You might think that home exchanging is a new concept, but did you know that HomeExchange.com has been around since 1992? Check out this quick history of home swapping!
“Home Exchanging sounds pretty great. How can I exchange my home?” If this thought has ever crossed your mind, you’re not alone!
Typical home swapper: Young. Tech-savvy. Budget traveler. Right? Wrong. Check out the results of this exciting study on Home Exchangers conducted by the University of Bergamo, Italy on the HomeExchange.com community. “My House is Yours”.
I’m going to make you an offer you can’t refuse. Take a holiday on me for two weeks. Any holiday, halfway up a mountain, fully stretched on a beach, or anything in between. Off you go, you and your chosen companions.
You’ve prepared your home and now you’re on your way to your very first home exchange. Here some tips and etiquette for what to do when you’ve reached your destination.
So you’ve arranged your very first home exchange. Congrats! You are on your way to living like a local. Here are some tips for preparing your home.
Meet Max, a travel blogger from Spain who made his dream of living on a houseboat a reality with Home Exchange!
1. You can walk through your house with your eyes closed and not bump into anything. 2. You love your town so much, you think everyone should live there. 3. You’re thinking about moving, but want to try before you buy. 4. You’ve always dreamed of roughing it, but don’t actually want to sleep in a tent. 5. You’ve always dreamed of being a gourmet chef, but don’t actually want to go to culinary school. 6. You really want to see how much of your high school Spanish class…