Today, we're happy to formally launch our Business Stay Approved program, which makes it easier to find monthly furnished rentals that meet your business travel housing needs. We know that business travelers need a reliable, seamless experience. They also want a unique property that provides maximum comfort over extended stays of 30+ days. Homesuite Business Stay Approved properties provide the reliability of a hotel with the comfort and personality of a home.
Our landlords (and tenants for that matter) are always interested in furnished apartment pricing trends, especially when it comes to corporate housing. So we've crunched some fresh data to show some of the most and least expensive California towns for corporate housing on the Homesuite platform. As you browse the data below, you'll notice that we're using Price Per Bedroom. It should be noted that since 2+ bedroom apartments and houses tend to cost a lot less in rent per bedroom than studios/1BRs, the higher the multi-bedroom density in that particular town or neighborhood, the more affordable the Price/Bedroom will appear.
If your company ever helps to find furnished housing for interns or employees on temporary assignment outside of their hometown, and you've been tasked with helping, this post is for you. Say you just got asked to help find and book a nice place to stay for one of your coworkers going on an extended business trip. That feels like a lot of pressure, doesn't it? Where to go from here?
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.
Corporate Housing Beats Out Hotels in Both Comfort and Price
Say you have a temporary work assignment in the San Francisco Bay Area for the month of June. Maybe it’s an internship, or you’re a traveling nurse, or you’re a construction contractor working on the new Salesforce tower. Any kind of business travel that requires a stay of 30 or more days. You’ll want a furnished place that feels like home.