Alameda is another city in the Bay Area that is a “secret find”, and we know of Alameda, California, furnished short term housing that other companies simply do not know about.
Because we have been in the business of providing short term accommodation throughout the whole state for very many years and we have contacts with property owners that others do not. If you stop to think about it, it makes sense. People who own property and want to rent it out for an income don’t want all the hassle of advertising it, booking visitors in, organizing the housekeeping, advertising it again when the present visitors are due to move out, and all the other aggravation that can entail. What they want is to let their property out and sit back and enjoy the monthly check that they get. That’s it.
So they are happy to pay us a fee to do all the donkey work while they basically have to do nothing at all. Because we have been in the business for so long, it means that we have built up a long list of property owners who trust us to get on with the job, and that means that their properties are not advertised anywhere else other than on our website. That is why we have available Alameda, California, furnished short term housing that you won’t find anywhere else.
The Best Residential Areas for Alameda, California, Housing
We have some really lovely properties in the best residential areas of Alameda too. We have one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments and homes that are beautifully furnished and have everything you need such as fully fitted kitchens, washing machine and dryer, cable TV, high speed broadband, car parking, housekeepers, king sized beds, and some have lovely yards with pools, hot tubs, and access to a local gym. What more could you want? Oh, yes, since you ask, we also have some Alameda, California, furnished short term housing owners who will allow pets as well, so you can bring the dog, cat, or the kids’ hamster as well.
Living in furnished accommodation when you are on a posting to the area is so much better than living in a hotel. You can come and go as you please, cook what you want when you want rather than being restricted to the hotel menu, do your own laundry, and if you fancy a tipple you can buy drinks at shop prices instead of paying the extortionate rates that hotel bars charge. Perhaps the other really important thing is that you have privacy in your own accommodation which you don’t have in a hotel cooped up with a hundred other residents.