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Finding quality childcare that you can feel confident with can be a stressful and timely process. Many people are now using nanny agencies that instantly minimize the effort and bring you piece of mind. Nanny agencies are able to offer thousands of potential care givers with various backgrounds for you to browse and inspect.

This enables you to find the experience and requirements you're specifically looking for, quickly and with much less effort than if you were screening yourself. Perhaps more importantly, these agencies can also provide the background checks necessary to make sure you are putting an honest and safe individual in your home and with your loved ones.

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Sitter City

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$35 per month

Sitter City, in business since 2001, provides care seekers a convenient online tool for locating babysitters, pet sitters, house sitters, dog walkers, elder care providers, and tutors. The availability of providers is wide and Sitter City allows you to try their services free for 7 days. Sitter City is an A+ Better Business Bureau rated company.

The Sitter City website is a bit cluttered but once we gained an understanding we found it very informative and easy to use. Individual hourly prices were listed for each care giver along with detailed information about experience. In the search process you may narrow down care givers by availability, distance, general information, experience, hourly rate, education and more.

Sitter City provides a standard background check on some care givers. If the individual you're interested in does not have a background check available you can pay $9.95 to have this completed. This will involve verifying the social security number, address,and any criminal and sex offender information. Sitter City recommends you check their references, read caregiver reviews, conduct an interview and review available background information.

Sitter City is a strong, well priced choice for your care giver needs. We would have liked to have seen a background check on all providers and additional search options for special needs kids. However, if you're looking for a babysitter or nanny, Sitter City is worth considering.

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Nanny agencies can vary greatly in their services and fees. Before deciding what agency to work with make sure you consider the following:

  • Company history.  How long has the company been in business? What is the Better Business Bureau rating for that company?
  • Background checks.  Are background checks already completed on the individuals they provide? What do they specifically check for?
  • Fees.  What does each agency charge for their service and what does that specifically include? Are background checks included in the fee or are those separate?
  • Selection.  A nanny agency with thousands of potential care givers is going to yield much better results. How large is the database of candidates?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best nanny agencies available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best care giver that meets your needs!

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