House Sitting Job Tips

Expectations Of a House Sitter

by John Philip Green  •  June 25, 2012
House sitting can be a little nerve wracking for first time house sitters because you have been given a lot of responsibility-you are responsible for someone’s most valuable asset, someone’s home. This job requires that you be organized, responsible and dependable. Homeowners expect these basic attributes from the house sitter. So what can you, as a house sitter, do to leave the best impression when you are finished your job? Cleanliness Make sure the home is clean when the homeowner arri...
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Do I Need a House Sitter?

Do I Need a House Sitter?

by Kathy Green  •  June 25, 2012
When you leave home for extended periods of time, it is highly recommended that you hire a house sitter to protect your home. There are financial benefits from hiring a house sitter that are outlined below: Security Burglars tend to target homes that appear to have no one living in them. Therefore knowing that someone is living in your home during your absence will give you peace of mind. When you consider the cost of hiring a house sitter against the potential loss due to theft and the su...
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Finding A House Sitter Job

by John Philip Green  •  June 25, 2012
Using that extra bit of time we have to make some extra cash sounds very tempting and one of the ways you can do this is by becoming a house sitter. Whether you want to work full time or part time, there are a few things that every house sitter candidate must consider beforehand: Resume First and foremost, have your resume ready.It should include your work experience and job history. Its is preferable if you do have experience in the industry or job that you are applying to but it is not a...
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