Travel Nurse Housing
At Advantage RN we want you to flourish in your role as a travel nurse and feel totally comfortable in your new home away from home. Our Housing Department makes it a goal to ensure all of our travelers enjoy a worry-free housing experience during their assignments.
Your Housing Coordinator can arrange for furnished private housing, convenient to your assignment. She’ll help you decide exactly what kind of housing you’ll have and will take care of all of the details – so you don’t have to! Want to find your own housing? That is totally your option as well. Just know that if we make your housing arrangements and your actual housing costs are lower than the projected amount, we will give all of the savings back to YOU!
Want to travel with your family or your pet? No problem! We can find special housing selections to accommodate Fifi or the fam! Please note that pet deposit and pet fees will apply when traveling with your pet. Just ask and we’ll be happy to share the details on how this works and the cost involved.
What’s included in our Housing package?
The monthly Housing quote you’ll receive from one of our friendly Housing Coordinators includes a one bedroom package with furniture and TV. Furniture in this case means a sofa, chair, and dining room table with chairs, end tables, a TV (with stand), queen-sized bed, dresser, nightstand and lamps. The utilities included are electric, gas, water and sewer.
Need cable and internet? You’ll have to set these up if you would like them. If you need the name of the providers, we can get that for you. Housewares (like dishes and a microwave — unless it’s built in) are not included, but we can normally arrange for it for an additional cost.
Get a jump on what to bring along on your new adventure by checking out What to Pack.
Here’s a Sampling of
Travel Nurse Housing Accommodations
Housing Department continually strives to provide housing in safe and convenient neighborhoods. Shown below is a sampling of some of our travel nurse accommodations in Alaska, Arizona, California and Tennessee. Click on an image to get a better view.