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September 12, 2006

Blogs about Landlording

Apartment_for_rent Landlord Shmandlord A blog about being a landlord and investing in real-estate

Also, The Landlord Blog

Lording the Land

True Gotham published by Douglas Heddings

Michael Emilio Rodriguez‘s blog

House blogs

Altos Research Real Estate Insights

Top 35 Real Estate Blogs at “Bigger Pockets” (I’m not included for whatever reason)

A network of real estate blogs at Active Rain

Phoenix Rudner’s Seattle House Hound

Phoenix Real Estate Guy

Vancouver Condo Info

Anthony Floriani at Homethinking

Some of those blogs discovered on Nubrick’s Carnival of Real Estate

/// Add it to your del.icio.us /// A Huge Depository of Real Estate Blogs as well as Grow-a-Brain’s Extensive Real Estate Archives Are Here

(I fell violently ill this morning, and couldn't do anything all day. This post have been pre-blogged for your edification.)

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Hope you're feeling better now.

Posted by: Cuidado at Sep 12, 2006 4:41:01 AM

Yes, feel better soon!

Posted by: Nickie at Sep 12, 2006 8:29:50 PM

We didn't have you on our top 35 blogs list at BiggerPockets.com because your site is not exclusively a real estate blog. I am a regular visitor and reader of it, though; you've got a great blog here!

Posted by: Josh Dorkin at Sep 12, 2006 10:15:32 PM

In summary, they are all great real estate resources. How are you feeling this morning?

Posted by: Barrett Neihus at Sep 13, 2006 11:00:45 PM

http://www.ExchangeCA.com


What are the basic differences between ownership of a Condominium and ownership of a PUD?

The owner(s) of a unit within a typical Condominium project owns 100% of the unit, as defined by a recorded Condominium Plan. As well, they will own a fractional or percentage interest in all common areas of the Condominium project.

The owner(s) of a lot within a PUD own the lot which has been conveyed to them-as shown in the recorded Tract Map or Parcel Map-and the structure and improvements thereon. In addition, they receive rights and easements to use in common areas owned by another-frequently a Homeowner's association-of which the individual lot owners are members.

The above are basic descriptions and should not be considered legal definitions..

Posted by: Justin Chimento at Sep 16, 2006 3:47:05 PM

I've launched a new real estate blog for real estate investors and first time home buyers in the Salt Lake Valley. Check it out at www.slcrealestate.blogspot.com.

Posted by: Nigel Swaby at Sep 17, 2006 2:53:58 PM

hello I would like to buy a condo in the vancouver area for about 215000 220000 dollars , may you inform me wich is the best area for this investement , it is for rent out . I am living in france . Best regards rémy.

Posted by: remy at Sep 19, 2006 10:26:28 AM

Hi: Hope you are feeling better. I would suggest adding: http://www.brokerforyou.com/brokerforyou/
for a good picture of the San Diego real estate bubble.

Thanks

Posted by: Bob at Sep 22, 2006 7:34:28 AM

Great Blog. I'll check back again soon!

Good Luck,

Brian
Team IllinoisRealEstate.com
http://www.illinoisrealestate.com

Posted by: Brian at Sep 22, 2006 9:30:54 AM

Landlording in the south is a whole different story. Maybe you can include landlord blogs about the south too.

Francisco Barcenas Cruz
http://openmls.lakesidemax.com

Posted by: mlsmexico at Sep 24, 2006 1:10:04 PM

If you are selling an apartment building/complex of 200 units or more, we may be interested in buying.

www.SeriousApartmentBuyers.com

Posted by: We Buy Apartment Buildings at Jun 10, 2008 7:49:23 PM

It looks like we have similar ideas on this subject.

Posted by: HotWomen at Mar 26, 2009 12:44:34 PM