Long Term Apartment Rentals

Long Term Apartment Rentals Rome from the property owner is a growing phenomenon

How I fell into the real estate business of letting Rent Luxury Apartment In Rome Italy is not that interesting.
It started on the streets outside the Vatican. On my arrival to Rome in 2011 as I wandered the streets in awe of what Rome has to offer, of what Rome has left to the ruins..(it truly is an open air museum) I was confronted by a number of hawkers trying to sell me Skip the Line tickets to the Vatican Museums. Recently having caught the sales bug from my buddy Jas in Perth I let these guys rabble on listening to their pitch. Made me laugh.
So I thought this is what I’ll do this summer. So after buying one of their Skip the line tickets (and thoroughly enjoying the tour by the way!) I hit them up if they could take me to their boss. And what do you know – that summer I was busy selling Skip the Line tickets to the Vatican Museums. Not a bad summer job and got to meet a lot of English speaking expats. One of those became a good friend and when the rain and cold came and the flow tourists slowed to a slim few I queried Lee what does one do in the drought season of 5 months. He rented Long Term Apartment Rentals Rome, mainly to students.
So after a few wines and dinners with each of our families our business began. I put my internet marketing skills to good use (finally) and he became the face in the little hole of an office we stumbled across. Originally we focused on foreign students coming to Rentals Rome to study at one of the few prestigious American Universities based here in the Italian capital – Rome. Namely JCU – John Cabot University, AUR – American University of Rome and Temple University to name a few.
Slowly but gradually our good name and reputation of reliability and trustworthiness got out and owners started contacting us to tap into our student market. Part of the job was to attend networking meeting held by one of the many Expat sites on the net which organize cafe night and language exchange. In the process of attending these we realized that Apartment Rentals Rome has a massive professional migration each year due to many United Nation agencies, embassies and multi-national companies being based here. Most of their employees are on temporary contracts which create a great turnover which is great for us.
Learning this at relatively the same time as meeting many high society owners with gorgeous lavish Luxury Apartment Rentals Rome sitting empty we decided to break into this market too. This has now become the majority of our work although many students still pass through our doors.
Now days the luxury Roman Apartment Rentals we have at our disposal is amazing. The difference between a normal apartment rental and luxury Rome Apartments For Rent Monthly depends on many things. The quality of the fittings, furniture, the design, colors chosen and the is the property equipped with modern conveniences like wifi, dishwasher, LARGE flatscreen TV, sky, paintings, quality linen and cutlery, and the little things help too like shampoo and soap ready for guests, some water in the fridge and the basic cooking ingredients like salt, coffee, sugar. A terrace helps but must have table, chairs, flowers and a view – of something bella – not just a bunch or aerials.
Part of my day involves viewing new properties, properties you normally would only see in magazines or on a Hollywood movie. I love this job!
Come to Rome and visit the Eternal City and rent a luxury vacation apartment rental in Rome or a medium term luxury apartment rental in Rome with Crib Rentals Rome.

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