Life can be cruel at times. If you live in the northern part of the US and your company dispatches you to Riverside County in California in the middle of August on a corporate assignment which is going to last for several weeks or months, it is very likely that the heat will shock you. Continue reading
The Bay Area of California, as it is known, is far more than just San Francisco and San Jose. There are plenty of other cities from which to choose when you need Bay Area corporate rentals, such as Fremont, Cupertino, Oakland, Milpitas, Foster City, Burlingame, Palo Alto, and many more, all of which have their own particular benefits to offer. Continue reading
If business in Europe requires you to stay in Orange County, CA, for any length of time, then Irvine is now a great place in which to stay. Continue reading
There is still a decent stretch of beach left at Long Beach, but chances are good that’s not what has you considering Long Beach as a destination. Instead, if Long Beach corporate rentals are what you are looking for, Key Housing can provide a selection of locations to choose from. Continue reading
It can be hard to predict the future. After all, everyone thought we’d have flying cars, but not so many foresaw self-driving cars. Continue reading
Through history there have been many failed contenders to the thrones of kings. An upstart duke, or a cousin from the next kingdom over. It usually ends badly for them, as the king usually has the foresight to surround himself with men of arms, usually very, very sharp arms. A “cut-throat” business indeed.
The modern-day technology business is not quite as brutal. Yet a similar fate, at least metaphorically, awaits challengers to the current “king” of technology, San Jose and the Silicon Valley. These locations continue to be the world leaders of computer and software high-technology, and technology funding. All of which serves to explain why San Jose corporate rentals are in such desperately short supply.
Pretenders to the Throne of Silicon Valley, California
Other regions within the U.S. have made serious strides in developing their respective tech offerings. Austin has attracted many companies, and some of the biggest companies are betting on Seattle. And guess what: They are having housing issues now as well, long-term as well as short-term. As a somewhat perverse point of pride, we can still hold up the “We’re #1” banner, as the local market for Silicon Valley / San Jose corporate rentals is still the hottest in the nation, meaning it can be the hardest in terms of finding a suitable placement.
Overseas the situation is similar. India is striving mightily to get up to speed, supporting technology development in Bangalore, and London has it’s own technology hub (but it is so huge a city, the hub doesn’t create that big a splash). Tel Aviv is an often overlooked center of tech, which has been slowly coming into it’s own the last few years. Again, each site may have it’s housing challenges, but it’s worse with San Jose corporate rentals.
San Jose Corporate Rentals: Start Looking Yesterday
But all said and done, the “Valley” remains the center of the universe for all things “tech”. As a consequence housing, of all types, is expensive and in great demand. And in particular the supply of Silicon Valley / San Jose corporate housing is very tight. Over the past twenty one years, Key Housing has developed relationships throughout the region, and is well equipped to assist individuals or companies with their housing needs. Because of this high demand, prices are correspondingly high, but not quite to the level of a king’s ransom yet.
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Sacramento is not going to turn into the Bay Area anytime soon (we hope not, fingers crossed). Continue reading
OK, it has not yet gotten to the point where the fire marshall is stationed at the city limits, turning away people seeking Sacramento corporate rentals because the town has reached ‘capacity’. Not yet anyway. Continue reading