Tips for Being Responsible When You Visit a Vacation Rental Condo With Your Dog

Posted on: 14 June 2021

For families that travel with their dog, a vacation rental condo can often be a good choice for accommodation. Provided that you make sure to book a place that is listed as pet friendly, you can expect that you and your four-legged friend will be comfortable during your stay. Pet-friendly vacation rentals can vary significantly in appearance; you might find a condo unit in the city that you can visit with your dog, a house on the beach, and many other options in between. [Read More]

Three Tips To Take Your Motel To A Five Star Accomodation

Posted on: 27 March 2021

Motels are typically known as cheap, quick places to stay while you are on the road. Though this makes for plenty of business, it is missing out on the long-term stays and therefore income of a hotel. Motels and hotels are typically different due to the setup of the building. Hotels tend to have several stories and plenty of amenity offerings, while motels are usually one or two stories max with minimum extra offerings for guests. [Read More]

5 Ways Apartments Create A More Luxurious Stay Than Hotels

Posted on: 10 December 2020

Most travelers automatically assume that they should book a hotel when they go to a new place. But the most luxurious experience might not be from an expensive hotel. You might do better to find it in a rented apartment in a luxury apartment community. Why? Here are a few of the best reasons.  1. You Get More Space Undoubtedly, the best 'bang for your buck' in terms of square footage is from an apartment. [Read More]

3 Tips For Negotiating Lower Rent Before Signing An Apartment Lease

Posted on: 24 August 2020

Before signing a lease for an apartment, it's so important for you to prepare and see what you can expect regarding the cost per month. Instead of ending up frustrated with being overcharged for an apartment, there' are lots of things you can do to make sure that you feel better about how much money you're spending each month and for how long you intend on renting. Pay More Upfront [Read More]