Canada jumps to the 3rd Most Popular Destination Worldwide for HomeExchangers and Vancouver becomes their favorite city in Canada
VANCOUVER, Oct 23, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - HomeExchange.com, the world's largest home exchange community, continues to broaden its North American member base with the acquisition of Global Home Exchange and Global Seniors Home Exchange. 2 home trading travel sites based out of Vancouver Island founded by Canadians Dennis and Joanna Chobater in 1998.
With the addition of about 2,000 new properties from Global Home Exchange and Global Seniors Home Exchange, Canadians are becoming the 3rd largest nationality among the site's 55,000 active members and Vancouver becomes the favorite city in Canada as Whistler remains the premiere destination in the world for ski holidays.
The new Canadian acquisition has helped set the foundation for HomeExchange.com's aggressive expansion plan: to grow their active user community and offer a wider variety of property listings to their members.
"We expect huge growth of the senior segment as boomers are joining and the snowbird phenomena expands," says Chief Operating Officer Jim Pickell.
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