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Argentina home exchange property #0645

#0645: Argentina, MENDOZA - UCO VALLEY, Tunuyan


25 to 30 credits

4 beds | sleeps 8 | 3.5 baths

-33.571167 -69.013214 0645
Argentina home exchange property #0517

#0517: Argentina, BUENOS AIRES, RECOLETA


13 to 16 credits

2 beds | sleeps 3 | 1.5 baths

-34.589546 -58.397366 0517
-40.784595 -71.591034 1196

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Mexico home exchange property #0485

#0485: Mexico, Punta Mita, Lagos Del Mar


160 to 300 credits

5 beds | sleeps 10 | 5.5 baths

20.765623 -105.528786 0485
Brazil home exchange property #1428

#1428: Brazil, Alagoas, praia do patacho


150 to 350 credits

8 beds | sleeps 22 | 7 baths

-9.196178 -35.314980 1428
Mexico home exchange property #1520

#1520: Mexico, Cabo San Lucas

Boutique hotel, Resort, B&B (multi unit)

from 71 credits

3 unit(s) | sleeps up to 24

Brazil home exchange property #0870

#0870: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio


50 to 105 credits

2 beds | sleeps 8 | 2.5 baths

-22.967983 -43.203598 0870
Mexico home exchange property #1522

#1522: Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Carretera Transpeninsular km 7.3

Boutique hotel, Resort, B&B (multi unit)

from 45 credits

2 unit(s) | sleeps up to 18

Brazil home exchange property #0833

#0833: Brazil, São Paulo, Riviera de São Lourenço


30 to 45 credits

3 beds | sleeps 6 | 3 baths

-23.798841 -46.011375 0833
Costa Rica home exchange property #0787

#0787: Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Montezuma


30 to 60 credits

4 beds | sleeps 10 | 4 baths

9.654754 -85.067924 0787
Mexico home exchange property #1298

#1298: Mexico, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende


25 credits

2 beds | sleeps 5 | 3.5 baths

20.908373 -100.733994 1298
Costa Rica home exchange property #0825

#0825: Costa Rica, Osa Peninsula, Cabo Matapalo


21 to 33 credits

2 beds | sleeps 6 | 2.5 baths

8.389310 -83.280197 0825
Mexico home exchange property #0789

#0789: Mexico, Baja California, San Felipe


16 to 25 credits

2 beds | sleeps 10 | 3 baths

31.034851 -114.825806 0789
Panama home exchange property #0712

#0712: Panama, Panama City, Perico island


15 credits

3 beds | sleeps 8 | 3 baths

8.914715 -79.524513 0712
Mexico home exchange property #0984

#0984: Mexico, Juluapan Peninsula, Manzanillo - Santiago


12 to 16 credits

3 beds | sleeps 6 | 2.5 baths

19.122263 -104.391281 0984
Mexico home exchange property #0660

#0660: Mexico, Sinaloa, Mazatlan


12 to 15 credits

2 beds | sleeps 6 | 2 baths

23.251808 -106.439011 0660
Mexico home exchange property #0788

#0788: Mexico, Baja California Norte, Rosarito


9 to 25 credits

2 beds | sleeps 8 | 2 baths

32.358509 -117.050194 0788
Mexico home exchange property #1498

#1498: Mexico, Oaxoca, Salchi


7 to 12 credits

2 beds | sleeps 6 | 2.5 baths | 1 shower

15.690783 -96.348679 1498
Peru home exchange property #1497

#1497: Peru, Mancora


6 beds | sleeps 15 | 7 shower

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Home Exchange Quick Tips

Tips for a Successful Vacation Home Exchanges & Trades

Be Flexible

The easiest way make a house swap happen, especially last minute, is by being flexible with locations and dates.  Having an open mind gives you a wealth of choices and you could end up somewhere exciting that you had never thought about.  Step into someone else’s lifestyle and let the world surprise you. 

 Start Small

Start with the idea of a small party or immediate family and then, if you secure a bigger property, invite others to join you.  Big groups can get complicated because it limits possibilities and it can be difficult to find dates and locations that work for everyone.

 Move Quickly

To take advantage of last minute swaps for summer, timing is important.  If you find something available move fast to get your travel plans in place as you can't expect a host to have you pencilled in for long.  

Be Accurate

Take the time to create an accurate and telling description of your house and community.   Sell your location by sharing information on interesting things to do and see in your area that only the locals are aware of. Use our Google map to insert places of interest around your property.

 Leave Instructions

Provide a notebook with operating instructions for the various appliances, electronics, and hardware around your home.  

Inform your Insurance Agent

Talk to your insurance agent about your exchange plans.  Most insurance companies are happy to know that a house won’t be left empty and guests will generally be covered under your policy, but it is always good to check.  

Find a reputable home exchange service

Home exchange services not only provide a forum to connect with fellow home exchangers, they can also provide a level of security.  International Vacation Home Exchange- IVHE, who specializes in Worldwide Luxury home exchanges, provides a detailed contract to protect both parties.   References are also required to become part of this private home exchange club and feedback is posted by members about their recent trades.  

 About International Vacation Home Exchange- IVHE

IVHE specializes in Luxury Vacation Exchanges. A versatile credit system based on non-simultaneous trade-exchanges gives members access to an uncommonly broad selection of choice properties and has the advantage of not needing to find another person who want to visit their property.  With the addition of Dubai, Bequia, Phuket, and Cabo San Lucus, International Vacation Home Exchange now provides its members year-round access to luxury vacation homes on 6 Continents and in 56 Countries.  IVHE members have access to luxury-staffed villas, yachts, ski lodges, boutique hotels and even safari game lodges. Add to that highly individual and personal service given to all members, and IVHE is the 1st choice for luxury home exchange.

Photo tips for your home exchange property

A couple of Tips for Amazing Photos

 We live in the age of the photograph. A quick browse through any Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account proves that people are taking and sharing pictures of everything from the mundane to the magnificent. Why? Quite simply, because we can. Today's cell phones and digital cameras have made it easy to preserve any moment in time.

There is a difference, however, between an average photo and one that's truly outstanding in style and quality. Following a few simple tips can take your pictures from so-so to splendid in short order.

 Be Still

 One of the simplest ways to take clear pictures is to use a tripod. It keeps your camera absolutely still and results in a blur-free image that you can't get when snapping by hand. Additionally, setting the timer function can eliminate even the small blur that sometimes occurs when pushing the button.

 When taking pictures for the IVHE site, be sure the camera is on the highest resolution setting and use no less than 72 dots per inch of resolution when posting. The internet was meant to show off your location with big, bold pictures.

Look out for more tips next week...