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Do you own or have a long-term lease in any these cities?


by @nomadicpad | 5yr  | 3 comments

Hi guys!

Iโ€™m trying to compile a list of all the property owner nomads, especially the one in enticing nomad destinations.

I know a few of us out there are trying to solve this mid-term housing problem for the community (@atu, @levelsio) , and I thought itโ€™s best to open this market up so we can solve things quicker.

Would love to hear from property owners, people who are in long-term rental agreements and would want to rent for 1-3 months while traveling:

Specifically looking for housing in these locations:
Barcelona
London
Berlin
Amsterdam
Bali
Chiang Mai
Bangkok
Hong Kong
Taipei
New York
San Fran
Austin
Mexico City
Medellian
Buenos Aires

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@tomhuges | 5yr

My place is available on AirBnB. Iโ€™m mostly in Jakarta lately and renting out 1st floor of my place in Bali. Itโ€™s pretty much outfitted for nomads (internet, whiteboards, printer, flipoverchart etc.).

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Wasnโ€™t this thread already created?

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@nomadicpad | 5yr

Hey Mandy! Just wanted to repost with my own specifications because Iโ€™m building a marketing place for Nomad apts. and want to find people in these exact cities.

Do you have the other post though, maybe there is some overlap. Thanks!

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In Colombia, I have heard people telling me that once you have a work visa you can enter and not care about what happen if you get fired.
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