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You Can Now Earn £2K A Week Reviewing Luxury Homes Around The World

You Can Now Earn £2K A Week Reviewing Luxury Homes Around The World

We thought we'd found our dream job when KFC announced their hunt for a professional chicken taster, but now that upscale shopping site HushHush has advertised a part-time Luxury Home Tester role, we're not so sure.

The part-time position involves reviewing seriously swish properties on an ad-hoc basis. Those homes might include an oceanfront home in Florida or a sprawling Chateau on the French Riviera. Tough gig, huh?

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The lucky candidates - who will be contacted in the coming weeks - will be required to stay in each property for a week at a time and will be paid £2,000 for each home they review.

That equates to a juicy salary of £52,000 (pro rata).

Reviewers will be expected to travel to the properties assigned to them and write up a detailed report. The review will cover points like style, comfort, location, accessibility and suitability for the Hush Hush site.

Once home, reviewers are required to submit their 800-word account of the property to Hush's concierge team within five days.

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Successful candidates could find themselves reviewing a 25-bedroom luxury Spanish villa or mansions in San Francisco (Credit: Unsplash)
Successful candidates could find themselves reviewing a 25-bedroom luxury Spanish villa or mansions in San Francisco (Credit: Unsplash)

One glance at Hush Hush's portfolio reveals some jaw-dropping real estate, from 25-bedroom Spanish villas to mansions in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighbourhood. As a reviewer, you'd be trialling similar property applications received by the site.

Hush Hush are looking to recruit between five and ten property testers in total. Each tester will be required to visit around 10 and 15 properties a year.

If you'd like to try your luck and apply (and really, why wouldn't you?) there are a few points to keep in mind.

Reviewers are required to required to stay in each property for a week at a time and will be paid £2,000 for each review (Credit: Unsplash)
Reviewers are required to required to stay in each property for a week at a time and will be paid £2,000 for each review (Credit: Unsplash)

Applicants must have no criminal convictions, an up-to-date passport and be able to conduct reviews at short notice. The part-time nature of the role would suit someone with a flexible schedule.

Applicants should also demonstrate reliability, an eagle-eye for detail and top notch writing skills.

Imagining yourself on the balcony of that Spanish villa already? We feel you. Submit your application here.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Life News, Home

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.

 

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