Best Review - Top 3 Rules for Homestay Hosting


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Hosting a homestay can be a fun and profitable way to earn extra income with an empty room in your house. But there are several things you should know before committing to have a astranger in your house. Here are three. Follow the links for more. For more information on homestay hosting visit: http://www.squidoo.com/10-things-you-should-know-before-getting-a-homestay Communicate Plans Chances are the homestay will be out studying or with friends frequently during evenings. Let them know that they need to inform you if they will be home or late for dinner. No Smoking/Drinking/Drugs Smoking, drinking and drugs. Many adolescents will try at least one of them. Depending on the personailty of your homestay, they may never try any of these, or they may try to bring them into your home. Curfew A curfew is not essential and varies depending on the age of the homestay. It should be determined though, with input from both the parent and the legal guardian. It is your responsibility to enforce the curfew.
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