Is renting your pool out this summer a good idea? Let’s dive in and find out! Swimply is a reasonably new online marketplace where you can rent your pool out for individuals or groups to enjoy. The Airbnb of swimming pools if you will. Swimply appeared on the...
You own a great ski house in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Friends, family and even coworkers have asked to use it for a long weekend during ski season, leaf peeping in the fall or a week away in the summer months. For these types of scenarios you most likely...
With the New Year finally here, many of us may have made it a resolution to travel more often this year. So, many of us may be sitting down with our travel agents, or booking our vacations on our own. The choices could be endless as to where we would like to go or...
Homesharing or peer-to-peer rentals(P2P) occur when you rent out part of your home to short-term paying guests. There are many regulations governing renting out your home for a fee during any part or all of the year. Your home owners insurance may not cover damages...
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