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When she created SabbaticalHomes.com in 2000, founder Nadege Conger envisioned the website as a way for scholars to connect, arrange affordable housing and find trustworthy tenants. Today, SabbaticalHomes.com is still run by the founder and a creative team of hard-working, enthusiastic and diverse individuals.

This thriving hub of home and tenant listings is a unique resource with a trusted community. As the leading international directory for academic home rentals, home exchanges, house sitting, and home sharing opportunities, SabbaticalHomes makes it possible for Minds on the Move to live, work and stay all over the world. Most home listings are available furnished to ease the transition of relocating, going on leave or traveling. Search our website to find the perfect home or tenant!

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It Isn't Just About the $

We not only found a nice academic family from New Zealand to rent our home, but we also found a flat in Paris for our sabbatical. The New Zealanders will be doing fellowships here, at Harvard mostly. I had a lot of interest (and a few strange requests/demands...) but the NZ family just seemed to understand the house, and needed the good schools etc. I even lowered the rent for them, as the NZ dollar is in even worse shape than ours (sadly, the Euro is just fine). I am sure you hear this a lot, but I would much rather have people with whom I feel comfortable in my home than get more money from someone with whom I do not. So, even though we are renting for 25% (or even 30% ) less than it costs us to own it, it is worth it. Anyway, thank you for your great service. I am glad to see that you are getting lots of listings. I remember that I looked at your site for our last sabbatical, but there were far fewer listings. That was years ago, though. I will continue to recommend the site, and, of course, will list with SabbaticalHomes.com again if the need arises.

Barbara and Professor Andrew Murray

Harvard University, Brookline, MA, USA

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