Even though organizing a multi-city exchange can seem a bit overwhelming at first, it’s really not too much different from setting up a regular home exchange.
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Meet Max, a travel blogger from Spain who made his dream of living on a houseboat a reality with Home Exchange!
We recently asked some of our members a question: What’s a travel experience you’ve always wanted to have? You gave us some amazing responses! Read on to discover a few of our favorites.
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…
As a photographer and traveler, Daniel knows how important photos of a house are in catching the attention of other exchangers. He is excited to share some tips for taking ideal photos of your home to help highlight all of its best assets. So, get your camera ready…3, 2, 1, say cheese!
When we joined HomeExchange.com in 2010 we had no idea just how frequently ‘too good to miss’ opportunities would PING! into our inbox. If, like us, you can be flexible with your travel plans, set up your laptop anywhere and call it your ‘office’, and love the unexpected, then anything is possible. Here’s the year where we proved it (part two)!
One of the many perks of home exchange travel is the ability to live like a local, so it’s a great idea to leave your guests a city guide with inside info on your area. Here are some tips for helping your Exchange partners make the most of their visit.
You could be forgiven for expecting a home exchange to involve swapping your home for, well, someone else’s home. But as we recently discovered on our trip to Australia, home exchange can come in unexpected shapes and sizes!
Beijing is full of amazing cuisine, both familiar and adventurous. Read on for a list of the top 5 ways to eat like a local while you’re there. Shandong sauce noodles (Jajangmyeon) – For a hearty meal, try these thick what noodles topped with a…
Chris and Hannah of Love Play Work share their 160-second tour of their Home Exchange in Sunriver, Oregon.