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November 29, 2011


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What a gorgeous room!

Are there many exchanges to Britain, continental Europe and / or Australia or New Zealand? Also, have you ever seen RV exchanges on there? I'd love to do Australia (maybe Europe) via RV, but a home exchange would work too.

Retired Syd

Jacq: The problem is not too few listings in those places but too many to sort through. I actually have seen RV exchange listed, but not that often. Maybe there are more than I know, though, since I've never searched for that on the site. You can explore homeexchange.com for free, you should take a look, you will probably be overwhelmed. (The room above is in a 200 year old farmhouse we exchanged for in Vermont last year. Beautiful, isn't it?)

Blossom Bucket

Home exchange or house swap may be a little bit scary for beginners. Not only that they are concerned whether all the amenities mentioned in the listing will indeed be available in the house that they will be staying at, but they also have a great deal of concern about the other people staying in their house and using their things. This is the most common apprehensions of many people about home exchanging.



Rikard Ruggiero

Home exchange is an alternative way to consider when going on vacation. There are many benefits to this new and exciting vacation style. When you do a holiday house exchange you are basically exchanging lives with another family. Great right? Vacations are usually not very relaxing but when you swap homes it can be.

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