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Home exchanges — can work for a long weekend, as well as a longer stay.
Here are some guidelines to consider:
* Provide many photos of your home and in exchange request photos of the home you intend to visit.
* Establish good communication with the other home exchange party: phone, e-mail or fax.
* Leave clear and detailed instructions for "everything" from the trash pickup to grocery stores — store all valuables elsewhere — leave copies of car titles, insurance policies, guest passes, etc.
(Call it Home Exchange, Home Swap, Apartment Exchange, Apartment Swap — it's all the same!)
A selection of offerings located in 60+ countries worldwide.
Here's a testimonial:
I spent two wonderful weeks in London last summer in a delightful, comfortable apartment across the river
from Greenwich. A perfect exchange. Thank you, Pat.
12-month membership — $30
If you fail to find a home exchange partner during your 12 month membership, Singles Home Exchange International will give you another 12 month for FREE. No questions asked!
Here's Home Exchange.com's explanation of 'home exchange":
"Home exchangers trade their homes, condominiums or apartments at a time that is convenient to both parties, but these are not the only types of accommodations that one gets to choose from. For example, one exchanger traded his home for a 40-foot yacht. Another couple swapped their villa in Italy for a RV in Oregon because they had always wanted to tour the U.S. in true nomadic style. Often, home exchangers will include their automobiles as part of the package."
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