|chris (dialup-220.127.116.11.dial1.cincinnati1.level3.net - 18.104.22.168)
|Posted on Sunday, September 09, 2007 - 2:51 pm: |
I was a PCV in Thailand 25 years ago and, having just retired, am in the process of reapplying. I am single, no kids, and no siblings I would trust with management of my home while I'm gone for 2-3 years. I don't want to sell, most friends say hiring rental management will end up with the house getting treated pretty roughly, and I am concerned about costs and liability issues with just finding a young family at church to live there for next to nothing. Ideas that seem to be working?
|matthew towne (d-65-175-228-223.cpe.metrocast.net - 22.214.171.124)
|Posted on Sunday, March 23, 2008 - 3:33 pm: |
We are just leaving our house in the care of our niece for the 2+ years that we will be gone. However, I am impressed with the networking available that we had 4 solid couples very willing to take over the house while we were gone. My suggestion is to network locally at businesses you frequent, organizations you are a part of and let folks know you are headed out and do they know anyone. Teachers, nurses and firefighters tend to not make much money and are looking for a 'leg up' hence will treat your property more gently.
if you like, you can email me for more details. Matttowne@metrocast.net [note the three t's in the middle.]