Want to Write for Urbnlivn?

Between work and the nice weather I’m having a hard time getting to all the events I’d like and writing about everything that needs to be written about. And so, I’d like to hire a writer to write 3 posts a week.

Don’t worry I set the bar low in terms of writing skills (but it’d be great if you could proof my posts after I post them and fix all the big bad spelling mistakes.) What I’m really looking for is a true love of condos because none of these condo events are worth going to for the free beer. The primary requirement is that you have to love condos, good design and living in downtown Seattle. I’m also looking for a researcher. There are a lot of stories I’d like to write but I don’t have the time to pick up the phone and dig deeper. Hopefully you do.

Please no real estate agents since our local MLS frowns on real estate agents blogging about other people’s listings.

To apply email me, mail@mattgoyer.com, a sample post for Urbnlivn along with a short note about yourself. Please disclose any possible conflicts of interest. I.e. You work for Murray Franklyn on the Pine and Belmont project.

Starting pay is going to be low for this part-time contract job; I don’t make any money off this blog and blew half of my savings in Vegas a few weekends ago and will blow the rest in Montreal this weekend. But don’t worry you can telecommute from your real job and I promise not to tell your employer.

About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts, floating homes and mid-century moderns.

For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • richard

    “I dont make any money off this blog and blew half of my savings in Vegas a few weekends ago and will blow the rest in Montreal this weekend.”

    I had no idea you were a high roller.

  • richard

    “I don’t make any money off this blog and blew half of my savings in Vegas a few weekends ago and will blow the rest in Montreal this weekend.”

    I had no idea you were a high roller.

  • http://stilldottie.blogspot.com ann

    “But dont worry you can telecommute from your real job and I promise not to tell your employer.”

    The harsh reality of blogging in America (or anywhere for that matter, it just sounded good).

  • http://stilldottie.blogspot.com ann

    “But don’t worry you can telecommute from your real job and I promise not to tell your employer.”

    The harsh reality of blogging in America (or anywhere for that matter, it just sounded good).

  • Downtown Guy

    Matt,

    Contact me via my email. I will give you my cell phone number. I would be happy to write for your blog on a part-time basis. I am not a real estate agent. In fact, I am often the counter balance to the propaganda the RE agents pump into the market. Additionally, I have had extensive experience working with (not for) developers. I have an in-depth knowledge base of the condo market, and a general erudition of the process from conception to final sale. Needless to say, condos are definitely my one true passion. I have written an article on your blog once before that “ruffled some feathers.” But, the response was overwhelming, nonetheless. I figure its always a good thing, regardless of positive or negative responses, that one can reach and or touch so many people in a single article. Call me to discuss, and thank you very much!

  • Downtown Guy

    Matt,

    Contact me via my email. I will give you my cell phone number. I would be happy to write for your blog on a part-time basis. I am not a real estate agent. In fact, I am often the counter balance to the propaganda the RE agents pump into the market. Additionally, I have had extensive experience working with (not for) developers. I have an in-depth knowledge base of the condo market, and a general erudition of the process from conception to final sale. Needless to say, condos are definitely my one true passion. I have written an article on your blog once before that “ruffled some feathers.” But, the response was overwhelming, nonetheless. I figure its always a good thing, regardless of positive or negative responses, that one can reach and or touch so many people in a single article. Call me to discuss, and thank you very much!