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Best websites for sharing or swapping homes

One of these sites features 37,000 listings in 137 countries.

Casacasa.org connects travelers with fellow club members around the world who offer to provide guests breakfast and a bed for up to three days. Members pay a small annual fee and must host visitors at least once a year. Guests pay their hosts a gratuity of $15 a day or $20 for a couple.

Homeexchange.com features 37,000 listings in 137 countries. Subscriptions for the international swap service start at $15.95 for three months.

Digsville.com offers free searches of homes available for swapping and lists yours for $44.95 a year.

Roofswap.com is “an aggregation of home-exchange listings from several sites.” A free membership lets you list your home while premium memberships allow open communication with other homeowners for $75 a year.

Source: The Washington Post

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