You’ve decided that you need a short term rental for your stay in Dallas and you don’t want to pay the high prices that you see listed for most corporate housing you’ve found online. So you set out to save some money and do it yourself…
Well, from what we have seen, it usually doesn’t end up saving any Read More »
Many people come to Dallas for short-term stays between the months of May and August and they seek out a corporate apartment while they are here. Inevitably the short term housing market gets overtaxed and supply cannot keep up with demand.
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Having already acquired a US railroad giant, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway now appears to have his sights set on the airline industry. Wall Street analysts think a takeover of Southwest Airlines is a possibility not to be ignored.
Warren Buffett, known as the Oracle of Omaha for his wisdom as a value investor who for decades has seen and capitalized Read More »
“If you build it, they will come” so the saying goes. Cemex, a Mexican multinational building materials company, is moving into its new US headquarters in western Houston. The new location reflects the company’s bright outlook.
CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V, also known as Cemex, is not physically moving its US headquarters far at all. Cemex will be vacating 42,000 Read More »
Perhaps nothing brings people together quite like food and drinks do. The Dallas Farmers Market has some of the very best in local and fresh produce, dairy, drinks, and much more.Many buyers are becoming more selective and aware of the effects of the food they eat on their physical health as well as on the health of the planet. By Read More »
The State Fair of Texas is kicking off in less than two weeks! A central part of the State Fair experience is the Red River Showdown football game hosted at the Cotton Bowl stadium. The University of Texas-Austin Longhorns go head-to-head with the Oklahoma University Sooners during this annual classic in front of a crowd more than 100,000 fans.
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Another great year at the State Fair of Texas is just around the corner! Livestock, an auto show, college football, and live music are just part of the fun awaiting you at Fair Park in Dallas.
Last year when we wrote about the State Fair of Texas, we were just as excited about the upcoming events and activities as Read More »
A slow-moving river that flows gently for 52 miles, Buffalo Bayou was the site of Houston’s founding back in 1836. During your stay with Kozi Corporate Housing, there is a lot to enjoy in Houston outside of the comfort of your beautiful, fully-furnished apartment. Discover what Buffalo Bayou has to offer.
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Now more than a decade into a period of feverish growth and economic prosperity, Houston is America’s fourth-largest city by population. It also happens to be its most culturally diverse. A downturn in the oil and gas sector has tempered growth, but Houston remains a vibrant town thanks to its industrial diversity. Houston is also Texas’ youngest city, as it is Read More »
Dallas, the ninth-largest US city by population, is home to an impressive skyline of towering buildings. As a major cosmopolitan city with a bustling economy, the Big D has more than 250 high-rise buildings. There are some buildings you should be sure to check out during your stay with Kozi Corporate housing in Dallas. Below we will clue you in Read More »
The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, named in honor of the late US President and native Texan, is the human spaceflight center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Going to the magnificent Space Center Houston, the JSC visitor center, in the Clear Lake area of Houston is a must. During your stay with Kozi Corporate Housing in our furnished Read More »
It has been tough going for the oil & gas industry, with a roughly 70-percent collapse in oil prices over the past 20 months. The booming energy industry in Texas has been forced to reign in spending. Job losses have left many workers and their families in doubt and in flux. Fortunately for them, Kozi Corporate Housing offers an ideal solution Read More »
Are you moving from one city to another? Or are you moving from one state to another? Perhaps you are remodeling your current home? All of these situations can be stressful. You may have a home still on the market or are waiting on closing. Or maybe you are deciding whether you want to rent or buy a home in Read More »
Last year, it drew just shy of 2.5 million visitors. They come to enjoy the world’s largest indoor rodeo. Spanning 20 days, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, also called RodeoHouston or the Houston Rodeo, is hosted at NRG Park. RodeoHouston includes typical rodeo events, such as tie-down roping, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, and bull riding. But RodeoHouston also Read More »
For a city whose cuisine was until recently known mostly for its steakhouses and Tex-Mex restaurants, Houston has in recent years become one of the top food scenes in the US. With the strong growth of the Houston economy and large influx of new residents from across the country and the world, the local restaurant industry has been booming. From Read More »
The famed San Antonio River Walk is a central landmark of the Alamo City, and arguably the biggest tourist attraction in all of Texas. But the River Walk isn’t just for tourists—locals love to visit the beautiful esplanade to enjoy the fun activities and vibrant social and cultural scene. During your stay in a Kozi Corporate Housing vacation rental, get Read More »
Houston is home to the The Texas Medical Center (TMC), the world’s largest medical complex which is considered by many to also be the world’s best. Since its establishment in 1945, the TMC has been at the cutting-edge of patient care, research, education, and prevention. People come from across the U.S. and the world for the leading care and treatment provided Read More »
With over 250,000 square feet of exhibit space, nearly 60,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, and an impressive 28,160 square-foot ballroom, the Fort Worth Convention Center is a great venue. Spanning 14 blocks of the city’s Central Business District, the Convention Center plays host to a wide variety of events, including: conventions, conferences, corporate meetings, sporting events, concerts, trade Read More »
The Houston Heights, or simply “The Heights,” is the city’s oldest planned community, founded in 1891 in what is now northwest-central Houston. The neighborhood has undergone a stunning revival and transformation in recent years due to a number of factors, including the city’s strong economy, an influx of young and well-to-do residents, and new development and restoration projects. The Heights is Read More »
Back in April 2014, Toyota confirmed plans to move its North American headquarters over the course of three years to a newly-constructed location in northwestern Plano, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This development project will finally put Texas, which until now only had two factories, on the auto industry’s grand stage. Toyota will create new employment opportunities within the Read More »
So what exactly is corporate housing? You are certain get different answers depending on who you ask. People might refer to it by a different name: short-term rentals, furnished apartments, serviced apartments, temporary housing, corporate suites, and executive suites, among others. Regardless of the name used to define it, corporate housing is generally a furnished apartment or condominium that can Read More »
You want to book a corporate housing lease. Now what? With Kozi Corporate Housing, the process is quick and hassle-free. You’ll have all of the information you need, we’ll ask you for some information, and within a few days we can help get you into your new home away from home.
Here’s an explanation of how the process works. First, Read More »
The Dallas-Fort Worth economy has been a shining star in recent years, and its growth is expected to continue to outpace that of the US economy as a whole. Unemployment in Dallas stands at just 4.0%, compared to the national average of 5.5%. The local economy benefits from the diversity of companies headquartered in the area. Corporations in the area and Read More »