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Top 35 Real Estate Blogs

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The Original Top 35 Real Estate Blogs list was compiled in August 2006, and has generated almost 150,000 views since then (as of 6/30/2013). This post has been enormously popular, but as you’ll see below, time has not been kind to the real estate blogging space. Many of the early (and in my opinion, best) [...] View the full article: Top 35 Real Estate Blogs on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Todd
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Very nice list. Thank you
    Todd
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Very nice list. Thank you
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks Todd. Good luck getting your blog off the ground and going.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks Todd. Good luck getting your blog off the ground and going.
    jf
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Hi Todd Come visit us at Sellsius blog. http://blog.sellsiusrealestate.com/ We’d love to join your blog party. And can we bring our friend Noah from Urban Digs ? http://urbandigs.com/ We’re New Yorkers but very nice 🙂
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    JF – I wanted to add the Sellsius blog to the list, but I have had a difficult time viewing the blog lately. It wasn’t available at all while I was working on the list. Maybe you should look into it. Sorry you couldn’t make the original list. I’ll make you an honorable mention. . . Thanks for the mentions everyone!
    rudolph d. bachraty III
    Replied over 13 years ago
    joshua, that’s unusual. we haven’t had any issues viewing the blog ourselves and nobody else mentioned any blog downage. if you are referring to the zillow poll, then i understand because blogflux polls – which is hosting the poll – has been down intermittently. argghh! what browser and operating system are you using? did you receive an error message? -rdb.sellsius°
    rudolph d. bachraty III
    Replied over 13 years ago
    joshua, that’s unusual. we haven’t had any issues viewing the blog ourselves and nobody else mentioned any blog downage. if you are referring to the zillow poll, then i understand because blogflux polls – which is hosting the poll – has been down intermittently. argghh! what browser and operating system are you using? did you receive an error message? -rdb.sellsius°
    rudolph d. bachraty III
    Replied over 13 years ago
    joshua, that’s unusual. we haven’t had any issues viewing the blog ourselves and nobody else mentioned any blog downage. if you are referring to the zillow poll, then i understand because blogflux polls – which is hosting the poll – has been down intermittently. argghh! what browser and operating system are you using? did you receive an error message? -rdb.sellsius°
    rudolph d. bachraty III
    Replied over 13 years ago
    joshua, that’s unusual. we haven’t had any issues viewing the blog ourselves and nobody else mentioned any blog downage. if you are referring to the zillow poll, then i understand because blogflux polls – which is hosting the poll – has been down intermittently. argghh! what browser and operating system are you using? did you receive an error message? -rdb.sellsius°
    Joel Burslem
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for the nomination Joshua. Glad you like the blog!
    Steve Hurley
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Hi, I just started my real estate blog a couple of weeks ago, but perhaps you can consider mine for your next Top 35 list? I’ve got some really fun article coming up 🙂 Thanks, Steve Hurley
    Steve Hurley
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Hi, I just started my real estate blog a couple of weeks ago, but perhaps you can consider mine for your next Top 35 list? I’ve got some really fun article coming up 🙂 Thanks, Steve Hurley
    Steve Hurley
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Hi, I just started my real estate blog a couple of weeks ago, but perhaps you can consider mine for your next Top 35 list? I’ve got some really fun article coming up 🙂 Thanks, Steve Hurley
    jim duncan
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I hate to shill for my own blog, http://www.realcentralva.com, but the company here is so great, I feel I must at least ask. Best, Jim
    jim duncan
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I hate to shill for my own blog, http://www.realcentralva.com, but the company here is so great, I feel I must at least ask. Best, Jim
    Justin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Good to see that you’re liking the Pro. Lemme know if there’s anything at all i can do to help. Great blog you have here!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    RE Blog Pro and Joel – Thanks to you guys for the great work! Jim & Steve – you shills you! lol. Rudolph – no error messages – just no loading or SUPER slow to load and nothing appearing. Seems to be working fine now, though. I did give you the honable mention I talked about . . .
    rudolph d. bachraty III
    Replied over 13 years ago
    joshua – glad it’s working fine for you now and thanks for the honorable mention 🙂 blog on! -rdb.sellsius°
    Jim Cronin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Trying again… for some reason yesterday’s comments didn’t stick. Thanks so much for recognizing the Tomato. I think you left one out… #36 BiggerPockets.com
    Dan
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Nice list but you missed some good blogs for exmaple http://www.RealBlogging.com – they may be relatively newcommers but with over 30 regular contributors from the industry including numerous authors, speakers, etc. they cover real estate on a very broad basis. Dan
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Dan – Thanks, but we didn’t miss your blog. We just felt that there were others that were better suited for the list. Maybe next one. Just keep doing what you’re doing and best of luck to you. Regards.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Dan – Thanks, but we didn’t miss your blog. We just felt that there were others that were better suited for the list. Maybe next one. Just keep doing what you’re doing and best of luck to you. Regards.
    David
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thank You! 🙂 David Bubble Meter Blog
    John K
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I’m a blog-mogul. But, apparently, only in my own mind. http://www.bostonreb.com Boston Real Estate Blog
    Karen
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    We’re all some sort of legend in our own minds! lol!
    Nick Sudano
    Replied over 13 years ago
    John – you are a blog-mogul in our minds too! Great list…hope to land on it someday. http://blog.condoDomain.com The Condo Blog
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    John and Nick – thanks for letting me know about your blogs. I’ll definately keep you in mind! Blog away!
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Lest we forget NORTHERN NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE BUBBLE
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Lest we forget NORTHERN NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE BUBBLE
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for the head’s up there Rich. I’ve added you to my list of blogs.
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks! But to make sure the record is set straight, the Northern New Jersey Real Estate Bubble blog is the domain of James Bednar aka Grim. Some great stuff over there, and HERE!
    Brad Wozny
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Todd, I agree with your nationwide scope that there is a simmering. Came across some interesting data today from a report we keep up to date on builders in the industry “john burns real estate consulting”. We respect John and his teams insights into real estate market trends, as well as the current real-time info they provide on the home building industry whom they consult to and are focussed on as their primary client-base. Mainly we respect their analytics because his economists and researchers base their findings on facts, as opposed to hype (God knows if I see one more reporter talk about a bubble on CNBC I’m going to wring someone’s neck!). **** Which, by the way, as an aside, doesn’t that media giant have a majority stake in several financial institutions? Don’t you find it funny (in a sick sort of way) that they’ll then run ads at commercial break promoting their long-term insurances and investment products? hmmm… **** But I digress… I’m not getting paid for this plug, but John’s company publishes their findings and the actual formularies they’ve utilized to arrive at those figures (very sensible, I might add) which puts them pretty much on the money. Valuable insight into the movers and shakers of the homebuilding industry, and regional market overviews. His info is at realestateconsulting.com where people can signup for a free newsletter. Hope that helps…yours for massive profits & a rewarding life! Cheers, BW
    Brad Wozny
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Todd, I agree with your nationwide scope that there is a simmering. Came across some interesting data today from a report we keep up to date on builders in the industry “john burns real estate consulting”. We respect John and his teams insights into real estate market trends, as well as the current real-time info they provide on the home building industry whom they consult to and are focussed on as their primary client-base. Mainly we respect their analytics because his economists and researchers base their findings on facts, as opposed to hype (God knows if I see one more reporter talk about a bubble on CNBC I’m going to wring someone’s neck!). **** Which, by the way, as an aside, doesn’t that media giant have a majority stake in several financial institutions? Don’t you find it funny (in a sick sort of way) that they’ll then run ads at commercial break promoting their long-term insurances and investment products? hmmm… **** But I digress… I’m not getting paid for this plug, but John’s company publishes their findings and the actual formularies they’ve utilized to arrive at those figures (very sensible, I might add) which puts them pretty much on the money. Valuable insight into the movers and shakers of the homebuilding industry, and regional market overviews. His info is at realestateconsulting.com where people can signup for a free newsletter. Hope that helps…yours for massive profits & a rewarding life! Cheers, BW
    Brad Wozny
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Todd, I agree with your nationwide scope that there is a simmering. Came across some interesting data today from a report we keep up to date on builders in the industry “john burns real estate consulting”. We respect John and his teams insights into real estate market trends, as well as the current real-time info they provide on the home building industry whom they consult to and are focussed on as their primary client-base. Mainly we respect their analytics because his economists and researchers base their findings on facts, as opposed to hype (God knows if I see one more reporter talk about a bubble on CNBC I’m going to wring someone’s neck!). **** Which, by the way, as an aside, doesn’t that media giant have a majority stake in several financial institutions? Don’t you find it funny (in a sick sort of way) that they’ll then run ads at commercial break promoting their long-term insurances and investment products? hmmm… **** But I digress… I’m not getting paid for this plug, but John’s company publishes their findings and the actual formularies they’ve utilized to arrive at those figures (very sensible, I might add) which puts them pretty much on the money. Valuable insight into the movers and shakers of the homebuilding industry, and regional market overviews. His info is at realestateconsulting.com where people can signup for a free newsletter. Hope that helps…yours for massive profits & a rewarding life! Cheers, BW
    Jason B. Graves
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Our focus is strictly in Raleigh but any press we can get is appreciated. We pull real estate development news from local and national media for our readers. http://www.raleighrealestatenews.com
    Fraser Beach
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Just wanted to draw your attention to Toronto @ Home.
    Fraser Beach
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Just wanted to draw your attention to Toronto @ Home.
    Dan
    Replied over 13 years ago
    With over 40 regular contributors covering a very broad base of real estate topics and over 60 posts a month, I think we qualify as one of the good guys too – visit us at RealBlogging
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for all the new blog suggestions everyone!
    Jeff Brown
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Though I’m confident I’ll be included in future ‘best of’ lists, I’ve only been serious about my blog for several weeks. I expect when I am listed it will be for its merit. Good job guys.
    Jeff Brown
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Though I’m confident I’ll be included in future ‘best of’ lists, I’ve only been serious about my blog for several weeks. I expect when I am listed it will be for its merit. Good job guys.
    Jeff Brown
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Though I’m confident I’ll be included in future ‘best of’ lists, I’ve only been serious about my blog for several weeks. I expect when I am listed it will be for its merit. Good job guys.
    Jeff Brown
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Though I’m confident I’ll be included in future ‘best of’ lists, I’ve only been serious about my blog for several weeks. I expect when I am listed it will be for its merit. Good job guys.
    Mike M
    Replied over 13 years ago
    REI Newbie – The Trials and Tribulations of a Brand New Real Estate Investor reinewbie.blogspot.com
    Mike M
    Replied over 13 years ago
    REI Newbie – The Trials and Tribulations of a Brand New Real Estate Investor reinewbie.blogspot.com
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for the list – How about and OPML of the feeds?
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for the list – How about and OPML of the feeds?
    Rich
    Replied over 13 years ago
    Thanks for the list – How about and OPML of the feeds?
    Athol Kay
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I hadn’t started back when this was posted…. :*( http://therealestateguide.blogspot.com
    Michael Burke
    Replied about 13 years ago
    This is honestly one of the best real estate blogs i’ve seen. Hopefully mine will someday compare. Good luck this year. If New Jersey Real Estate interests anyone, I would love for you to drop by……
    Michael Burke
    Replied about 13 years ago
    This is honestly one of the best real estate blogs i’ve seen. Hopefully mine will someday compare. Good luck this year. If New Jersey Real Estate interests anyone, I would love for you to drop by……
    Costa Rica Real Estate Loco
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    Gracias mi amigo! Thank you very much. Great list!
    Lucas Lechuga
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    Great list! Hope you take mine into consideration for any future updates. Thanks!
    Josh Hohman
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    I a little late to the party, but wanted to throw out my relatively new blog which covers flipping, development and brokerage issues in the San Francisco Bay Area. My focus is somewhat more analytical than some other blogs (trying to get something for my enormous amount of school debt to Stanford Business School…). I’m afraid I’m not yet worthy of the fine list of blogs in the top 35, but I’ll keep my fingers crossed for the future. Great blog, Joshua, I really enjoy it!
    Josh Hohman
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    I a little late to the party, but wanted to throw out my relatively new blog which covers flipping, development and brokerage issues in the San Francisco Bay Area. My focus is somewhat more analytical than some other blogs (trying to get something for my enormous amount of school debt to Stanford Business School…). I’m afraid I’m not yet worthy of the fine list of blogs in the top 35, but I’ll keep my fingers crossed for the future. Great blog, Joshua, I really enjoy it!
    Josh Hohman
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    I a little late to the party, but wanted to throw out my relatively new blog which covers flipping, development and brokerage issues in the San Francisco Bay Area. My focus is somewhat more analytical than some other blogs (trying to get something for my enormous amount of school debt to Stanford Business School…). I’m afraid I’m not yet worthy of the fine list of blogs in the top 35, but I’ll keep my fingers crossed for the future. Great blog, Joshua, I really enjoy it!
    scott montgomery
    Replied almost 13 years ago
    maybe my site/blogs could make the next list ha;>…..Great blog Joshua- really appreciate the information!
    Joe Trainor
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Hi Todd, Awesome list, great work!!! As everyone is likely sending you their blog for inclusion, maybe you can expand to Top 50 RE Blogs and update it quarterly or so. Anyways, thanks for this info, and if you or any of your readers is looking for an instant site that will also automatically market your listings for you, just give me a ring or register for a free trial through our site. Peace, Joe Trainor RealtySoft.com 1.866.857.1657 x 113
    Joe Trainor
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Hi Todd, Awesome list, great work!!! As everyone is likely sending you their blog for inclusion, maybe you can expand to Top 50 RE Blogs and update it quarterly or so. Anyways, thanks for this info, and if you or any of your readers is looking for an instant site that will also automatically market your listings for you, just give me a ring or register for a free trial through our site. Peace, Joe Trainor RealtySoft.com 1.866.857.1657 x 113
    Sapan Bhear
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Very nice list
    Sapan Bhear
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Very nice list
    Mario Pinedo, CCIM
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Joshua, Thanks for the list. I wil add these to my Goolge Reader – that one is getting big! Any special suggestions for an investment blog? I’m dutifully working to up my traffic. Thanks for any advice. – Mario BTW – Will you be at Inman?
    EstatesDubai
    Replied over 12 years ago
    This is a fantastic list of blogs. Very useful for any real estate blogger to get some inspiration. Thank you!
    Bahamas Real Estate
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Looking to invest in Bahamas Real Estate, find your perfect island treasure, or gaze at our tranquil blue waters from your Waterfront Property. Whatever your dream, Island Living Real Estate can help you chose the right piece of Bahamas Real Estate for you.
    Bahamas Real Estate
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Looking to invest in Bahamas Real Estate, find your perfect island treasure, or gaze at our tranquil blue waters from your Waterfront Property. Whatever your dream, Island Living Real Estate can help you chose the right piece of Bahamas Real Estate for you.
    Cyprus property
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Those lists of top blogs is indeed great. I will surely try to visit all of them everyday to check what’s know because real estate is indeed a learning process as well. In blogging you can see different approach and techniques which could help our craft.
    Philipp from Hamburg
    Replied over 12 years ago
    thank you for your list. Here in Germany there are just a few real estate blogs. So I took the list as a good inspiration for a few posts!
    Philipp from Hamburg
    Replied over 12 years ago
    thank you for your list. Here in Germany there are just a few real estate blogs. So I took the list as a good inspiration for a few posts!
    CL Collins
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Interestingly enough the economy still has ways for the savvy real estate investor to make money. check out this site: rnlinvestmentops.com and see what new things are in the market to be apart of.
    CL Collins
    Replied over 12 years ago
    check out what the savvy real estate investors are doing!
    Ladin Ventures
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Josh, Can you include The Real Estate Schmoozer to the list?
    Ladin Ventures
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Josh, Can you include The Real Estate Schmoozer to the list?
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    How can we make sure to get on your radar and get on your next list!? We’re getting a ton of traffic and more and more each day. We must be doing something right. thanks, alex p.s. Shout out to Altos Research. Love and use their stuff daily.
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    How can we make sure to get on your radar and get on your next list!? We’re getting a ton of traffic and more and more each day. We must be doing something right. thanks, alex p.s. Shout out to Altos Research. Love and use their stuff daily.
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    How can we make sure to get on your radar and get on your next list!? We’re getting a ton of traffic and more and more each day. We must be doing something right. thanks, alex p.s. Shout out to Altos Research. Love and use their stuff daily.
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    How can we make sure to get on your radar and get on your next list!? We’re getting a ton of traffic and more and more each day. We must be doing something right. thanks, alex p.s. Shout out to Altos Research. Love and use their stuff daily.
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    How can we make sure to get on your radar and get on your next list!? We’re getting a ton of traffic and more and more each day. We must be doing something right. thanks, alex p.s. Shout out to Altos Research. Love and use their stuff daily.
    theFrontSteps
    Replied over 12 years ago
    comment not working. What’s up with that!
    Cassaundra Flores
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Thanks alot. Nice list of blogs.
    kev
    Replied over 12 years ago
    http://housingpanic.blogspot.com is the best by far
    kev
    Replied over 12 years ago
    http://housingpanic.blogspot.com is the best by far
    Andris Virsnieks
    Replied over 12 years ago
    The real estate boom-and-bust cycle is still on the way down but it is not yet the time to buy (at least not in Seattle). The time to buy will be when the rent you can get, every month, for a property is 1% of the price you pay for the property. For instance, if you buy a condo for $250,000 you must get a rent of $2,500. If you stick as closely as possible to this “golden rule” greed will not suck you into dangerous speculation that has caused many people to lose their shirts recently. For more details on how to run the numbers see my book “How to Invest in Condominiums
    croatia property
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Good idea of creating a list of top real estate blogs. Really contains the good list of blogs.
    Dave
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Yes, the real estate market is very difficult for real estate developers and sellers and in all likelihood will become progressively worse throughout this new year. In our case, we started to develop a multi unit property, when the market was still sizzling hot. Unfortunately, as the building neared completion, the bottom fell out. In our case, we hired an outside real estate consulting group which provided us with a very interesting perspective and ideas which greatly helped us sell the units. For example, our showroom had been in a temporary structure and while it was well built and representative of the apartments, the location and the temporary nature of the structure was akin to a trailer home. What they suggested may seem obvious now, but it was not when they presented it to us. We were told to rent a temporary showroom in the best area, hire well dressed, and more importantly, professional sales people and then provide limousine service from the show room to our yet unfinished building. Further, the limousine was only to come to the building at certain times, when the lighting was just right, when traffic was minimal and by a particularly scenic route, all the while having the sale person explain all of the interesting things in the area. This worked well and we were able to quickly sell almost all of the remaining units. Their website is http://www.LastLifeboat.com, though there is not much information on it. My advise to other developers is to rethink and regroup your marketing strategies.
    Dave
    Replied over 12 years ago
    Yes, the real estate market is very difficult for real estate developers and sellers and in all likelihood will become progressively worse throughout this new year. In our case, we started to develop a multi unit property, when the market was still sizzling hot. Unfortunately, as the building neared completion, the bottom fell out. In our case, we hired an outside real estate consulting group which provided us with a very interesting perspective and ideas which greatly helped us sell the units. For example, our showroom had been in a temporary structure and while it was well built and representative of the apartments, the location and the temporary nature of the structure was akin to a trailer home. What they suggested may seem obvious now, but it was not when they presented it to us. We were told to rent a temporary showroom in the best area, hire well dressed, and more importantly, professional sales people and then provide limousine service from the show room to our yet unfinished building. Further, the limousine was only to come to the building at certain times, when the lighting was just right, when traffic was minimal and by a particularly scenic route, all the while having the sale person explain all of the interesting things in the area. This worked well and we were able to quickly sell almost all of the remaining units. Their website is http://www.LastLifeboat.com, though there is not much information on it. My advise to other developers is to rethink and regroup your marketing strategies.
    Franco
    Replied about 12 years ago
    This is very useful list. Thanks for it!
    Franco
    Replied about 12 years ago
    This is very useful list. Thanks for it!
    Steve Ramirez
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Wow. Awesome list of real estate blogs.
    RJacobsen
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thanks for the list! I can hardly believe that you’ve had this post for months and I never noticed!!
    Jay Skinner
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you for the list. It really saves a lot of times looking for the best real estate blogs.
    John
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Although our site isn’t a blog per se, we feel like we’ve put together a comprehensive site with a ton of useful information for investors. Please take a look our site when you have a chance – hopefully we can get added to your list as a potential resource. Thanks.
    Chad Hallberg
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Great list Josh. Is there a more updated list though as other blogs have no doubt taken stronger command of things over the last year and a half. Cheers, Chad
    Chris Heath
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Great list, as always biggerpockets proves itself as a great resource.
    Chris Heath
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Great list, as always biggerpockets proves itself as a great resource.
    Yancy Martin
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thanks for providing this great list.
    Scott
    Replied about 12 years ago
    I would add rsspieces as a good how to blog site.
    North Reading Real Estate
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thanks for taking the time to put this list together. Nice work!
    Wayne
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Looks like the next list has to be The Top 100 Real Estate blogs! 35 just ain’t enough!
    Wayne
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Looks like the next list has to be The Top 100 Real Estate blogs! 35 just ain’t enough!
    NewSunSEO
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Hey Josh! Thanks for the list. I’ve glanced at a few of these sites already and found them very informative. I appreciate your generosity by sharing these with us.
    Ismail Shihadi
    Replied about 12 years ago
    great list 🙂 , ive been looking for one of those
    Crystal Point
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Great blog list… Thanks!
    Selling a home in Richmond Hill
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you so much for sharing the such useful real estate blogs sites. This is really helpful and informative for real estate agent.
    Selling a home in Richmond Hill
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you so much for sharing the such useful real estate blogs sites. This is really helpful and informative for real estate agent.
    Selling a home in Richmond Hill
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you so much for sharing the such useful real estate blogs sites. This is really helpful and informative for real estate agent.
    Rob Lawrence
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you for this list. Warm Regards, Rob
    Rob Lawrence
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Thank you for this list. Warm Regards, Rob
    steve jenings
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Excellent list, as usual bigger pockets leading the way forward.
    steve jenings
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Excellent list, as usual bigger pockets leading the way forward.
    Pinder
    Replied about 12 years ago
    It was good list. Sincerely,
    Pinder
    Replied about 12 years ago
    It was good list. Sincerely,
    Mizzy worts
    Replied about 12 years ago
    Very nice list, ty
    Dale in Frisco Texas
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Thank you so much for this list. I will use it and link to it.
    Keith Dobbs
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Glad someone finally put a list like this together. As always, more great information from Bigger Pockets. How you guys find the time to do this is beyond me.
    Clarke in Fort Worth
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    What about Realty Times? They have pretty good blogs there too.
    Patrick Riddle
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    The list is great. How about http://www.MustKnowInvesting.com. Focuses on our daily experience in the field as a creative real estate investor. We cover negotiating, marketing, lease options, short sales, recruiting private money, asset protection, etc.
    Nicholas Marr
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    In these days of the credit crunch it serves to widen your net when it comes to marketing your property. I run a UK based International real estate web site and blog. We have noticed a huge increase in US realtors contacting us about how to sell to international audience. It would be great to have our blog included in your list Kind regards
    Steve Simon
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Great List. I liked quite a few. The Tomato was on top for me. I am the chief admin. of a Florida Real Estate School, and a Florida Licensed Real estate Instructor for over 20 years I think info. such as this is the difference between the “Glamour Shot” real estate agent, and the agent of substance! My website, the online school would allow any investor the ability to learn a broad foundation of the basics of real estate and some pretty advanced tidbits. After spending some time aquiring the knowhow these educated consumers cannot be serviced by low skill agents. I believe that stats, and info. are the best line of defense in a tough market…
    Steve Simon
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Great List. I liked quite a few. The Tomato was on top for me. I am the chief admin. of a Florida Real Estate School, and a Florida Licensed Real estate Instructor for over 20 years I think info. such as this is the difference between the “Glamour Shot” real estate agent, and the agent of substance! My website, the online school would allow any investor the ability to learn a broad foundation of the basics of real estate and some pretty advanced tidbits. After spending some time aquiring the knowhow these educated consumers cannot be serviced by low skill agents. I believe that stats, and info. are the best line of defense in a tough market…
    Sara
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Great List! I definitely agree with you in regards to the content that is included in all of these blogs. Happy Investing!
    Nadine
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    I think you should up date the list periodictly. I’m sure you have found some new blogs now.
    Jason
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Very nice. I was looking for a good list of real estate blogs, and it’s difficult to find quality blogs in the search engines without spending hours doing it. You have made my life easier today, and for that I commend you.
    Tony Sena
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    What about http://www.phoenixrealestateguy.com. He has a very good blog!
    Tony Sena
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    What about http://www.phoenixrealestateguy.com. He has a very good blog!
    Anonymous
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Nice list. Please consider us for future lists. Thanks!
    Anonymous
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Nice list. Please consider us for future lists. Thanks!
    Real Estate Raj
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    As someone who can’t get enough real estate news, I really appreciate the list you put together. Thanks and keep up the good work.
    Sam
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Awesome list, abundant work!!! As anybody is acceptable sending you their blog for inclusion, maybe you can aggrandize to Top 50 RE Blogs and amend it annual or so. Anyways, acknowledgment for this info, and if you or any of your readers is attractive for an burning armpit that will additionally automatically bazaar your listings for you, aloof accord me a arena or annals for a chargeless balloon through our site.
    Galen @ Estately
    Replied over 11 years ago
    No RainCityGuide or Estately blog?
    Galen @ Estately
    Replied over 11 years ago
    No RainCityGuide or Estately blog?
    Galen @ Estately
    Replied over 11 years ago
    No RainCityGuide or Estately blog?
    Scottish castles
    Replied over 11 years ago
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    nassau rental agency
    Replied over 11 years ago
    That was a complete list, fantastic! Thank U
    Janice Bovee
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Nice comprehensive list…had to bookmark to come back to when I have some time Got to run… write some more blog posts and work my way up the ladder! Always enjoy your blog and I would have put you on the list.
    Janice Bovee
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Nice comprehensive list…had to bookmark to come back to when I have some time Got to run… write some more blog posts and work my way up the ladder! Always enjoy your blog and I would have put you on the list.
    Susan
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Very nice list, I would add biggerpockets and I also like agentgenius alot.
    Kathy T.
    Replied over 11 years ago
    There are two … well three … real estate blogs I write and (for conceited reasons) really like. 🙂 http://www.shakandjill.com http://www.banks.com/blogs/realestate and http://midtnrealty.wordpress.com Thanks for your consideration!
    Sell and Rent Back
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Awesome! I have been looking for a comprehensive list for a while It is nice to go to relevant real estate blogs and see what other professionals are talking about, especially the property prices and other market conditions. This list is fantastic. Thanks again. – Peter
    Submit Real Estate Article
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Wow, this post is two years old and still relevant. It is another proof that quality has much higher value than quantity. Well done
    Susan
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Yes, two years old and definitely relevant. I wonder how it would shake out if we redid it now…if some would drop and others be added, etc. Maybe we’d just have a much bigger list like someone commented earlier.
    ratansaini
    Replied over 11 years ago
    You have done a fantastic job. It is really helpful for those who are interested in real estate world. 🙂
    J.T. Foxx
    Replied over 11 years ago
    I love your blog, great insight and info. I like how it’s no holds bar. J.T. Foxx Active Real Estate Investor & National Weekend Syndicated Radio Personality
    Fran y Romi
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Thanks for the info, im from Argentina but i planning to live in Canada the next year. I wanna know about your country. See you! Fran
    Erin Oakley
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Love the list but it is 2 years old. There has been a lot of change in the Real Estate Blog world since then. Any chance you are going to update the list soon? I work on a niche blog for the east side of Cleveland and would love to see what other niche bloggers do in their markets. Thanks, Erin
    Seanster
    Replied over 11 years ago
    A very useful list!
    Mark Madsen
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Wow! Congratulations on this huge response and thank you for the list. I just topped off my feed reader. I know that this is primarily a real estate related blog list, but what about http://lenderama.com, or did I miss something? Also, if you are considering any other mortgage marketing related blogs – http://mortgagemarketingcommunity.com. A couple of my friends launched that blog a few months ago and they are seriously committed to providing their viewers with good stuff. Thanks.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Mark – Thanks for the suggestions . . . Lenderama would definitely make the cut if this list were up to date. We’re going to hopefully come out with a new one some time soon!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Mark – Thanks for the suggestions . . . Lenderama would definitely make the cut if this list were up to date. We’re going to hopefully come out with a new one some time soon!
    Amy Jones
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Oh…Oh….can I add my most wonderful blog to your list too?! Yes, I love my blog…hope you will too! Thanks for your list!
    Amy Jones
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Oh…Oh….can I add my most wonderful blog to your list too?! Yes, I love my blog…hope you will too! Thanks for your list!
    Brownstoner
    Replied over 11 years ago
    After Curbed, Brownstoner.com has to be the biggest local real estate blog in the country, with over 1.2 million pageviews a month. It was also the subject of a WSJ article last Friday: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122481699525965769.html
    Joe Manausa
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Hey Joshua, this is a great list. I hope you’d consider the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog as well. I cover much more than just the Tallahassee market and seem to be growing (top 1000 in Technorati). Thanks for the consideration Joshua.
    Joe Manausa
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Hey Joshua, this is a great list. I hope you’d consider the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog as well. I cover much more than just the Tallahassee market and seem to be growing (top 1000 in Technorati). Thanks for the consideration Joshua.
    Joe Manausa - Tallahassee Real Estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Joshua, not all of these are even still active blogs. I went through each one (most are great reads) and found the following: Blog Arizona (last post August 2008) Building an Empire (last post March 2008) Fliperati (last post March 2007) HousingBubbleCasualty (page failed to load) Landlord Schmandlord (the address you list was last updated in 2006) My Real Estate Investing Venture (last post June 2008) Real Estate Blog Pro (last post May 2008) Tales of a Seattle Real Estate Investor (link doesn’t seem right) The Foreclosure Report (last post July 2007) The Landlord Blog (last post June 2007) I hope this isn’t to picky, I was just looking for some great real estate blogs (and still found many here, thanks).
    Joe Manausa - Tallahassee Real Estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Joshua, not all of these are even still active blogs. I went through each one (most are great reads) and found the following: Blog Arizona (last post August 2008) Building an Empire (last post March 2008) Fliperati (last post March 2007) HousingBubbleCasualty (page failed to load) Landlord Schmandlord (the address you list was last updated in 2006) My Real Estate Investing Venture (last post June 2008) Real Estate Blog Pro (last post May 2008) Tales of a Seattle Real Estate Investor (link doesn’t seem right) The Foreclosure Report (last post July 2007) The Landlord Blog (last post June 2007) I hope this isn’t to picky, I was just looking for some great real estate blogs (and still found many here, thanks).
    Joe Manausa - Tallahassee Real Estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Joshua, not all of these are even still active blogs. I went through each one (most are great reads) and found the following: Blog Arizona (last post August 2008) Building an Empire (last post March 2008) Fliperati (last post March 2007) HousingBubbleCasualty (page failed to load) Landlord Schmandlord (the address you list was last updated in 2006) My Real Estate Investing Venture (last post June 2008) Real Estate Blog Pro (last post May 2008) Tales of a Seattle Real Estate Investor (link doesn’t seem right) The Foreclosure Report (last post July 2007) The Landlord Blog (last post June 2007) I hope this isn’t to picky, I was just looking for some great real estate blogs (and still found many here, thanks).
    Angus
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Great list. Some good ideas there for anyone thinking of starting a new real estate blog.
    Angus
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Great list. Some good ideas there for anyone thinking of starting a new real estate blog.
    Angus
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Great list. Some good ideas there for anyone thinking of starting a new real estate blog.
    real estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    What a great list. I will go through them and check them out. Thanks for the information.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Hey folks, as you can now see, we’ve updated the list to remove any dead links. We’re going to soon be creating a new list, so keep an eye out!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Hey folks, as you can now see, we’ve updated the list to remove any dead links. We’re going to soon be creating a new list, so keep an eye out!
    Myrtle Beach Real Estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Thanks for the list Todd, i think it will be helpful for me to visit those blogs and find useful information in the sector of real estate.
    Myrtle Beach Real Estate
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Thanks for the list Todd, i think it will be helpful for me to visit those blogs and find useful information in the sector of real estate.
    Team Aguilar Blog
    Replied over 11 years ago
    Will you please consider our blog for your list? http://www.teamaguilar.com/blogs We are going strong in this market and not going anywhere! Thank you! Team Aguilar Blog’s last blog post: The “Big Three” Ask Mom and Pop for Some Extra Cash
    Larry Lang
    Replied over 11 years ago
    I have read through some of the blogs here and I just wish that I spent more time on mine. I appreciate all the useful information and tips that I have picked up. I am going to try and work on mine daily so I can hit your top 35. Larry Lang
    Santa Barbara Real Estate Voice
    Replied over 11 years ago
    This is a great list, but it seems very limited in some ways. There are so many regional blogs and blogs for specific areas in the U.S. that are great. Most people searching for real estate would love to find a blog that is doing a great job about the specific area they are interested in. This list simply seems to be mainly about blogs that cover real estate in general and people that like to talk about real estate. It does not seem to be a list about bloggin realtors that are blogging about specific areas and doing a great job. Maybe that has to do with the fact that less than 4% of Realtors blog…and who knows what percentage of these do a good job.
    Santa Barbara Real Estate Voice
    Replied over 11 years ago
    This is a great list, but it seems very limited in some ways. There are so many regional blogs and blogs for specific areas in the U.S. that are great. Most people searching for real estate would love to find a blog that is doing a great job about the specific area they are interested in. This list simply seems to be mainly about blogs that cover real estate in general and people that like to talk about real estate. It does not seem to be a list about bloggin realtors that are blogging about specific areas and doing a great job. Maybe that has to do with the fact that less than 4% of Realtors blog…and who knows what percentage of these do a good job.
    Santa Barbara Real Estate Voice
    Replied over 11 years ago
    This is a great list, but it seems very limited in some ways. There are so many regional blogs and blogs for specific areas in the U.S. that are great. Most people searching for real estate would love to find a blog that is doing a great job about the specific area they are interested in. This list simply seems to be mainly about blogs that cover real estate in general and people that like to talk about real estate. It does not seem to be a list about bloggin realtors that are blogging about specific areas and doing a great job. Maybe that has to do with the fact that less than 4% of Realtors blog…and who knows what percentage of these do a good job.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 11 years ago
    I’m not sure who I’m talking to, as you didn’t mention your name in the place where names go, and you never signed your post. That said, you are correct that there are tons of real estate blogs of various types out there. When the list was created twi years ago, things were much different. Not many people in real estate knew how to blog . . . we were all figuring it out. While things have progressed, they have yet to mature. We’ll come out with a new list soon. . . additionally, we’re going to come out with a post that explains why bloggers need to comment with their real names and not with a link intended to build PR. (See the Note RIGHT ABOVE the ADD COMMENT button)
    Santa Barbara Real Estate Voice
    Replied over 11 years ago
    This is a great list, but it seems very limited in some ways. There are so many regional blogs and blogs for specific areas in the U.S. that are great. Most people searching for real estate would love to find a blog that is doing a great job about the specific area they are interested in. This list simply seems to be mainly about blogs that cover real estate in general and people that like to talk about real estate. It does not seem to be a list about bloggin realtors that are blogging about specific areas and doing a great job. Maybe that has to do with the fact that less than 4% of Realtors blog…and who knows what percentage of these do a good job.
    Eddie
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Thanks for updating the list! I was searching for updated blogs and you made it easy for me. =)
    Eddie
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Thanks for updating the list! I was searching for updated blogs and you made it easy for me. =)
    Eddie
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Thanks for updating the list! I was searching for updated blogs and you made it easy for me. =)
    jim ingersoll
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Josh Great job with everything your doing. Can you update this list again? Jim jim ingersoll’s last blog post: The TAX CREDIT for “Dummies”
    scottsdale luxury homes
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    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.
    scottsdale luxury homes
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    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.
    scottsdale luxury homes
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    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.
    Scott Costello
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Great list of blogs. How often are they updated? I’d also like to see some personal blogs up there about investors and their daily grind. Is that possible? Scott Costello’s last blog post: You won’t beleive this!
    Scott Costello
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Great list of blogs. How often are they updated? I’d also like to see some personal blogs up there about investors and their daily grind. Is that possible? Scott Costello’s last blog post: You won’t beleive this!
    Joe Stampone
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Josh, This is a great list. Real estate is certainly a competitive place for bloggers, which is fueled by people’s natural obsession towards real estate. Here are a few others that deserve mentioning: Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Blog – http://bhgrealestateblog.com/ http://www.phoenixrealestateguy.com/ http://www.astudentoftherealestategame.com Thanks for continually providing quality content http://www.twitter.com/joestampone1 Joe Stampone’s last blog post: Johns Hopkins – Edward St. John Department of Real Estate Program Review #2
    Nichole
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Hey, like everyone said, this is quite comprehensive. It’s interesting to see what others are doing, but I do wonder what difference it makes to all of us as independent Realtors and Agents? Like, how can we use all this information for good? Twitter is another interesting tool that can now be searched locally for agents and such in various geographical locations – and this makes it possible: It’s being called the “Twitter Yellow Pages” http://www.twellow.com/ Hope this helps! Nichole MN MLS’s last blog post: Search for Homes $500k-up
    John C Ford
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Keep us in mind and out Boston condo blog news
    John C Ford
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Keep us in mind and out Boston condo blog news
    Marilyn Wilson
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Dear Josh, Good stuff to see the progress over the past 3 years. What did you use as your criteria to determine the top blogs for real estate? If you need our help to develop a methodology for evaluating blogs, maybe even with a survey among real estate professionals we would be happy to provide you with help. Marilyn Wilson WAV Group waves.wavgroup.com Marilyn Wilson’s last blog post: Real Estate Listing Syndicators Collaborate on report
    Kurt Op de Beeck
    Replied almost 11 years ago
    Do you also plan to included som overseas blogs for people with interest in Europe for example? FIABCI member since 1994
    David Jhonston
    Replied over 10 years ago
    hey Joshua Dorkin, You have done a very good job.
    David Jhonston
    Replied over 10 years ago
    hey Joshua Dorkin, You have done a very good job.
    Jose
    Replied over 10 years ago
    That is a great list, I have been searching for some blogs to read online! This list helps to find the good ones! It is amazing how many of the Real Estate blogs are being left with out updates (Could it be the market ?)
    Dale Monroe
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Wow. Kudos on this great list. It’s informative and a total time saver. Nice one!
    Dale Monroe
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Wow. Kudos on this great list. It’s informative and a total time saver. Nice one!
    RE
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Great work! It’s nice to find a blog that is relevant to investor, professional, AND consumer. Keep up the good work!
    Ralph D Bredahl
    Replied over 10 years ago
    helpful list. Although I have had a web site for years I am new to blogging and appreciated looking at some good sites for ideas
    Ralph D Bredahl
    Replied over 10 years ago
    helpful list. Although I have had a web site for years I am new to blogging and appreciated looking at some good sites for ideas
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Charlie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    It would be helpful if this list was broken down by national blogs and regionally specific blogs. Can you recommend good Florida real estate blogs?
    Shelton - las vegas homes
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Thanks for the list! Do you have a favorite Las Vegas blog?
    Gary McQuin
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Thanks for not only having this list, but, also maintaining the list by noting the removed links. It is always frustrating to look at a list and find a list like this that is not maintained, sending me to dead links. This list is very helpful.
    Gary McQuin
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Thanks for not only having this list, but, also maintaining the list by noting the removed links. It is always frustrating to look at a list and find a list like this that is not maintained, sending me to dead links. This list is very helpful.
    Jay Castillo
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Thanks a lot for this list as I really want learn more from other real estate blogs to help improve my own blog, I hope to be of help as well. By the way, would you consider a real estate blog from the Philippines on this list? I blog about real estate foreclosure investing where I share tips to fellow real estate investors and I also post free foreclosed property listings plus auction schedules. Here’s is my blog: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com .-= Jay Castillo´s last blog ..Secrets Revealed: Investing in Foreclosures =-.
    Stephanie
    Replied over 10 years ago
    huh wow great list! I’m actually quite surprised, you actually crossed out ones that are no longer qualified. great job, im impressed!
    Shayla Sharp
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Very helpful site. It’s nice to have so much information in one place, rather than needing to spend so much time on the internet trying to find other relevant sites. Thanks! .-= Shayla Sharp´s last blog ..Whether buying or selling, I’m with you. =-.
    IC
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Is there any one place that lists every real estate resource?
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 10 years ago
    IC – That place would is http://www.BiggerPockets.com
    Karen Brewer
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Would love to make the grade. Im a RE Tomato grad so check me out.www.thegoldcoaststandard.com in Darien,CT. Been blogging about 9 months and would love to think Im gettin the hang of it. I actually love it a little TOO much. will sign up for your feed. All the best. K.Brewer
    Betty Jung
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Have been blogging every day for almost 2 years and have also started a second blog – a photo blog. ALL ABOUT…Portland.Oregon.Real Estate & Lake Oswego Living.A Photo Blog. Hope I get on your “list”. Thanks.
    Josh
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Great list of real estate resources! It is amazing to see that nearly half of the list is dead or no longer active. .-= Josh´s last blog ..Best WordPress Real Estate Themes =-.
    Charlotte Limo
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Really fantastic and informative list, as it will took a lot of time to search such list. Thanks for sharing…
    Charlotte Limo
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Really fantastic and informative list, as it will took a lot of time to search such list. Thanks for sharing…
    Ricky Paredes
    Replied over 10 years ago
    Happy new year to everyone. I like to know how to have crosslink to other realestate webpages?, thanks so much Ricky
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 10 years ago
    What exactly are you asking, Ricky? Can you be more specific?
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 10 years ago
    What exactly are you asking, Ricky? Can you be more specific?
    Infinity Team
    Replied about 10 years ago
    Love reading them, but who has time to keep on top of their own real estate blog?? We are hiring a college student to maintain our blog for us.
    karen
    Replied about 10 years ago
    Next time you make your list, would you consider my blog? Thanks! .-= karen´s last blog ..$15 million drop in value =-.
    Chris
    Replied about 10 years ago
    As someone who does real estate for a living I am becoming seriously scared at the realization that if you are not on or about the first page of Google your children will go hungry. Sure there are a few REO brokers making a killing in this apocalypse we are plodding through but when we get out of this it will be the agents with the web presence who prosper. Your list is great in that it shows up what competition we are up against. Thanks Chris.
    Brooks
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Definitely some great blogs out there. My favorites are the REAL experiences of local investors in different markets. Anyone that is learning and/or a veteran investor can relate to these stories and get a kick out of them. A few that I have gotten lots of education from are REITips and FlipThisWholesaler! .-= Brooks´s last blog ..The History of Alabama Rights of Redemption Laws — Caution, I said History… =-.
    Brooks
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Definitely some great blogs out there. My favorites are the REAL experiences of local investors in different markets. Anyone that is learning and/or a veteran investor can relate to these stories and get a kick out of them. A few that I have gotten lots of education from are REITips and FlipThisWholesaler! .-= Brooks´s last blog ..The History of Alabama Rights of Redemption Laws — Caution, I said History… =-.
    Brooks
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Definitely some great blogs out there. My favorites are the REAL experiences of local investors in different markets. Anyone that is learning and/or a veteran investor can relate to these stories and get a kick out of them. A few that I have gotten lots of education from are REITips and FlipThisWholesaler! .-= Brooks´s last blog ..The History of Alabama Rights of Redemption Laws — Caution, I said History… =-.
    Brooks
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Definitely some great blogs out there. My favorites are the REAL experiences of local investors in different markets. Anyone that is learning and/or a veteran investor can relate to these stories and get a kick out of them. A few that I have gotten lots of education from are REITips and FlipThisWholesaler! .-= Brooks´s last blog ..The History of Alabama Rights of Redemption Laws — Caution, I said History… =-.
    Shanna
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Great list, I love reading Real Estate Tomato and Inman Blog especially, they keep me up to date when it comes to blogging and real estate. .-= Shanna´s last blog ..Worthington Schools Real Estate Market Stats for May 2010 =-.
    Karen Goodman
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    I’m not surprised that the list keeps dwindling. I started blogging in Nov 2007, and I definitely don’t post as much as I used to. Now I tend to go in spurts. It still averages 5-10 posts per month and since I’m targeting the long tail for consumers, I think it’s ok. I’m also on my 2nd domain name and 3rd design. And plenty of other changes have happened along the way. A big one was eliminating regular features. I’ve moved to more automated approaches now. When I first started blogging, I read a lot of the blogs on your list. I completely relied on RE Tomato to get my education started. Now I mostly read non-RE blogs. One exception is Tech Savvy Agent. They have the enthusiasm of a newer blog and I love how they educate me on technology and how I can use it in my real estate business.
    Copeland
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    Great list of RE Blogs and I look forward to your new list. I plan on taking a look at the rest of you blog lists as well. Also, This may have already been addressed or it could just be that the site is under maintenance, but your ny.curbed.com link seems to be dead as well.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 10 years ago
    The Curbed link does appear to be down for the moment, but I believe it is working.
    Janie Coffey
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thank you for updating the list. You have some great sites here and, while it saddens me to see the ones removed, but really glad you are keeping the list up to date!
    Janie Coffey
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thank you for updating the list. You have some great sites here and, while it saddens me to see the ones removed, but really glad you are keeping the list up to date!
    Anonymous
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thanks for the update, Bubble Meter is one of the best real estate blogs I think. Bloodhound Blog is also good for
    damien
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thanks, the list i had was outdated…
    Anita Clark
    Replied over 9 years ago
    There are some good ones on your list but I’m surprised ActiveRain didn’t make the cut.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Anita – ActiveRain is not a blog, but a blog provider in the same light as WordPress.com, except focused on real estate blogs. At the time the list was created, there were no individual blogs located on the network that stood out to us. Remember that this list was compiled back in August 2006.
    Dave Kinkade
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thanks for continuing to update this list of blogs. Looks like the list mirrors what has happened with the market over the past four years: At first, everyone was in and it was good. Now, only the very strong (and stubbornly determined) will prosper. Shift with the times and the trends or you will be left in the tar pit with the rest of the dinosaurs.
    Dave Kinkade
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thanks for continuing to update this list of blogs. Looks like the list mirrors what has happened with the market over the past four years: At first, everyone was in and it was good. Now, only the very strong (and stubbornly determined) will prosper. Shift with the times and the trends or you will be left in the tar pit with the rest of the dinosaurs.
    Kari Garza
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Nice list of blogs; like how you take the time to revisit and update. I like reading about what’s going on in real estate and getting a peek into the daily ongoings of others. Always reminds me that my life isn’t as stressful as I think it is. In suggesting blogs as you requested, I also read the MyHouseDeals.com blog, Flipper. Another one I stumbled across was Baltimorerealestateinvestingblog.com – pretty informative and funny stuff on these two blogs. Thanks and keep up the great work…love the site!
    wanye johnson
    Replied over 9 years ago
    I began haltingly blogging in 2008 on ActiveRain. It was not consistent even though the suggestions were to post at least 3-4 times per week on a consistent basis and build a following. I can understand why lots of bloggers have quit. It takes time to develop relevant content, and keep your practice going too. This year maybe the year where I strike the effective balance of blogging and generating enough revenue to be profitable. I like your list. It gives me another group of successful people to read about. Thanks for the summary.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 9 years ago
    Thanks for all the comments, Folks. Unfortunately, this post is attracting a huge amount of spam (anyone wonder why?) and we’ve decided to close comments going forward.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    With the re-release of this post, we’ve decided to reopen comments. If the spam gets crazy again, we’ll just shut them down. Please be considerate and thoughtful with your comments instead of just sharing your website or we’ll simply delete your suggestions. Thank you!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    With the re-release of this post, we’ve decided to reopen comments. If the spam gets crazy again, we’ll just shut them down. Please be considerate and thoughtful with your comments instead of just sharing your website or we’ll simply delete your suggestions. Thank you!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    With the re-release of this post, we’ve decided to reopen comments. If the spam gets crazy again, we’ll just shut them down. Please be considerate and thoughtful with your comments instead of just sharing your website or we’ll simply delete your suggestions. Thank you!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    With the re-release of this post, we’ve decided to reopen comments. If the spam gets crazy again, we’ll just shut them down. Please be considerate and thoughtful with your comments instead of just sharing your website or we’ll simply delete your suggestions. Thank you!
    Brandon Turner
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    A few more to add to the updated list!? http://www.TheBuyandHoldGuys.com, and http://www.MobileHomeInvesting.net. Good stuff here!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Both are great blogs, Brandon, but they just miss the cut — for now. That said, check your email . . . I just added yours to our list. Congrats!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Both are great blogs, Brandon, but they just miss the cut — for now. That said, check your email . . . I just added yours to our list. Congrats!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Both are great blogs, Brandon, but they just miss the cut — for now. That said, check your email . . . I just added yours to our list. Congrats!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Both are great blogs, Brandon, but they just miss the cut — for now. That said, check your email . . . I just added yours to our list. Congrats!
    Toby Barnett
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    It is amazing how many sites came and went since 2006. Guess they didn’t find the long term strategy of blogging a successful venture. It surprises me that once successful blogs have gone to the wayside.
    Toby Barnett
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    It is amazing how many sites came and went since 2006. Guess they didn’t find the long term strategy of blogging a successful venture. It surprises me that once successful blogs have gone to the wayside.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    It doesn’t surprise me, Toby. If that component of your business isn’t prioritized, then it won’t be maintained. I believe that far too many bloggers don’t have their goals for their blog established, which makes it easy to let things slide. Thanks for joining the conversation!
    Toby Barnett
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I read an article on BlueGlass this morning, http://www.blueglass.com/blog/6-reasons-why-you-should-quit-blogging/, which may be the reason many top bloggers have quit in favor of social media alone. I couldn’t imagine abandoning my blog just to go full into social media.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Toby – That article is 100% in favor of blogging, and encourages people to blog; it isn’t about actually quitting but lists negative reasons to stop (i.e. why you shouldn’t stop). That said, it does talk about people quitting because social media is simply much easier, but is an advocacy piece for blogging. Social media is a great way to drive people to your blog (your home presence), but shouldn’t replace it, IMO.
    Toby Barnett
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    It is amazing how many sites came and went since 2006. Guess they didn’t find the long term strategy of blogging a successful venture. It surprises me that once successful blogs have gone to the wayside.
    Toby Barnett
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I got that from the article yet was making a point as maybe a reason why some have left. I wasn’t advocating the stoppage of blogging. Maybe I wasn’t clear enough … oops.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Ahhh – whoops. Yeah — I can’t speak for them, but do know that I’m not giving up the blogging thing anytime soon.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Ahhh – whoops. Yeah — I can’t speak for them, but do know that I’m not giving up the blogging thing anytime soon.
    William Sheehan
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I can tell you that I have found some of the best information concerning real estate (Industry) available on the internet through your list and I have also made some wonderful friends. I wish some of those who were once listed here as one of the “Top 35 Real Estate Blogs” that have since deleted their blog (You have a single line through them) would comment and let those of us that read blogs daily know why they stopped blogging, why they deleted such a popular real estate blog & if they have a new blog and if so where?
    William Sheehan
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I can tell you that I have found some of the best information concerning real estate (Industry) available on the internet through your list and I have also made some wonderful friends. I wish some of those who were once listed here as one of the “Top 35 Real Estate Blogs” that have since deleted their blog (You have a single line through them) would comment and let those of us that read blogs daily know why they stopped blogging, why they deleted such a popular real estate blog & if they have a new blog and if so where?
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    William – If they moved their blogs, we’d update the list. Blogs were only removed if the content is removed (the blog is closed), if the content quality declines, or if the regularity with which they post declines. The list was designed to be the best of the best, and we try to make sure that all sites listed live up to that standard. I’m glad you’ve found value in the list, and hope you’ve found some great new blogs on the updated list at the top of the post.
    Mat Steinwede
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Hi Joshua, Great post. Thought I would just shoot you my real estate blog, it’s one of the leading ones in Australia for both home owners and agents. It’s a little different than most other Real Estate blogs, check out. It’s updated every day. Hope I make it one your list one day 🙂 Look forward to connecting soon. Mat
    Mat Steinwede
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Hi Joshua, Great post. Thought I would just shoot you my real estate blog, it’s one of the leading ones in Australia for both home owners and agents. It’s a little different than most other Real Estate blogs, check out. It’s updated every day. Hope I make it one your list one day 🙂 Look forward to connecting soon. Mat
    Mat Steinwede
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Hi Joshua, Great post. Thought I would just shoot you my real estate blog, it’s one of the leading ones in Australia for both home owners and agents. It’s a little different than most other Real Estate blogs, check out. It’s updated every day. Hope I make it one your list one day 🙂 Look forward to connecting soon. Mat
    Doug Francis
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    By total coincidence I Googled the term “real estate blogs” while eating dinnertonight, and almost dismissed this post since it showed “Aug 25, 2006” and thought to myself… “typical old stuff”. So was I really that you recently updated this post. Cool! I feel there has been change in the culture around real estate blogging, and I like to go back to some of the blogs on your list from time to time to get back to reading (rather than see a highly SEO optimized post about ABC neighborhood). Now that we are all using iPads, social media, and Smartphones, the new breed of blogger understands the need for visual blogging. Sorry to say but, most people don’t read like they did 6 years ago!
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The culture was definitely different back in the day, Doug. That said, so was the enthusiasm. Most people are moving their online communication to social networks because it is just easier than blogging. We’ll see what the future holds, but hopefully we can capture the pulse of the real estate blogging space by keeping this post alive and kicking (and up to date).
    Doug Francis
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I actually think that this shift creates an opportunity for a good blogger to stand out from those who have shifted to today’s strategy of FB Target Marketing (can I coin that term?). Most real estate agents aren’t good writers, don’t have the time to do it, and their posts often cram keywords so anyone reading their gets the gist that it was written only for a robot to index! Consumers are looking for good content to read on the subway or airport and still use Google for research all day long. A well written blog with plenty of unique, original content is going to attract consumers… I know because it works for me.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I agree that it creates opportunity for good bloggers to stand out. As you said, much of the content being created today is designed for search engines, not for people, making the good content really shine. I know because it also works for us. Thanks for the feedback, Doug! I look forward to seeing more of you around the site.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The culture was definitely different back in the day, Doug. That said, so was the enthusiasm. Most people are moving their online communication to social networks because it is just easier than blogging. We’ll see what the future holds, but hopefully we can capture the pulse of the real estate blogging space by keeping this post alive and kicking (and up to date).
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The culture was definitely different back in the day, Doug. That said, so was the enthusiasm. Most people are moving their online communication to social networks because it is just easier than blogging. We’ll see what the future holds, but hopefully we can capture the pulse of the real estate blogging space by keeping this post alive and kicking (and up to date).
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The culture was definitely different back in the day, Doug. That said, so was the enthusiasm. Most people are moving their online communication to social networks because it is just easier than blogging. We’ll see what the future holds, but hopefully we can capture the pulse of the real estate blogging space by keeping this post alive and kicking (and up to date).
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The culture was definitely different back in the day, Doug. That said, so was the enthusiasm. Most people are moving their online communication to social networks because it is just easier than blogging. We’ll see what the future holds, but hopefully we can capture the pulse of the real estate blogging space by keeping this post alive and kicking (and up to date).
    Sheryll Poe
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I know a great DC blogger. He’s not an agent or broker or anything, just someone who has bought quite a few investment properties and has a lot of passion for real estate. It’s been around about a year and it’s called TheCribline.com
    Anthony Larson
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I’d like to see why you or others on here think why one is better than others. My reasoning, ill be working on getting my license when im done with school in a few months and off course thing blogging is very important part of reality marketting inow adays
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The reasons were included in the post above, Anthony.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The reasons were included in the post above, Anthony.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The reasons were included in the post above, Anthony.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The reasons were included in the post above, Anthony.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    The reasons were included in the post above, Anthony.
    Marry Ellen Wood
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    I wonder if you will update the list and replace all those blogs that are removed.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 8 years ago
    Mary – Did you look at the article? Only a month ago, we did a huge update to the article and added a brand new list with all active sites. Perhaps you scrolled past it and went directly to the old list instead? If you read through, you’ll see what you’re looking for.
    Carl Reid
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thank you, this was very useful information!
    Carl Reid
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thank you, this was very useful information!
    John Wingate
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list of blogs! This will help to design my layout for blog at work!
    John Wingate
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list of blogs! This will help to design my layout for blog at work!
    John Watson
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for this fantastic resource.
    Cecilia Tyson
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for posting! I think its interesting how many of the blogs that were popular since 2006 have fallen away, but I appreciate you updating the list so we can know which are still good and active.
    Cecilia Tyson
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for posting! I think its interesting how many of the blogs that were popular since 2006 have fallen away, but I appreciate you updating the list so we can know which are still good and active.
    Will Klopp
    Replied over 7 years ago
    The real estate blog space has become so saturated with people trying to get SEO rankings that the content has suffered. The people that actually have important opinions or have factual knowledge to share are overshadowed by buffoons (that is a technical term) just spewing non-sense. WK
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Agreed. Instead of posting for search engines, if they posted for humans, they’d see much more benefit.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Agreed. Instead of posting for search engines, if they posted for humans, they’d see much more benefit.
    phillip
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for updating the list and letting us know which ones have been closed. Amazing that only 10 of the 35 are still going.
    madhaus
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Hi Josh, Thanks very much for including us on your (updated?) list. Burbed has been published daily since February 2006. Our readership and commenting have fallen off since the market started crashing in late 2008, but we’re still there. We cover the SF Bay Area, in particular Silicon Valley, by calling attention to the excesses and oddities of our very overpriced market where seriously poor housing stock still sells, routinely, for over a million dollar. The site is a mix of snark, shock, and we-swear-we’re-not-making-this-up fact. In premium areas, the bubbly is back in the Bay Area. Since you are interested in how much real estate blogging has fallen off, I thought you’d be interested in a piece I wrote almost 2 years ago called , The Decline and Fall of the Real Estate Bubble Site, where I noted a large number of sites (and named names) had gone inactive, disappeared, or were updated too infrequently to consider useful anymore. I took a very similar approach to yours except I wasn’t the one who made the original list. Instead I started with another site’s fairly comprehensive list of real estate blogging sites, noted how many were no longer active, and of course that site itself is now dormant too. Maybe you’d find it useful in updating your list here. Thanks very much for compiling it, I’ll check out some of the sites I haven’t heard of and see about adding some to our blogroll.
    Joel Dykstra
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks Joshua for your work on keeping this post updated. Trying to fill in a few of those gaps now! Really appreciate your dedication.
    Joel Dykstra
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks Joshua for your work on keeping this post updated. Trying to fill in a few of those gaps now! Really appreciate your dedication.
    Sara MacLennan
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Would love to be considered next time you put together your list. My partner and I have been blogging at http://www.edmontonrealestateblog.com since 2005 – we’re in Canada though so I guess that’s why you missed us.
    Sara MacLennan
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Would love to be considered next time you put together your list. My partner and I have been blogging at http://www.edmontonrealestateblog.com since 2005 – we’re in Canada though so I guess that’s why you missed us.
    Giovanni Isaksen
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Honored to be included among all these great blogs. Congrats to you all. Very thankful for all the work Josh does day in and day out here on Bigger Pockets.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks Giovanni. Much appreciated…
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks Giovanni. Much appreciated…
    Peter Ptylicki
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list of real estate blog sites
    Mark Weber
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for the updated list. Maybe Truilia’s blog should be on there as well along with Zillow in “Corporate Blogs.”
    Mark Weber
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for the updated list. Maybe Truilia’s blog should be on there as well along with Zillow in “Corporate Blogs.”
    Hannah
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Thanks for providing that list of real estate blogs. I am looking forward to another list like this one
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Ursula
    Replied over 7 years ago
    Great list. I think Flipping Smart is my favorite.
    Miichael Evans
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Swamplot.com is a great real estate blog for the Houston, TX area. Great to read, relevant information, and engaging to the reader.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Nice suggestion, Michael. We’ve added it to the list.
    Brent C.
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Great list of sites, I will definitely use them Thanks Josh!
    Brent C.
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Great list of sites, I will definitely use them Thanks Josh!
    Ashley Regina
    Replied about 7 years ago
    This list is AMAZING! Wow, obviously some links are dead but the ones I found that are still posting content are awesome. Great work. Ash
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Thanks Ash.
    Ned Carey
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Wow, I would have never guessed such a high dropout rate. I spend more time here at Bigger Pockets so I hadn’t noticed 🙂 It makes me feel better about my blog, I’ve outlasted lots of those guys.
    Ned Carey
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Wow, I would have never guessed such a high dropout rate. I spend more time here at Bigger Pockets so I hadn’t noticed 🙂 It makes me feel better about my blog, I’ve outlasted lots of those guys.
    Ned Carey
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Wow, I would have never guessed such a high dropout rate. I spend more time here at Bigger Pockets so I hadn’t noticed 🙂 It makes me feel better about my blog, I’ve outlasted lots of those guys.
    Justin Robins
    Replied about 7 years ago
    If you have had over 100k visitors since writing this, wouldn’t that have produced a lot of visitors to the other blogs? Guess I am confused to why the bloggers would just stop blogging if they had such a popular and thriving fan base.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied about 7 years ago
    You and I both…. We send a lot of daily traffic to all sites on the list. I guess they just aren’t motivated if the drop off…
    Kaptain Mirza
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Any Houston Real Estate blog which covers whole of Houston..?
    Lisha
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Hey Josh, This is the best list of real estate blog that I have found, and UPDATED! Thank you for making this list and for keeping it updated! You rock 🙂 ~Lisha
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Lisha – No problem…. so many years later it is still relevant. Thanks for the comment and please do come back and engage with us when you can.
    Dan Krell
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Josh, I appreciate the list of active top blogs. I have to say that as a full time Realtor, I have been blogging since 2005-2006 (dankrell.com/blog) and continued with several other blogs related to local real estate. I can say that longevity of blogging is not tied to getting paid for the act of blogging, but rather as an adjunct to my real estate activities. Thanks.
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied about 7 years ago
    No problem, Dan. There aren’t many of us who have been around for that long. Congrats on your longevity.
    Dan Krell
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Josh, I appreciate the list of active top blogs. I have to say that as a full time Realtor, I have been blogging since 2005-2006 (dankrell.com/blog) and continued with several other blogs related to local real estate. I can say that longevity of blogging is not tied to getting paid for the act of blogging, but rather as an adjunct to my real estate activities. Thanks.
    Silas
    Replied about 7 years ago
    I’m surprised that the Real Estate Blogging scene isn’t more competitive now than it was back in 2006. I think it’s more important than ever to have a blog and the discussion that comes with it. Since we’ve started blogging, (which wasn’t so long ago) we’ve gotten more traffic to our website and we really like keeping those who visit informed on what’s happening in the local and national real estate market. Plus, it adds to the personal aspect and gives us a voice to really communicate with people.
    Silas
    Replied about 7 years ago
    I’m surprised that the Real Estate Blogging scene isn’t more competitive now than it was back in 2006. I think it’s more important than ever to have a blog and the discussion that comes with it. Since we’ve started blogging, (which wasn’t so long ago) we’ve gotten more traffic to our website and we really like keeping those who visit informed on what’s happening in the local and national real estate market. Plus, it adds to the personal aspect and gives us a voice to really communicate with people.
    JC Carlos
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Hi Joshua, I have curated some of my favorite real estate blogs using list.ly, a social lists/curation tool. I hope this can help: http://list.ly/list/3ix-top-real-estate-blogs Other than that list, you can also get some real estate blogs here: http://real-estate.alltop.com/ Thanks, JC
    Jonathan Loosle
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Great blog! Good job at sticking around for so long.
    Sharon Loduca
    Replied about 7 years ago
    excellent list. thank you!
    RealtyAdda
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Nice Information!!! thanx
    RealtyAdda
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Nice Information!!! thanx
    RealtyAdda
    Replied about 7 years ago
    Nice Information!!! thanx
    Ryan
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Great list, thank you for taking the time to build this!
    Anthony Alfidi
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Thanks for taking the time to keep the blog list updated. I’ve spent hours searching for decent online discussions of real estate investing. Too many scammers and amateurs crowd out serious people who manage income-producing property. I’d be every interested in blogs and sites that cover real estate subjects that are off the beaten path. I’d like to find blogs about these ideas: Easements Rights of way Unbuildable land Land trusts I could go on and on, but there’s more to real estate than tenant-landlord disputes and flipping. Feel free to shoot me an email with suggestions.
    Anthony Alfidi
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Thanks for taking the time to keep the blog list updated. I’ve spent hours searching for decent online discussions of real estate investing. Too many scammers and amateurs crowd out serious people who manage income-producing property. I’d be every interested in blogs and sites that cover real estate subjects that are off the beaten path. I’d like to find blogs about these ideas: Easements Rights of way Unbuildable land Land trusts I could go on and on, but there’s more to real estate than tenant-landlord disputes and flipping. Feel free to shoot me an email with suggestions.
    Will
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Excellent list, thank you for taking the time out to share “good sources” of information vs useless blogs. WK
    Joshua Dorkin
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Thanks Will.
    Todd Garrigus
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    I love this list and have been using it for some time know finding real estate sources and blogs to read and discuss topics. By the way, it currently holds the top spot on the Google search for “Real Estate Blogs” – Nice!
    Todd Garrigus
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    I love this list and have been using it for some time know finding real estate sources and blogs to read and discuss topics. By the way, it currently holds the top spot on the Google search for “Real Estate Blogs” – Nice!
    Todd Garrigus
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    I love this list and have been using it for some time know finding real estate sources and blogs to read and discuss topics. By the way, it currently holds the top spot on the Google search for “Real Estate Blogs” – Nice!
    ryan
    Replied over 6 years ago
    I am really searching for a real estate blog list for my own purpose.thanks for sharing the amazing list with us.please keep sharing helping tips and topics like this.
    ryan
    Replied over 6 years ago
    I am really searching for a real estate blog list for my own purpose.thanks for sharing the amazing list with us.please keep sharing helping tips and topics like this.
    Mike Davis
    Replied over 6 years ago
    Excellent list Josh! Thanks for taking time…There’s plenty of valuable real estate driven content within each of these.
    Rachel Fielding
    Replied over 6 years ago
    If there was an easier, faster way for folks to regularly add content including videos, to a blogging platform that was mobile, and ranked high on the search engines…. do you think it would make a difference for those in real estate to gain traction using a blog regularly? I am asking as a former Agent, who now specializes in Internet Marketing. I am curious, What would boost RE blogging activity? And what is the Real Estate Broker/Agent/Investor’s biggest need to assist them in utilizing technology for greater success? Thanks for your feedback. -Rachel Fielding