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House Sitting - Who would you recommend?

 

by @dirtandrust | 5yr  | 23 comments

Your advice would be greatly appreciated. Weโ€™re about to embark on our nomad lifestyle (leaving New Zealand May 18), and we want to sign up for housesitting. Weโ€™re trying to decide which would be the better option for families (2 adults and 2 kids age 9 & 6): Trusted Housesitters and/or Mind My House or would you recommend signing up for both? Weโ€™re looking at European and surrounding locations (UK/Morocco etc) from about August this year.

We have police checks, a couple of references from old landlords and photos of us with animals.

Any other recommendations when it comes to housesitting would be appreciated!

Thanks, Alice & Nathaniel

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@ld | 5yr

I assume the expectation is that you have to stay 24/7 at the house you are watching. Thatโ€™s the challenge I see for house sitting. Of course I completely understand the expectation to BE at the place in which you are responsible for, just saying it would also be a bummer to, say, go to France to pet/house sit and not be able to go anywhere in France outside of your house area.

For those who have house sat, what are your thoughts on this? Do you find it challenging to stay in one spot and essentially not travel for that duration?

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

well, not 24/7, but you have to sleep there every night, yes. personally, thatโ€™s why I do it. I want to settle for a few months in a place and be in a comfortable home vs moving all the time. there are also lots of weekend housesits where you wouldnโ€™t have to stay long-term in one spot. it just depends on what you want. iโ€™m currently wrapping up 3 months of house sits in one town and itโ€™s been great.

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@bluedognz | 5yr

Hello fellow Kiwiโ€™s. We use Trusted House Sitters, there are a heap of UK house sits. We have filled 6 months this year from the site. Itโ€™s very popular so you really need to market yourself. Most people receive hundreds of replies so itโ€™s tough to stand out. We are currently on a 3 month house sit in the Caribbean, then go to France for one 5 week, and another 6 week sit. In the 3 years we have done this thereโ€™s only ever been one house without animals so you really need to be โ€œdog madโ€. :slight_smile:

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Iโ€™m pretty good at weeding out the crazy now. Iโ€™m sure there could be a bad experience, there always can be. but iโ€™m generally pretty chill.

just have a complete profile and write a real, not cookie cutter, response describing why youโ€™re interested in the job. itโ€™s all a numbers game. at this point, i have owners contacting me because of my reputation. unfortunately i usually canโ€™t do them. :slight_smile:

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

yeah, if youโ€™re young or a single male, itโ€™s a lot harder to get a position. I have about a 70% success rate these days.

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@andreadardon | 5yr

Hi @dirtandrust!
We found an awesome place with Trusted House Sitters with my boyfriend during the Christmas holidays last year. We looked after an awesome house overlooking the Swiss Alps, with a full pantry and two dogs to love :slight_smile:
But I think it was luck. We sent tons of requests, but not many people trust young people, or at least thatโ€™s what it seemed like.
If you have luck with the other services other nomads have recommended, then awesome! But we did get lucky with Trusted House Sitters, so I would tell you to just reach out to a lot of people.
Oh, we also took a video talking about ourselves so the people could get to know us :slight_smile:
Good luck!

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Sure thing. :slight_smile: Hope it works out for you!

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I used to be a member of both but I dropped mind my house because I never got a job from there. THS on the other hand provides me with 4-6 months of housing a year. So, that would be my recommendation. If youโ€™re looking at August, Iโ€™d sign up ASAP since those sits are being posted now. Iโ€™d suggest getting a referral link for the 20% discount. If you donโ€™t know anyone else with a membership, Iโ€™m happy to provide the link, just let me know.

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@dirtandrust | 5yr

Yes please that would be wonderful if you could provide the link. I was leaning towards THS, so you confirmed it for me. Thank you.

Alice

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I sent it via DM. Good luck, house sitting is great!

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@dirtandrust | 5yr

Brilliant, got it, thank you!

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@ifdattic | 5yr

Can you sent me a link too? Might come in handy :slight_smile:

Also do you have any tips for using it? Like what you would tell yourself about it if you went back in time before you started house sitting.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Link sent. The biggest things Iโ€™ve learned:

Confirm the actual location of the house. Some people claim to be in x city when actually theyโ€™re a 45 minute bus ride from that city in the middle of BFE.

Ask what the animal routines are. Some people are a bit nuts so better to know that in advance.

Do a video call so you can get a tour of the house where youโ€™ll be staying to make sure itโ€™s not gross/dirty.

Make sure you have all of the pertinent contact data before they leave.

those are the biggies.

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@ifdattic | 5yr

Received, thanks!

And thanks again for the tips, they could be really handy to avoid some horror stories :slight_smile:

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I definitely have some stories, but luckily no horrors. :slight_smile:

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@ifdattic | 5yr

Lucky you, never too late to get one under your sleeve you know :smiley: Or as I like reminding myself โ€œAsk when, not ifโ€.

Any tips for getting higher chance of success (like questions often asked or things expected)?

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I have my first horror story. though itโ€™s more sad than horrific. :frowning: The cat Iโ€™ve been caring for died a couple days ago. Thatโ€™s pretty much worse case scenario for me and itโ€™s been super hard. So, crappy stuff can definitely happen.

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@ifdattic | 5yr

Was wondering what would happen in such situation, in the end itโ€™s just a numbers game, so at the same point it can happen. Was it an accident or old age? How did the owners react?

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

It was old age. he got sick right before I came and sicker (diagnosed with cancer) a couple weeks after. we were hoping to keep him around until she returned but it didnโ€™t happen. she was sad, but not surprised.

i did have one cat that was injured in an accident though. that was a sucky call to make and I felt a lot of guilt though thereโ€™s nothing i could have done to prevent it. the owners recognized that and left me a glowing review. i always talk to the owners before they leave about the chances of there being some kind of accident.

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@kathrynoh | 5yr

Yep, definitely talk about it and also make sure there are arrangements in place for veterinary care. When my sister got a housesitter for her dog, she asked if the vet would keep her credit card on file for emergencies but the vet said in that situation, she was happy to bill her.

You donโ€™t want to wait until an emergency situation to work those kinds of things out., when the owners might be difficult to contact etc.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

yeah, tell me about it. the owner left a long list of phone numbers and none was the vet, which i stupidly didnโ€™t check before she left. so, when I found a litter box full of blood, I had no idea who to call and no one on her contact list was answering their phonesโ€ฆ she was in san diego so I sat around for 7 hours waiting to take the cat to the vet.
huge lesson learned.

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@ifdattic | 5yr

Thanks for your answers, they are really helpful.

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@sunnytraveler | 5yr

I would love the link as well, please, if you can of course!

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