PUBLISHED: 18:25, Mon, Dec 2, 2019 | UPDATED: 19:00, Mon, Dec 2, 2019
Property shows wouldn’t be the same without the property experts that present the shows. Without them at the helm, property shows would be quite different. Imagine “Grand Designs” without Kevin McCloud or “DIY SOS” without Nick Knowles, it just wouldn’t be the same.
The presenters' likeability is such that people are keen to follow them on social media to gain a look into what they are up to when away from the television cameras.
Brands realise the huge attention these property TV personalities get and in turn offer them generous financial incentives to promote their product and/or services.
Property selling website, Sell House Fast utilised data from influencer resource Influencer Marketing Hub, to discover how much the 10 popular TV property personalities from the UK earn on average from a single sponsored post on their official Instagram profile.
So, which property presenter earns the most?
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Property TV show hosts earn a surprising amount from Instagram posts - who is paid most? (Image: GETTY IMAGES/ Channel 4/ BBC/Amazing Productions)
Property: Highest earning property TV personalities of 2019 revealed (Image: GETTY IMAGES)
The results formulated by Sell House Fast, found that the ever witty Nick Knowles earns the most from Instagram, at an astonishingly average of £1,122.00 per post.
Thereafter, Kirstie Allsopp makes £534 per post, while her “Location, Location, Location” co-host, Phil Spencer is beaming significantly less from Instagram at only £94 per post.