Whether your employer is footing the bill for your corporate housing San Diego apartment, or you’re paying for it out of pocket, you might want to consider a living budget. Part of a living budget is knowing when you are paying too much. If you do this and your employer, new or otherwise, is paying they will most likely see your cognizant of the dollar value, and you’ll make a good impression.
The first step you need to do is make a realistic budget, and you don’t need a computer program to do something like this. A budget helps you make the most of your money while allowing you to get a handle on your flow of money. Keeping track of your daily expenses with a pen and some paper, seems low-tech, but can be done easily.
Factoring how much you should pay for your rent directly reflects how much you can pay for other expenses. So, if your rent comes with amenities like parking, cable, hot water, concierge service, and such then spending a bit more might be of interest to you, especially if you’re going to spend a good deal of time at your place. So, paying an extra $200 per month for a lot of amenities could be worth it to you. However, if your new digs are just a place to hang your hat and sleep, then you might want to save the extra rent and use the money to pay back loans or other bills.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company suggests that your rent should be no more than 25% of your monthly gross income. For example, if you are paid $40,000/year, or $3,333/month your monthly rent should be in the vicinity of $834. You can add in utilities after.
Deemed the third largest city in California and the tenth largest in the United States, San Jose was founded in 1777 and boasts a rental market of about 35%, a good portion of those rentals being corporate housing San Jose. The area is considered the Silicon Valley due to its technological and computer based type businesses that expanded throughout the area in the 1990’s. This is one of the main reasons the area continues to maintain higher than average rental prices.
Rich in culture, shopping, restaurants, and hotels, San Jose has quickly become a tourist destination for many people. The historic downtown area has plenty of shopping and museums like the Tech Museum of Innovation, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Museum of Art, and the Children’s Discovery Museum. Being that it doesn’t have the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, the city is much easier to navigate and you’ll be able find your location.
One of the main attractions in San Jose, one that pulls many visitors from San Francisco, is the Winchester Mystery House. This 160 room Victorian mansion, built over a 38 year period, ranging from 1884 until Sarah Winchester’s death in 1922, has some state of the art amenities — at least for its time.
If you are moving to the San Jose area for work, as many continue to be, you’ll need to find corporate housing San Jose style and we at PC Housing can help.
Los Angeles is a big city. A lot of incredibly diverse people as well as a lot of fantastic neighborhoods. If you’re business is moving you to the area and you’re looking for corporate housing Los Angeles it can be a bit overwhelming. This wonderful city is a sprawling metropolis, so you’ll want to be sure to seek help from a corporate housing business that’s well connected. You want the shortest commute possible.
A number of our customers come here for work, fall in love with the area, and then decide to stay on. Most have never spent much time in the city before, so a executive apartments Los Angeles, a temporary home, is just what they need to decide on where to plant their roots for the long haul.
Our homes are fully furnished and accessorized with all bed and bath linens so you’ll only need to bring your clothes. Of course if you have some accessories of your own; favorite towels, coffee mugs, and pillows you can bring them. After all, we want you to be comfortable.