So awesome to hear that you guys are embarking on this adventure. Regarding the internet requirement, determine what download/upload speed meets the requirement for the work you will do. Once you know this, be sure to ask each potential host / accommodation what their internet speed is. If they don't know, you can ask them to use this website to find out for you: http://www.speedtest.net/
- On Airbnb almost any good host will be more than happy to do this for you. This idea can apply outside of Airbnb too.
Here's a few resources to help get you started on becoming a digital nomad:https://www.upwork.com/blog/2014/09/wor ... al-nomads/http://iamaileen.com/how-to-become-a-di ... mad-guide/
Once you nail down the locations you will be visiting, I recommend looking up travel / digital nomad guides for the specific location you will be visiting. With your house, I would recommend starting to get guests in asap so you can build reviews on Airbnb, then when you list the whole house it will be easier for you to get bookings, and you will have a much better understanding of the platform. Transitioning to full on digital nomadism can be a ton of work! So just do a ton of reading, make lists of what you need to do, and work away at dealing with everything you need to do before travelling. Personally I had a few months before I started and it was a lot less stressful than trying to do everything in a few weeks before the beginning of my travels.
Finally, any odd and end specific questions, be sure to ask away on our forum. Someone will be sure to help you out! I hope this is helpful. Have an amazing time on your adventure!
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