Post by Rosemary Kneipp, AussieinFrance.com When we first started to home exchange three years ago, it all seemed very easy. As time went on, we began to find it difficult to find what we wanted. There seem to be several reasons. Number of offers varies with the country First, all countries are not equal when it comes to home exchange. Let’s take a look at the figures. HomeExchange.com has 65,000 members, including 29,900 in Europe, 17,500 in the US, 9,400 in France (including 2,500 in and around Paris), 3,900…
You love to travel, and while your exchange partner gave you tons of places to visit and experience, you wish there was someone there waiting to meet you. Perhaps you’re looking for someone to show you around the city or introduce you to the best places to dine? Here are tips on how to easily meet people while you’re traveling – even before you leave home.
We all know that doing a home exchange is a great idea, but we also know that sharing your home for the first time can be scary. That is true for almost everything we do for the first time in life. The keys to overcome this apprehension are knowledge, preparation and experience. With over 1 million successful, happy home swaps since launching in 1992, we have learned a few tried and true tips to address your concerns.
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.
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.
Pet exchange is an option you can select when searching for your next swap. HomeExchange.com members care for each other’s dogs, cats, even chickens!