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Pack Your Bags

Before you do so, we'll help ensure your home away from home is everything you need, and more. You'll have the option of staying in corporate housing or accepting a housing stipend. Some therapists with a more adventurous side will wait to book housing until after they've spent some time in their new city (room service, anyone?). Whether you decide to book housing before or after arriving in your new city—we're here to help. 

Decide Style of Housing

You have options! The first choice to make is whether or not you'll sign a lease. Many travelers will book Extended Stay hotel rooms for the flexibility (and free grab-and-go breakfasts), plus non-existent move-in fees. If hotels aren't your style, AirBnb is another popular option for therapists looking for shorter term accommodations.

Get Inspiration

Life on the road can be difficult! Check this page often for more content, blog posts, and ideas on making your home away from home as livable and enjoyable as possible. If you have specific questions about housing, contact us today.

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The Latest Housing Content from Advanced Housing tips, how-to guides, and more!

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Maggie's Above Garage Apartment

"I stayed in a wonderful renovated above garage apartment in High Point, NC.! It came fully furnished with small couch, queen bed, chairs, little end table, large closet, small night stand, drying rack, toaster, pots/pans, everything! My landlords became easily my second parents and I spent a ton of time with them kayaking, cooking, going shopping, drinking wine, etc!"

Maria's Weekend Adventures

Maria was more than fine with corporate housing while on assignment in Mt. Dora: "Between the air bed and plastic drawers everything packed up nicely in my car. I was exploring every weekend so I was only there during the week."

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Real Traveler Housing

Kelsey B.

An antique store/inn with an unexpected past (a funeral home)!

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Privately owned condo in a hotel in Daytona Beach.

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Kelsey's condo in the Florida panhandle.

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A house on a lake in central North Carolina.

Melissa J.

Meet Legolas, the miniature pony who lived in Melissa J.'s backyard. He also acted as a lawn mower!

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Questions about Housing?

Contact Advanced Travel Therapy and we’ll get back to you right away!