I’d love to write a guest post for What Sam Saw Today – how do I do that?

I do not accept guest posts.  All content produced on the site is original and written solely by me.

I’d love to advertise on What Sam Saw Today – how do I do that?

I do not accept advertising on the site.

I’d really love you to feature my company/ product/ service/ idea on What Sam Saw Today – how can I do it?

If you really do have an amazing idea/ company/ product/ service then get in touch and I will take a look and see if it may be of interest to me and my readers.  But note I do not accept any form of advertising or guest posts.

Where do you get your ideas for blog content from?

All of the content on What Sam Saw Today is original and written by me.  Most of my content comes from experiences in my everyday life – stuff I have seen and/or experienced.  I am a property auction addict, developer, landlord and writer.  I love sharing my stories bad/good/funny/sad and hope by sharing that it will help you benefit – or in the very least think about property from a different angle.

I hear you’ve got a book deal – can you tell me more?

I have book publishing deals for How to Buy Property at Auction and Property Investment: The Essential Rules (Constable Robinson: 2014).  I am currently in talks for more.

I think I’ve seen you in the Evening Standard Homes & Property – are you the same Samantha Collett?

Yes, I do write a regular fortnightly property auction column for the Evening Standard.  I love sharing my property auction tips!

I would love you to write for us too – can you do that?

I LOVE writing and would be happy to talk to you about any features/ articles/ ideas you may have.  Get in touch: sam@whatsamsawtoday.com

I would like you to comment on a news article, feature on a radio/ tv show – are you up for that?

Yes, yes, yes.  I love talking and sharing my opinions so get in touch.

I want to become a property millionaire – will you train me?

Sorry no, I do not offer any form of courses.  I share my experiences and ideas on my blog and through my writings to give you the ideas so that you can make your own millions!

I’ve got feedback on What Sam Saw Today – how do I tell you what I think?

All posts are comment enabled so you can leave feedback freely, however if you want to talk to me more generally about the site and tell me your feedback then please get in touch.  I am always happy to listen to ideas on how to improve or any ideas/ topics you would like to see featured.

You’re really cute – where do I send the marriage proposal?

Aww shucks…thanks, but I am happily in love and with a super hot boy who treats me well 🙂

  1. Martin kennedy

    Hi Sam!

    I met you at David Lawrenson’s event last night! Just wanted to say thanks for the great tips and opinions.
    Love the blog, keep up the good work!

    All the best for the future.

    P.s. I’ve just pre-ordered the book on Amazon. Spring 2014…!!! Well, at least it gives me time to save my £15k!

  2. Jane Thorpe

    Happily, I have just come across your blog…perfect for me as I am currently weighing up the pros and cons on whether a renovation property stacks up as my first proper commercial development. I think it does but am struggling to make sense of where to get finance. I have 30% deposit. Have you done any posts on this subject?, or are you planning to do any? I did think of a buy to let and build the early repayment charge into my costs…it still stacks up quite well….but not sure a bank would allow this as it wouldn’t be occupied due to renovations….
    I love your blog, and look forward to getting well and truly stuck into it….hope I can emulate some of your success!

    1. Sam

      Thanks Jane I am pleased you like the blog.

      I wrote this post a while ago – don’t know if much help? https://whatsamsawtoday.com.c75f51a0e536f45b54ba4ec0be709a85-17034.sites.k-hosting.co.uk/2010/11/17/how-to-raise-finance-for-a-property-development/

      Will add your idea to my future post list to look at in more detail.

      I would also say to add to the article above, in recent times, the cost of bridging finance has become more affordable and this may be worth looking into? I have not used this myself, however the key thing I do know, is that you should never start a bridge loan without knowing what your exit plan is.

      I am not a finance specialist which is why I advise always seeking the expert advice of a broker (this is something I do myself).

  3. Kevin Underwood

    Hi Sam

    I organise the PR for Webbers and have just heard from our Ilfracombe office about your interest in the property they have for auction. First thank you for your interest and I`ll post the links to your great article.

    It would be good to understand how you operate and what might be of interest, and if you would kindly let me know it would be good to look at other opportunities.


    Kevin 01271 347883 ddi or 07968 142269.

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