Frequently Asked Questions
Are Stress Free Corporate apartments only used by corporations?
No. Stress Free Corporate Housing is a nation wide corporate housing provider of SHORT TERM HOUSING and TEMPORARY HOUSING for relocating employees, temporary assignments, military personal, leisure travel, insurance/disaster aid and corporate training programs.
What does a Stress Free Corporate Housing temporary apartment offer that a hotel can not?
Unlike hotels, Stress Free Corporate Housing corporate apartments are ideally suited for stays of 30 days or more, and feature amenities not found in hotels including a fully-equipped kitchen as well as washer and dryer within most units.
What does a Stress Free Corporate Housing apartment offer that an extended-stay hotel can not?
Many extended hotels offer studio-style apartments with scaled-down kitchenettes. Stress Free Corporate Housing offers spacious one, two and three-bedroom furnished apartments with separate living, dining and sleeping areas which are better suited to serve the needs of busy professionals and families alike.
Are the apartments fully furnished?
Yes. Stress Free Corporate Housing offers one-, two- and three-bedroom, fully furnished apartments, complete with a full-sized kitchen, full-sized appliances, and a full array of housewares, linens and electronics.
Do your temporary accommodations allow me to bring my pet?
Most Stress Free Corporate Housing communities allow your pets to stay with you. There are some exceptions for large, potentially noisy or unusual pets, and in most cases an extra deposit is necessary.
Can I get Premium channels or Pay-Per-View showings?
Local cable is included in the monthly cost. For your comfort, premium channels, Pay-Per-View services and cable service in additional rooms within the apartment are available at an additional fee.
Can I get high-speed Internet access inside of my temporary apartment?
Yes, high-speed internet is included in almost every accommodation. Availability, type of access, and service providers vary depending on the state, neighborhood and specific community.