Glendale >Real Estate Sales & Services > Travelers Haven
425 S Cherry St # 840, Denver, CO | Directions 8024639.708968 -104.933813
Mon., Wed. - Fri. 7am - 6pm;Tue. 6:45am - 6pm;Sat. 11am - 5pm;Sun. CLOSED
Even though they are our competitor, they do great work. If we are out of inventory, we send the customer to Travelers Haven.
As a vacation homeowner Travelers Haven has rented my house on 2 occasions, back to back rental for visiting nurses to our area (one nurse left so there was a credit so they moved in nurse #2). Travelers Haven was contracted to rent the house from a staffing company. The staffing company pays Travelers Haven the contracted rental amount and deposits etc.. However, â??Brandonâ?? of Travelers Haven does not send the contracted amount of money, it is always shorted! In the meantime, I have made numerous phone calls, emails, etc. to Brandon, all were ignored. When I do finally get to speak with him, he blatantly lies (he has no conscious) and says he sent it to the accounting department last week, etc.. This last time I threatened to evict the tenant and called the staffing agency, I received checks within another week, however not in the amounts that were agreed upon, they were short! I also have a NO SMOKING policy stated on our contracts and posted in the house. After the first nurse let we had extensive cleaning costs due to her smoking in the house, as well as she didnâ??t keep a tidy house! We found it difficult as well to collect for the damages! Beware homeowners of this company!!
Great customer service. – I work with Travelers Haven regularly to find apartments for traveling healthcare professionals and love their service.
Elizabeth my Account Manager is extremely nice and attentitive.
The only negative is they can't always find exactly what I'm looking for, but they always try.
WOW – My experience with Travelers Haven was more positive than I could have hoped for. The Dude and I booked two locations, one for Seattle and one for Vancouver. I felt more comfortable going through Travelers Haven than Craigslist (since Travelers Haven claims to have a policy of holding the funds until the day after you've checked in), and the places we found were far and away better spaces at better price points than staying in hotels. The one thing I did wonder though was how Travelers Haven knows a guest has checked in, because there wasn't anything we did online or otherwise. Unless they just assume that no news is good news (though based on the first review--if immediate contact was needed would it be available?).
Yes, they charged a fee on top of what the hosts charge for the spaces, but they're a for-profit company and we are material boys and girls living in a material world so I'm not surprised. Also, the additional fee was not so outrageous as to make it less of a better deal than booking a comparable hotel room. In my experience, we still came out ahead in that regard. Also, our Seattle host had many recommendations and reviews, so I felt comfortable booking that space. The Vancouver one had zero at time of booking, but two (in addition to ours) positive by the time our stay was over and I reviewed it. I think, just like anything, it's helpful to read reviews and try to figure out who is the most legit.
Since joining Travelers Haven for our travels, I've perused the website (window shopping, if you will) and there have been several listings pop up that seem "too good to be true"; since Travelers Haven is a newer company, I suspect they're still working out kinks and regardless, there will always be people out there who will use any medium possible to take advantage of others. In general--in travel and in life--it remains important to stay diligent. If you decide to use Travelers Haven and you're questioning the legitimacy of listings, you can contact the host before you book. And I suppose, if all else fails, contact Travelers Haven and bring it to their attention. Still, I would recommend this service and plan to use it again in the future.
P.S. What is with ex-employees leaving bad reviews about their old employer? Seems pretty unprofessional, perhaps a sign of why you guys were let go to begin with, no?
Do not do business with this company...BEWARE! – Signed a contract with this company for our rental house. They rented it for 4 months and did not do a single thing in maintaining the outside of the property. When told that they signed a contract to maintain they property, they said that they couldn't help us. Have to spend time and money to take them to court. STAY AWAY! Do NOT lease them property...you will get stuck with the bill
Beware of this Employer – I would like everyone to know that I thought I got hired with a thriving and growing company that valued their employees. But I was wrong. Yes they are growing but what upset me the most is that I walked into a mess. I was hired by an Accountant who quit after working here for 8 months, I was overwhelmed with the many furniture bills that had not been processed all month, and the accounting department was unorganized with no system, I worked really hard to get the bills up to date, and many were in collections through Comcast, etc. They decided to fire me within 3 weeks of working here with no valid reasoning, they fired me with no pay and have made me wait about two weeks. is this even legal???
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