Price: All things are not equal
It is amazing how many people call different housing companies and only ask about the price. “What is your rate for a one bedroom apartment for one month?” My question would be, “What is included for the price?” The differences are incredible, and it’s not the big things but the little things.
If you are going to make something comfortable and convenient, can you see it in a picture?
Recently, I toured a competitor’s apartment, and I discovered they offered salt and pepper shakers without the salt and pepper. No one wants to go out and buy salt, pepper and sugar when they may be staying there for a month or two. These are the little things that make the difference.
Newer, luxury buildings are always more expesnive than the older buildings. They usually have more convenient amenities such as a washer/dryer, and of course it is a more modern building. Location is very important relative to price.
What is included for the price? Electricity, maid service, wi-fi, expanded cable (not basic cable), king/queen size bed, local and long distance calls? And what is the quality of the furniture and furnishings in the apartment? All of this should be considered when inquiring about the price of a corporate apartment.