Celebrating The Gazette's 39th Year
THE CARETAKER GAZETTE
is a unique newsletter containing property caretaking and house sitting jobs, advice,
and information for property caretakers, housesitters, and landowners.
Published since 1983, it's the only publication in the world dedicated
to the property caretaking field. Email: email@example.com
provides its subscribers with thousands of house sitting and property caretaking jobs
each year. We have housesitting jobs in all 50 US States, Canada, Mexico and dozens of other countries.
All of our subscribers also receive, at no extra charge, email listings of new rent-free living opportunities (when property owners need to find house
sitters very quickly) several times each week.
You can enjoy rent-free living as a property caretaker in desirable locations. Positions on estates, mansions, farms, ranches, resort homes, retreat centers, camps, hunting and fishing lodges, vacation homes, private islands, and any other kind of property imaginable are listed in The GAZETTE.
Facts About The Caretaker Gazette
Published since 1983, now in our 39th Year!
The only publication dedicated to the property caretaking field in
print and Online.
We are a bricks and mortar company - not just a website.
New house sitting and caretaker jobs daily!
Thousands of new
jobs each year in the U.S. and worldwide!
Other websites allow fraudulent ads for housesitting and property
caretaking jobs that do not exist. WE DON'T.
The Caretaker Gazette ads are legitimate and paid for by the
advertisers. Compare this to other websites which allow anyone to post
Extensive Situations-Wanted section for homeowners searching for
housesitters and property caretakers.
Subscribers receive bimonthly issues immediately via Caretaker.org
Online or a paper copy sent through the mail.
Subscribers receive hundreds of new caretaking and house sitting jobs via our email update service.
Online subscriptions cost just $29.95 per year, or $49.95 for two years, or
$69.95 for three years.
Subscribe Now to Lock in Your Low Rate!
Subscribe to The Caretaker Gazette, a bi-monthly publication, and start using the rent-free living opportunities that we publish. We’re sorry, but we do not send sample issues out any more, since our subscribers were unhappy that people were taking caretaking positions and housesitting opportunities out of the old sample issues we used to send out.
For those of you who would like to save some money and lock in our current low subscription rates before our next rate increase, you can subscribe for two years for $49.95, or three years for $69.95. These subscription rates are for Caretaker.org Online subscribers. Postal subscriptions with addresses within the USA are an extra $5/year.
If you have any house sitting or property caretaking questions, please email us at:
or write: The Caretaker Gazette
1205 E 31ST STREET
AUSTIN TX 78722
or call: (206) 462-1818 anytime, and if it's after hours, please just leave us a message. Thanks!
The Caretaker Gazette is a
registered publication with the Serial Record Division, Library of Congress,
and the ISSN Register (the most comprehensive and authoritative source for the
identification of serial publications world-wide.) For more information, go to http://www.lcweb.loc.gov/issn/
The ISSN (International
Standard Serial Number) at the Library of Congress for The Caretaker Gazette is ISSN 1074-3642
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