‘Accommodation for the Games’ (http://www.accommodationforthegames.com ), a venture that helps property owners earn extra income by advertising their home as a holiday rental during the 2012 Olympics, is teaming up with Buy Time, a respected concierge and lifestyle management company that can help owners make the most of their rental opportunity, and can also help visitors enjoy their time in London ‘to the max’.

Thanks to the gold medal-worthy partnership, anyone who is interested in renting out their property during the 2012 Olympics can take advantage of a complete support service that ensures everything is properly taken care of before, during and after the event. For example, Buy Time can take car of registration, handle enquiries, organise the rental agreement, arrange for the property to be cleaned and for personal items to be stored, meet and greet the tenants, and even provide a complete concierge service to care for them during their stay.

Buy Time offers a comprehensive PA service and is ideally placed to arrange visitors’ travel and schedules. Its expert team can collect visitors from airports and train stations, go shopping for them, arrange their visits to restaurants and beauty salons, buy tickets for shows on their behalf and act as a handy PA who is always on call.

Rex Batey, managing director of Accommodation for the Games, says: “Thousands of homeowners opened their doors to visitors during the Royal Wedding, and had great success in securing sensational prices for short term holiday rentals. Opportunities to earn extra income are plentiful. Wimbledon is just round the corner, as is the British Open, and then the 2012 Olympics.”

He adds: “However, some people need a helping hand when renting out their property. As well as having the option to do it themselves and advertise directly on our website, they can now use the expert service from our new partner, Buy Time, which helps them manage all aspects of a short term rental and enables them to offer a gold standard service to their tenants.”

The Accommodation for the Games website showcases accommodation of all varieties. For sports fans seeking a place to stay, it offers links to private and hotel accommodation, combined with reviews of capital locations designed to help visitors choose the best one for their needs. The site describes many neighbourhoods throughout the boroughs of London, as well as orbital areas that are hosting Olympic venues. Additional tourist information on the site includes airport transfers, train times and restaurant and theatre details.

For the property owner – whether they want to list a campsite, B&B, flat, house, mansion or penthouse suite – Accommodation for the Games showcases their properties to millions of global sports fans, sportspeople, media and VIPs who are keen to secure the right accommodation for their chosen event. The site has been specially designed to comply with the strict marketing regulations that protect the 2012 Olympics and its sponsors. Advertisers can rest assured that they are listing their property on a compliant, attractive and highly visible site.

Accommodation for the Games customers enjoy a 10% discount on Buy Time prices.

Notes for editors:

About Accommodation for the Games:
Established in 2010, Accommodation for the Games runs a website that helps capital property owners earn extra income by advertising their private residential homes or investment properties as holiday rentals available at Olympic-time.

About Buy Time:
Buy Time was established in 2002 by Claire Brynteson, a former investment banker, to help individuals with their homes and lifestyles, and provide businesses with competent executive assistants, part time or short term. The company now has almost a decade’s worth of experience and a skilled team of assistants under its belt.

For further information, please contact:
Rex Batey, Accommodation for the Games
Tel: 08000 198 011

Site: www.accommodationforthegames.com
Email: info@accommodationforthegames.com

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