From time to time we ask our homeowners what drove them to seek a housesitter, and how does housesitting help them manage their property. A new expat homeowner recently joined HouseSitMatch looking for a long term sitter (10 months) to housesit near Durham in the UK. And, as we usually do, we approached the owner to ask if we can help them find any specific skills or experience for this housesit. We also like to ask what in particular motivated them to choose us above the competitors. Read on to hear her comments about how we are helping her as an expat homeowner, and her responses to our particular questions.
Expat homeowner finds housesitting helps!
Expat homeowner Q & A
1. As a US expat homeowner in the UK, how was moving from the US to the North East of England – can you tell us what in particular surprised you (pleasantly or otherwise) about life in Durham vs life in back in the US?
- Crook Hall, a 16th century estate with tea room and wonderful gardens
- Beamish, the historic open-air museum with buildings and setting in the early 1900s, located nearby
- Finchale Priory 12th century extensive remains where St Godric once resided, it is beautifully situated on the River Wear.
Cultural top tips from an expat homeowner
Why this expat homeowner chose HouseSitMatch
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