Stay in Cities Around the World

The world is your oyster.

Explore thousands of home rental and home exchange listings in cities large and small as well as true getaways in the countryside. You’ll find the ideal home in over 50 countries, some with the options of house sitting or home sharing. Staying in the personal comfort of another member’s place lets you experience the character of a real home. Start dreaming about your next sabbatical, research trip or extended travel!
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Who Are We?

For scholars by scholars.

When she created in 2000, founder Nadege Conger envisioned the website as a way for scholars to connect, arrange affordable housing and find trustworthy tenants. Today, 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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I love your site. It is very unique in terms of the people you bring together. Also, although in the past I did not have to many inquiries through this page, now they are starting to increase and some have resulted in actual rentals. Therefore, I am happy to send an extra contribution. Keep up the good work! Thank you for this great service to academicians and friends. You are helping us connect with fascinating people from all over the world. It’s a pleasure to read about their research and scholarly interests. I have not only hosted professors and their families in my apartment in my country of origin but also connected them to scholars with similar interests who, in turn, were happy to enlarge their network. It’s a win win.

Professor Alex Carballo-Dieguez

Columbia University, New York City, NY, USA

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