 2015 12:58:31 PM

Looking for rental housing in the Silicon Valley or San Francisco Bay area can often lead to sticker shock. “Is that a decimal point, or a comma?” It’s probably a comma. Luckily, there are some neighborhoods that will relieve that shock around, you just need to know exactly where to look.

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs

Apartment Prices In San Jose

Posted by Zachary Foisie on Feb 25, 2015 8:29:39 AM

If you’re moving to the San Jose area, some of the more appealing places to call home are in the Mountain View/Cupertino/Sunnyvale areas. These are thriving areas filled with young Silicon Valley techies with dreams that may be bigger than their wallets. Learn more about apartment prices in West San Jose and the Silicon Valley.

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs

Apartment Prices in San Jose and Santa Clara

Posted by Zachary Foisie on Feb 23, 2015 3:19:21 PM

If you’re not from the Silicon Valley or Bay Area, then you are probably shocked to see the cost of living. So, instead of buying or renting a house, maybe you opted for an apartment while saving up, only to realize that it is still really expensive. Apartment prices in San Jose and Santa Clara are some of the highest in the state.

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs

Apartment Prices In Palo Alto, Redwood City, and Menlo Park

Posted by Zachary Foisie on Feb 22, 2015 5:15:16 PM

While not quite as high as San Francisco, apartment prices in Palo Alto, Redwood City, and Menlo Park remain steep, and there is no end in sight as prices continue to rise. If you’re moving to the area for a technology internships, chances are you don’t have much cash to spend on your temporary housing while you wait for your first paycheck from Facebook, Cysco or Tesla. So, plan ahead.  The best way to prepare yourself is to understand which areas offer more bang for their buck, and which areas you might want to avoid if you are strapped for cash.

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs

Apartment Prices in the San Francisco Bay Area

Posted by Zachary Foisie on Feb 21, 2015 1:38:37 PM

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Topics: corporate housing, Costs