Finale of the 2007 Real Estate Goals Group Writing Project


The 2007 Real Estate Goals Group Writing Project has been over for a week now, and I wanted to announce the randomly selected prize winners. After thinking about things for a week, I have to conclude that the project was a success. It is the first time we’ve held such an event on the blog, and as we conduct others I’m sure we’ll see greater participation.

That said, I’d like to once again mention all of the participants, and next to the prize winners, I will post their prize. Thanks to everyone for their involvement!

As you all know, we’ve had some generous contributions, and I’d like to thank:

  • Jeff Byer of Print Fellas for donating 100 business cards, valued at $25.
  • James Klobasa for donating his ebook Residual Income Through Real Estate, valued at $27.
  • Michael Mulrooney for donating a signed copy of his book, The Real Truth about Real Estate Investing valued at $30.00 .
  • “Roni” M. Wilcox for donating a Free Rehab Project Planning CD valued at $49.95.
  • Mike Schendel for donating $60 worth of electronic product online, including 1) The Spill Zone (e-book), Author Ed Ross 2) Audio electronic “Navigating the Market Series” (40 minutes) and 3. An assortment of Bonus Gifts.
  • Michael Price for tossing in a free Video Podcast & Set Up Fee from MLPodcast.Com, valued at $79.90.

I hope everyone was able to learn a bit from the participants. I certainly was able to come up with some ideas that I hadn’t thought of. Make sure you visit our author’s posts, and while you’re at it, drop by the sponsors of the project. Thanks again to everyone involved in this undertaking!

Until next time . . .

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Joshua Dorkin

Joshua Dorkin (@jrdorkin, Google+) founded when he saw a need for free, trustworthy information about real estate investing online. Over the past 12 years, Josh has grown the site from self-funded hobby to full-time job and passion. Today, BiggerPockets brings together over 600,000 members, housing the world’s largest library of real estate content, iTunes’ #1 real estate podcast, and an array of analysis tools, all geared toward helping users succeed.


  1. What do I do to claim? I am a bit out of the loop – first full week of class and I have already had to read three 500+ page novels for history class. Sucks being a history major you know.

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