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September 13, 2008

September blogging

June_blog Local blog Menifee 24/7, by broker Stefan West

Real estate man Ian Watt uses both a popular Vlog and a blog to market downtown Vancouver luxury condos

Cheap Shit Condos is my favorite new Seattle real estate blog

Mr. Mortgage

Keahi Pelayo’s Honolulu real estate views

Betty Jung’s All About Portland, Oregon Real Estate

Eric Bramlett’s Austin Real Estate Blog

Indy Real Estate Talk

Lydia Ann Taylor’s Elegant Augusta Real Estate Blog

Agent Genius

At Home In Scottsdale, The Housechick Blog and Queen Creek Real Estate

Patrick Riddle's best darn Creative Real Estate Investing blog on the planet

Anna, the Realtor from London, Ontario

Marin Real Estate Bubble

Beach Drive blog

Taylor Sells Orlando

Sibdu Blog for commercial real-estate brokers

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

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Thanks for the list. Can't tell you how much I appreciate a solid real estate blog link list...

Posted by: Real Estate Raj at Sep 15, 2008 3:21:01 PM

Good info, may thanks for that list!

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Posted by: Austin McDonnell at Oct 12, 2008 3:35:45 PM

Great list - as a real estate investor this is a really useful resource. Thanks.

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Posted by: Danielcraig24 at Dec 17, 2008 10:46:20 PM

HometownRenter.com has the questions to ask yourself if it is better to rent or buy in your situation. Do you need the flexibility of renting? or can you afford to stay in your home for at least 5 years or longer?

* Can you afford a 20% down payment?
* Can you afford a monthly payment on a 30-year fixed mortgage?
* ask your CPA ... Does the tax benefit of home ownership offset a potential decline in home value?
* Have you reduced other real estate debt before you add more on this home purchase?
* Does a fixed monthly mortgage payment for the next 15 years outweigh the likely inflation of rents during that same time (called an inflation hedge)

These are broad questions that can have many variations for each individual situation. However, it is a good foundation from which to start your home buying process.

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Posted by: Gerwin at Jan 16, 2009 6:05:49 AM

Great list - as a real estate investor this is a really useful resource. Thanks.

Posted by: home loan at Jan 20, 2009 1:20:05 AM

Thanks for the list of blogs some interesting ones there!

Posted by: steve jenings at Feb 17, 2009 9:57:48 PM

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Posted by: Myrtle Beach Houses at Apr 20, 2009 10:23:18 PM

Take your real estate classes but also take a basic accounting course, real estate law, any finance course and a course in public speaking. Don't laugh, you will use all those courses through your career. Also start talking to various brokers and let them know you are taking classes. Whether taking college courses along with taking real estate classes from various real estate companies or independent real estate schools be aware of the market you are in. Also talk to lenders so you know some of what is needed for your buyers. Please learn about Title & Escrow as well. Once you hang your license make sure you become a Buyers agent first not a Sellers agent. When you start with buyers you will be learning along with your buyers some of the issues that can come up in a transaction. If you start on the Sellers side you will be on the losing end of every transaction as most seasoned agents know who is new, knows the contingencies that will let them get out of the contract and you will be left standing holding the bag.

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