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June 30, 2007

1000 Real Estate and Mortgage Blogs

Todd_carpenter Shaun McLane’s Bad MLS Pic of the Day

Todd Carpenter’s REMBEX reached the milestone of indexing 1000 Real Estate and Mortgage Blogs!

A good article at “Keepin’ It Real Estate” - Well Priced Homes Sell Fast

Doug Aegerter’s St. Louis Real estate Voice

Green Spaces Real Estate by Wendy Hughes-Jelen

Jeff Rohde’s Concrete Cactus from Arizona

Robert B Barrett’s Real Estate Blog Asheville, NC

Spencer Williams You Save Real Estate Blog

The Mortgage Brat

Investment Properties Blog

Key West Real Estate Sales

Madison Real Estate Show

A Huge Depository of Real Estate Blogs as well as Grow-a-Brain’s Extensive Real Estate Archives Are Here

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It's settled, next time you guys are in Florida, I'm taking you out for a beer! Thanks for the mention.

Posted by: shaun mclane at Jul 1, 2007 7:37:02 AM

I thought SURE you would have a New Zealand real estate blog in the mix there!

Posted by: Joe at Jul 1, 2007 10:19:49 PM

Thanks for the mention. Some are impressed by the high number of Real Estate blogs. Knowing the benefits of a blog I instead am always amazed that the number of Real Estate blogs is so low.

Posted by: John Schroeder at Jul 2, 2007 8:53:02 AM

There are at least a couple Kiwi blogs in this list, Joe, but you have to go thru all of them to find them - - - -

Posted by: Hanan at Jul 2, 2007 6:22:15 PM

Found this article which may be of interest to you

Tenants unaware of how to protect their income and home

5 July 2007: In the light of yet another interest rate rise, tenants can brace themselves for further increases in rent as landlords take steps to keep their rental yields stable. Demand for rented accommodation continues to thrive due to the increase in Eastern European immigration.

click here for more information

Posted by: Ant Insurance at Jul 6, 2007 4:46:30 AM

THANKS Hanan, I will snoop through it. If all the planets align the way we want them to, we will be selling 6 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms on three lots (a 50 foot doublewide on the S. Lot, 40 foot doublewide on the N. lot, with empty (well, flower beds and such)lot in the middle. These are very nice mobile homes. All this a 15 minute walk to the Pacific Ocean, to finance our move in a year or two....we will see, eh?

Posted by: Joe at Jul 7, 2007 10:17:33 AM

I didnt see a real estate blog for Zaire. :) Very cool though, I will put up a link on my own site.

Posted by: aaron at Jul 11, 2007 9:11:32 PM

I found your website that captures my interest while searching the internet for particular keywords related to real estates. This is a very informative blog of yours. Keep up the good work. You may also check Real Estate Investments and TIC Investments if it interest you for additional information's. Thank You...

Posted by: Real Estate Investments at Jul 17, 2007 12:38:52 PM

Great Site! Check out: http://www.RealEstateNetworkers.com

Posted by: Ryan Hilario at Jul 18, 2007 4:20:57 PM

Excellent list here. Some of our favorite industry blogs include yours and Bloodhound.

I would like to recommend our Real Estate blog: http://blog.onboardllc.com/ and our latest story on Manhattan Real Estate: Examining A Contrarian Market.


Posted by: Sarah Petersen at Sep 20, 2007 1:05:02 PM

What do you have to do to be listed in the list of real estate blogs? We have a quality real estate blog website for San Diego that focuses on market updates, foreclosures, short sales and keeping the typical real estate client informed about the local San Diego market.

Thanks for the info in advance! :D

Alex

Posted by: San Diego Real Estate Blog at May 2, 2008 5:46:53 PM

Great article. I know things can get tough out there but I'm using a different website than the big two or three sites that cost $600-$800 a year.

I started using BuilderBrokerNetwork.com (http://www.builderbrokernetwork.com), it's really inexpensive (I think it's $59.99 a year). Basically, it networks commercial brokers, builders, and investors together. They have a Wants/Needs section that allows investors or buyers who are looking for certain types of commercial properties to post their needs then it's broadcasted to their database.

Hope this helps.

Posted by: Office Space For Lease at Jul 6, 2008 6:42:57 AM