Where to Find Short Term RentalsSaturday, August 14, 2010
Planning for a short-time stay in any one of the states in Malaysia? Interested in placing information about available short term rentals? Both can be easily done at CariBilik -Malaysia's largest room classifieds web site.
Currently, the site has rooms or houses rented out for short-term renting in the states of Melaka, Perak, Penang and Selangor. Each room or house that is available for rent is mostly furnished with all the basic necessities such as beds, sofa, water heater, washing and cooking facilities. The dates of rental availability are also displayed in a calendar for your ease of booking.
There are pictures of the whole house or the rooms that are up for rent. Rental fees which are based on per room or per house are also listed.
For those who are interested in posting up ads for rooms or houses available for short-term stay, all you need to do is go through a simple less-than-a-minute free registration process.
Once you're logged in, you have two options - either to choose to rent a place or have a place rented out. After clicking on any one of the two buttons, you'll land at a page that will either guide guests or hosts through three key steps:
For guests, you'll go through these steps:
1-Select dates & book place
2-Get confirmation & pay online
3-Print payment code & check in
For hosts, you'll run through these steps:
1-List your place & get approval
2-Confirm incoming bookings
3-Get payment code from guest during check-in & get paid
Reliability of its users is very important to CariBilik. With the strict screening procedure that every registered hosts goes through, you can bet that suspicious rentals made by dishonest hosts will be filtered out and their accounts suspended. Payment method that is done through the site offers security and reliability for both guests and users.
All in all, it's definitely a site worth visiting if you are looking for a non-hotel residential place to stay at for a short duration of time, that will not tear holes in your pocket.
shanaz@RS | 12:06 AM | Labels: Practicalities