The Housing Help Free Home Swap Service is relaunched

Jan 25, 2017


The Housing Help Home Swap Service is Re-launched!

You may not have heard from us in a little while, since starting out in 2012 with a basic website and only a couple of properties we have been dormant, whilst we try to improve the site and the service we offer.

The good news is that we are back and are bigger than ever before! 

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With a brand new, mobile friendly website that happens to completely 100% Free!

"Free? I hear you ask…."

Yes! 100% Free and we don’t plan on charging you ever to find a home swap.

We’ve created this site so there are no barriers to stop you or another swapper from contacting each other!

We have a huge archive of tips to improve your chances too – No other home swap website has the same amount of free information as we do.

The Housing Help website has thousands of Home Swap adverts, that have been listed by many different homeswappers from all over the UK.

We have engineered the site and the service to give you all the information you’ll need to find your new home.

All you need to do is to follow these super easy steps:

  1. Register with Housing Help, this will allow you to list your home free of charge and contact other homeswappers too. You will also receive new home swap notifications and daily top tips on how to improve your chances of swapping your home so remember to register.

  2. Browse through our selection of homeswaps, there are thousands to choose from. When you find the one you want, click on the contact tenant button to start the conversation – It’s super simple.
  3. Check your email inbox or go to the Home Swapper advice section of the website for daily tips of improving your chances of finding that dream new home. We also have a bunch of information on Housing Benefit and Universal Credit in the advice section too.
  4. Have a suggestion on how to improve the service? Head on over to the Forum and tell us what you would like to see us do to improve the website.

 


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