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May 31, 2004

More real estate blogs

new_york_real_estate Just last week, “Inman News” wrote the first serious article about real estate blogs. Now, here comes the first corporate-looking real estate blog, Lockhart Steele’s “Curbed”, covering Manhattan’ rentals, sales & development, with lots of general articles. Curbed is based on the idea that all conversation in New York eventually comes back to real estate, apartments, and neighborhoods. A good read for any interested party.

Blogs of other brokers: South Texas Real Estate by Roman Alfaro & Randy Watson, cowboy-Realtors from San Antonio

The Red Wagon Team of Keller Williams - The 2nd blog from Orange County, California

Durham Region real estate, which seems to be a secondary, local version of the excellent blog Toronto At Home

Costa Rican Real Estate: Is it a good investment? How does one go about learning it? How to avoid pitfalls

Our complete list of real estate blogs Here

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For one reason or another, I had to leave the property biz for a while, and so I did not keep up with the SF Real Estate Blog. I'm back now, and have given the site a clean new design. I plan to be posting regularly, not only on SF-Bay Area real estate items and issues, but also on anything that relates to the industry at all - and a few things that don't.

Visit me at http://www.sf-real-estate.biz

Useful site you have here. I'm adding you to my blogroll immediately.

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