New York Property Exchange: A Smart Move For Business Women

New York, I love you!

There’s no doubt about it: If you don’t count last month’s hurricane, New York is still one of the best places in the world. The city offers tons of things to see and do; the shopping, it’s restaurants and nightlife, the fashion, shows, museums. The list goes on…

We also know that New York is a place where a lot of business is conducted so if you are not a Big Apple resident and you are visiting the city for work, why not consider a home swap for your trip?

In the article below you can read all about how and why home exchanges are a good idea, as well as get ideas about places in the Big Apple you should try to visit in your downtime…

How home swaps work

Home swaps work when like-minded travellers link up to arrange home exchanges in different parts of the world. A good way of doing this is to visit, sign up to become a member and start looking for New York home exchanges. There are other members who may have an interest in a home swap and the first step is to make contact.

It’s then down to you and the other party to agree on the terms and dates of the exchange. Once you have an agreement in place, you can finalise things like key handovers, and look forward to visiting New York!

Why home swaps are a good idea for business trips

Some people enjoy staying in hotels, but plenty more prefer a more homely atmosphere. You can get this with a swap as you’ll be staying in someone else’s house, which will have all of the comforts of home. It’s great to kick back in your own space, cook a meal and enjoy a glass of wine or two after a long day at work in New York.

That’s the scene set, so what other benefits are there? Well, without a doubt the best part of it is the money you’ll save. Big city hotels tend to be expensive. When you set up a home exchange, you will be bypassing these costs and saving plenty of cash!

Don’t forget to see the sights

You’ve set up your house swap in New York and your business trip is arranged, but you’re wondering what you’re going to do in your spare time in New York. You don’t need to think too long about this, though – New York is the city that never sleeps and you’ll have plenty of options.

If you’re a culture vulture, you’ll definitely want to check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Famous landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building are must-sees, and you’ll want to check out the buzz in Times Square, too. You could also head to Central Park for some relaxation, then return to your New York home to put your feet up and chill out.

Tracey Chandler

Tracey Chandler is a female, freelance travel writer, specialising in travel writing and lifestyle-interest articles for female-orientated publications. She is, at present, learning all about what Latin America has to offer the female entrepreneur who loves to travel.

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