Author Archives: Lee McDonald

About Lee McDonald

Lee McDonald is a prolific blog writer and assists Key Housing, a leader in the short-term and corporate rental market. Lee spends his time traversing California, North and South, looking for the best opportunities in corporate housing. Learn more about Lee.

San Diego’s Leader for Serviced Apartments in San Diego, Key Housing Announces Updated Listings for San Diego County

San Diego, California – May 30, 2017. Key Housing, San Diego’s Corporate Apartment leader, is proud to announce updated listings for serviced apartments specific to San Diego county and all of Southern California (SoCal). Europeans on extended holiday or HR managers searching for furnished apartments (which they may call ‘serviced apartments’) can find several choices in Southern California. Continue reading

San Diego’s Serviced Apartment Leader, Key Housing Connections, Announces New Blog Post for California Corporate Housing and Featured Property, Allegro Towers

San Diego’s ‘go-to’ corporate housing service, Key Housing Connections is proud to announce a new blog post highlighting so-called serviced apartments with amenities, up to and including parking. Traffic congestion can make city parking a difficult task, mainly for long-term stay visitors. Continue reading

Key Housing Connections, San Francisco’s Leading Serviced Apartments Service, Announces New Post on Disambiguation

Key Housing Connections, an extended-stay property management service for California serving cities as diverse as San Francisco, Sacramento, and Los Angeles, is proud to announce an update to its page on furnished rentals. Continue reading

Key Housing, Leaders for San Francisco Serviced Apartments, Announces New Post for Extended-Stay Housing Dilemmas

San Francisco, California – May 25, 2017. Key Housing, one of the top sources for so-called serviced apartment units in San Francisco and all of California, is proud to announce a new blog post about finding temporary furnished apartments in the Bay Area. Continue reading