I am a landlord – Ask Me Anything!

by Mark Alexander

21:47 PM, 19th June 2013
About 6 years ago

I am a landlord – Ask Me Anything!

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I am a landlord – Ask Me Anything!

Hello all, I am a new member of the Inventory Clerks and Energy Assessors Linkedin Group so I thought I should write an article to introduce myself. Thank you Laura for allowing me to become a member by the way. I have been a landlord since 1989, therefore I am a potential customer to many of you. I am also a non-exec Director of two letting agencies. When I retired from corporate life in 2009 at the ripe of age of 41 I very quickly got bored and started blogging to share best practice amongst my fellow landlords and letting agents. My website (Property118) became an official Google Publisher and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Nearly 200,000 UK landlords and letting agents, just like me, now subscribe to my Newsletters and Google News feed.

I will be delighted to answer any questions you have here and I also have a networking opportunity to share with you. Don’t worry, it’s a freebie with my compliments so put your cheque books and credit cards away! My website is my hobby 🙂

Very few Inventory Clerks and Energy Assessors engage with landlords and letting agents on my forum which I find quite shocking. I’d like to change that by inviting members of your group to become a member of Property118 with my compliments. It’s entirely up to you whether you choose to network with Property118 members and how salesy you want to make your member profile. All I ask is that on discussion threads you stick to information only please. Your comments will link back to your profile so if readers want to know your website address, your phone number or your special deal of the month it will be because they can see that you know your stuff and will visit your member profile to find out how to contact you to talk business.

See you on the other side, and of course back here if you would like to ask me any questions 🙂

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