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Frequently Asked Questions

We get it - you may be worried to let have someone sublet your home. We're here to answer all your questions about the process. 


What is corporate housing?

In a nutshell, corporate housing looks to satisfy short and medium term housing needs for the traveling consumer. The ideal client is someone who is a corporate professional in the area on business, traveling nurses, or families displaced by insurance.


The business objective is to sign a long-term lease with you, and subsequently sublease to our clients on a short and medium term basis, while collecting the premium that we charge compared to the lease we sign with you.

Why would I want to partner with your company?

The age old question - "what's in it for me?"


Our goal is to provide our homeowners with their dream scenario - 100% occupancy and passive income. If we like your residence, we will sign a multi-year lease on the property. This solves one of your biggest pain points - occupancy and turnover. Additionally, we will take care of the day-to-day maintenance and operations.


Finally, you also gain the peace of mind knowing you are working with a business as your lessee. Rest assured that this means timely rent payments, as well as quick and professional responses to your inquiries.

How do you make sure visitors won't trash my place, or be a disturbance to my neighbors?

This is a big one. First, we target individuals who are looking for corporate housing. These are people who simply want to, or need to, work from the area for an extended period of time (these type of people are also sometimes referred to as “digital nomads”). These also may be people who have been displaced by insurance. By nature, these individuals are typically quiet and respectful. Additionally, we fully vet our clients using a third-party backgrounding check.

Further, we keep your property in showroom condition. There is a misconception that short-term/mid-term rental properties are not taken care of. In reality, they are often kept in better condition because we have high-class cleaners come in at least once per month (or once per stay), to keep it in pristine condition. Therefore, dust, dirt and maintenance issues are not neglected like they may be with other long-term tenants.

Is this legal?

Absolutely. Every city, state and county has different rules regarding this type of arrangement. We have done our due diligence per jurisdiction, so feel free to ask what may apply to your city/county.

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