Stories, resources and more from house sitters and home owners
With rents and mortgage costs sky high, house sitting is more appealing than ever. if you're a kiwi or traveller looking to save while you stay in New Zealand, whether its Wellington, Auckland or another location, then check out this set of tips to save money house sitting.
Before a house sitter begins their stay, we recommend having a conversation to get aligned on expectations. Although it might seem like a lot to go over, it pays off in the long run. Using our house sitter checklist, this will be a breeze.
Luckily in Wellington there are a number of dog friendly parks, walks and beaches. Keeping your options open when getting out and about is always a plus. Especially if you have kids in the weekend! Just like kids, dogs love different types of stimulation and exploring new places and things to do.
House sitting is a unique solution to a common problem. There are houses left empty all over New Zealand, their lucky owners or tenants on a holiday somewhere. This is where the sharing economy comes in. Find out how you can be part of the sharing economy now.
Why house sit in Wellington? Because it's the coolest little capital! Here are some fun ideas of what you can do in Wellington during your house sit or your holiday.
House sitting can be a fantastic way to travel to new places, meet new people and pets, and, of course save on rent or accommodation costs while you do so. If you’re interested in getting into the house sitter lifestyle, you’ll find essential information that will help you find house sitting jobs around Wellington, and the rest of New Zealand.