California — what better place to be? The golden state, a surfer’s paradise, land of beauty and opportunity: it can be all yours, with the added bonus of not having to pay rent when there’s a house sitting gig involved. California is an excellent locale for house sitting, with plenty of listings in the hottest locations this gorgeous land has …
The main housesitting websites are filled with great opportunities for house-sitters, offering a free stay in exchange for watching a pet or keeping a house duly occupied. But a keen eye is needed to watch out for housesitting scams, which abound like mushrooms in the forest after a rain.
Peak rental season is the best time for landlords. With properties in demand, you are more likely to secure a great tenant for your rental. That all changes in the off-season, unfortunately. Usually, the off-season happens in winter, when people are not all too interested in traveling, moving, or shaking up their lives. What is easy and straightforward in the summer and spring months suddenly becomes a major headache once the calendar pages flip over.
Whether running their own businesses or logging into the corporate life from a portable device, digital nomads are ready and willing to travel. And for those new to gallivanting around the world, many are leaving homes behind.
There’s nothing like an extended vacation to take your mind off of your everyday drudgery, and a sabbatical is about as extended as it gets! But before you can jet off to destinations unknown, you still have to put in some logistical work.
House sitting is a fun and affordable way to experience new places. For most house sitters, it is a way of life. Before you accept an opportunity to house sit, however, you need to understand that it involves certain responsibilities. You need to have a clear understanding of your responsibilities to manage your expectations.
Vacant luxury homes pose a greater risk than occupied homes. No matter what the reason, don’t let your luxury home sit unoccupied. Just locking the door and asking someone to check in once a week can be a big mistake.
Most homeowners are reluctant to hand over the keys to their home to a stranger and just walk away on a vacation. How do you find a trustworthy house sitter? Before you go through the process of choosing a trusted house sitter, you should decide what you need from them.
Most homeowners want to rent out their guest house in a private and discreet manner. This is because they don’t want to draw attention to their guest house due to safety and security reasons. The number of homeowners who are renting their properties discreetly has increased in the past few years.
When you go out of town for a vacation or work, you need someone you can trust to watch your home. You need someone trustworthy and reliable, especially if you have pets at home.
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