Monday, November 06, 2006

Carnival of Real Estate 17

There were lots of great posts this week, and it's been hard picking which ones to include. I was very impressed with the breadth of topics, and feel that we, the Carnival of Real Estate community, should continue to encourage posts regarding all aspects of real estate: realtors, mortgage brokers, landlords, stagers (yes, there was a good post on staging this week), etc.

I am going to list my top 5 and then include the remaining posts in no particular order. Here it goes:

  1. The Pumpkin That Sold Me a House describes how a realtor can differentiate him or herself. Whatever industry you're in, it is always important to focus on the customer's experience, which is something that is too often forgotten. This post is short, but illustrates how one realtor, without exerting much effort, is reaching their customers in a very effective way.

  2. Ugh. True Gotham has a really great read about a frustrating mess, at Co-op Board Antics-Redux.

  3. In Defense of Landlords over at explains why rental prices are rising.

  4. Mike's Corner Web 2.0 for Real Estate Pros has some good commentary about adapting to change in Change is a good thing.

  5. Transparent RE makes many much needed points in An Open Letter to the Title Insurance Industry.

Additional Posts:

Thank you everybody for submitting the wonderful posts. Also, thanks to everybody who stopped by for the Carnival of Real Estate. Next week, the Carnival will be hosted at True Gotham. Please submit your posts by Sunday, November 12th.

No comments: