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The Carnival of Real Estate . . .

…is at TransparentRE. I can’t tell who won, so I’m left with the assumption that Kris Berg did not win, either with Sensible Flats and Social Responsibility or Houses Grow on Trees – Redfin Continues Quest for World Domination. O, cruel fortune!

Sadly, Jeff Brown, with An Example — How To Answer A Client’s Question, was also an also-ran at The Carnival of Real Estate Investing. Without intending to criticize, this Carnival comes off to me like a sort of hobby forum, something involving elaborate power tools and several exotic varieties of adhesives. Jeff writes about investing, so he’s always wide of the mark. The available categories in the entry form don’t even address what he does. Go figure…

But: In the somewhat-less-subjective world of “objective” journalism, Kris Berg emerges as a star Realtor in San Diego. More on this coup at The San Diego Home Blog.

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    1. Kris Berg April 30th, 2007 11:19 am

      I am a “star” only until my broker finds out that I have taken over the entire Scripps Ranch office. The punch line: That is my Broker of Record’s pretty picture featured in the article. Is Bloodhound Realty hiring?

    2. Jeff Brown April 30th, 2007 11:51 am

      >Jeff writes about investing, so he’s always wide of the mark. The available categories in the entry form don’t even address what he does. Go figure…

      This, as you’re aware, is why I think the investment carvivals are not a joke – they are an embarrassment to the concept of investment real estate.

      There’s no mystery as to why folks think most real estate investment brokers can’t find their butts with two helpers, a map, and a GPS. Once they’ve read the weekly investment carnival entries, the mystery is removed.

    3. Matthew Hardy May 1st, 2007 12:31 pm

      Volumes of info; rules upon rules… keeping the myth alive that this fantastically, supremely, incredibly complex business of real estate can only be handled by highly accredited seminar-goers. The recuiters wink and say it’s simple, the up-and-coming say it’s hard, the vets execute simply.