You’ve just landed in a new city, and you’re ready to tackle your new work assignment. But before you start hitting the pavement to hold your first meeting with a client, you’ll be hitting the sack at your new temporary home. Your choice of temporary home will ultimately determine how comfortable and welcoming that “sack” will feel in the weeks ahead, according to travel guru Brian Ferdinand in a recently published article. According to Ferdinand, your best option for an ultra-comfortable stay during your business trip is corporate housing.

A Glimpse At Corporate Housing

Corporate housing is a type of accommodation designed to mirror a regular home. In other words, it offers more space than your typical hotel does, and it also includes the types of amenities you are used to accessing at home. Corporate housing units feature full-sized kitchens and work spaces, for example.

According to Brian Ferdinand, the managing partner of CorpHousing Group, his firm provides travelers with dependable accommodations in central urban locales. The firm’s personal service personnel and greeters meet all guests personally to talk about their rentals as well as to emphasize that they are available to resolve any issues that the guests may be experiencing.

Who Are Corporate Housing Units For?

Corporate housing units can meet the needs of a wide variety of travelers who fall under various categories. For instance, you can take advantage of corporate housing if you are traveling for business reasons. For example, your company may want you to attend trainings or even lead training sessions in another locale. Or, your employer might require you to set up a new office, build new clientele, or manage a project in another area over the span of several weeks.

What Specific Industries Can Take Advantage Of Corporate Housing?

Corporate housing is most commonly used in industries such as health care, when medical researchers and travel nurses need places to stay while on assignment. However, it can also come in handy in the entertainment industry—for example, for film crews and stage performers. The energy sector’s gas and oil exploration workers can also capitalize on corporate housing when on the road.

Other industries that can benefit from corporate housing include professional services (for instance, consultants) and the military and government (for instance, service members who have been reassigned). In addition, contracted programmers in the technology field can stay in corporate housing units, as can auditors in the banking and finance industries. Finally, project managers in construction and manufacturing can benefit from this increasingly popular type of accommodation.