So often my work for @tnagriculture and my personal overlap and tonight was no exception. Had a great night with #tndairy producers in Sweetwater. Being a former dairy girl, it made my ♥️ happy to see my good friend, @miranda_e_varner, presenting the @farmcreditmid Dairy Revenue Protection info like she grew up selling #milk! Usually she is stuck listening to me speak! #tradingplaces
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Photo from our NYC home exchange when we pretended to be a trendy little Brooklyn family for a week. Can you tell we favor exchanges with backyards? Our favorite paid platform is @homeexchangecom . We’ve done most of our exchanges through them. The best part about this platform is how fancy the houses are. Many listings are second vacation homes. Yes please! It’s USD 150/year to have an active listing which I figure is comparable to one hotel stay for unlimited vacations. I like this platform because people are responsive and you can message multiple listings at once. They have the options for reciprocal swaps, non-reciprocal swaps, and a balloon system. One balloon=one stay, doesn’t matter how long or the size/location of the home. These balloons are really useful bargaining chips. Everyone is stoked to get one so it’s easy to make a swap as soon as you earn a balloon by hosting someone else. The only downside to Home Exchange is that there isn’t a great system for rating listings. Where is the top location you want to try home swapping? #getglobetrottingnyc#getglobetrottinghomeexchange
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The Future #TradingPlaces
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We researched a ton of home exchange platforms before deciding on the two that we use. Today I will be talking about @guesttoguest our favorite free home exchange network. This photo is from our best Guest to Guest stay so far. This platform offers three different kinds of stays: reciprocal, non-reciprocal (you and your host stay in each other’s homes at different times) and stays for points. When you make your booking, you pay a safety deposit which your host returns to you at the end of your stay. Guest to Guest keeps a small percentage of the deposit which is how the website makes money. Ours ended up being $30 for a 5 day stay. Things I like about this platform: easy to earn points (you get a ton for just signing up), fair user rating tools (similar to Airbnb), and it has the most listings of any home exchange network. One downside of Guest to Guest is that because the platform is free, there are a ton of inactive listings. However it’s easy to sort these out using the search filters. Have you ever tried Guest to Guest? What did you think? #getglobetrottinghomeexchange#getglobetrottingtraveltips
Who can home swap? You likely first think of someone who owns a home in a popular vacation location. While those people will certainly have a very easy time finding swaps, the truth is most listings don’t fit that criteria. If you are a renter, the first step would be to check with your landlord. Most of the places we have stayed have been rented apartments. Next, think about why you live where you do. Are you close to culture or nature? If you’re just a short train ride away from San Francisco, wouldn’t it be fun to swap with someone who is a short train ride away from Paris? What about someone in a city center that might want to stay in your country home to get away from it all? Are you near any colleges? One of our home swaps was with a grandmother visiting her grandson at college. If you’re in Utah, people always want to go there to visit family or ski. In summary, every area has something to offer. Tell me why you love where you live in the comments! #getglobetrottinghomeexchange#getglobetrottingtraveltips