No, we are not crossing over to the "dark side"...

By The Folks @PropTalk - July 15, 2011 2 Comments
The wife and I have received several requests from property marketers who are interested in working with us. These are parties that specialize in sale/rental of specific condominium projects that we have talked about in our blog.

How this works is that we will include a contact form (see sample) in some of our reviews. If you have read our reviews and are interested to buy/rent an apartment in that specific project, you may wish to drop us a contact together with any queries that you may have. Your contact/queries will be forwarded to the property marketer concerned, who will get in touch with you and attend to your needs.

If you have a question about xxxx (project's name),
please drop us a contact below:

By doing so, we hope to provide an extension of services via our blog, i.e. linking potential buyers/renters with the “correct” property marketers. And given that these people specialize in marketing that specific project, they will be better qualified to answer your questions than us.

So what’s in it for us? We do not know at this juncture really. The wife and I reckon there may be some kind of “referral fee” in the event of a successful introduction. However, this is unlikely to make us rich or allow us to quit our day jobs. Whatever money we receive (if it happens) will be used to maintain our blog site. It may also come in handy to fund certain enhancements (to the blog) that we have been thinking about.

But one thing's for sure: Irrespective of how well (or badly) the collaboration turns out, the wife and I will strive to remain unbiased and objective in our opinions and reviews. This is one of the main aims of SG PropTalk and something that our readers have come to appreciate.


2 comments to ''No, we are not crossing over to the "dark side"..."

  1. You and your wife WORK??? Thats new...LOL..:)

  2. The Folks @PropTalkJuly 16, 2011 at 9:54 AM

    Hi Anonymous (16/7/11, 12:33AM):
    Yes, it does sound incredulous but we actually do (work)... :-)