Write for us – Property / Landlord Blog

Would you like to write for us?

We’re always looking to work with both companies that can provide value to our readers as well as epic bloggers who can contribute useful content to make our accident landlord’s lives easier.

If you would like to write a post for us, we’re looking for the following topics to be covered:

  • Legal Obligations
  • Managing Finances
  • Home Improvement
  • Interior Design, House Design
  • Property Management
  • Tenancy Agreements
  • Deposit Protection
  • Good/Bad Practises
  • Scenarios Experienced
  • Much much more!

Requirements

  • Articles must be a minimum of 500 words
  • No duplicate content (we will check using Copyscape)
  • No spammy or generic content

What you get

  • A mention at the bottom of the article (unless anonymity is requested)
  • 2 backlinks (generally 1 to your blog and 1 to a landing page)

Sponsored Posts

Guest posts are accepted which feature a product or service but also provide value to the reader. The article can be written by you. It’s important to note that this is not an advert, it’s simply a useful article which mentions your product or service and includes 2 links back to your site. Sponsored posts will be shared on twitter and facebook, shown on the widget for the duration selected by customer.

Cost – (£20 for 30 days), (£35 for 60 days), (£50 for 90 days)

If you would like to share your experiences as a landlord, letting agent or a tenant then please leave a comment below or email us at info@gcpropertylettings.co.uk and we will get back to you ASAP!

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Caroline Engstrom

Caroline Engstrom has a passion to help landlords and tenants by providing helpful tips and advice regarding real estates.

2 thoughts on “Write for us – Property / Landlord Blog

  • October 17, 2012 at 7:34 pm
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    You may have heard on the news tonight that real incomes are6% lower now than a year ago with this and all the other measures the government are introducing to tighten further it is more than ever important for landlords to keep a tight hold on costs, the First thing anyone shouldhave in mind is an increase of 10% minimum in your rental income ,this however is best achieved by letting out your own property and not falling at the feet of the hard pressed tenant.

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    • October 18, 2012 at 7:27 pm
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      Hi Amanda

      Thanks for your comment. We did not see this but the figures are interesting. Have you experienced yourself that profits are falling due to hard pressed tenants? We also have to see it from the tenants point of view, why should they pay 10% more? What is the justification for this?

      We would appreciate your opinion on this 🙂

      Thanks

      Reply

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