There’s always something to howl about

Giving thanks for a new Bloodhound: Rob Chipman joins us today.

My apologies to y’all for my extended absence. I got good and sick on my way back from Anaheim, then doubled-down on dextro last weekend. I managed to put two houses into escrow, but I didn’t get a lot else accomplished.

And so I owe an even bigger apology to Rob Chipman, who joins our roster of writers today. We were talking with Rob about making this change for the past few weeks, but by the time he was ready for me, I was off the radar. In consequence, he has two posts ready to roll, and I’m just now doing the admin work to make that possible.

If you’ve been following our comments, you’ve gotten to know Rob well. He is a Vancouver real estate agent and property manager, and his brokerage, Coronet Realty, has been around longer than some of us have been alive.

Please make him feel welcome — and then go ahead and just treat him like family.

Related posts:
  •’s Greg Swann and Canadian real estate investor Bill Chipman featured today on an NPR Radio story on Phoenix rental-home investing for buyers from Canada.
  •’s Barry Cunningham is going to show us all what it sounds like when a big dog howls
  • The two dirtiest words in English are “tax” and “attorney” — but new contributor Phil Hodgen is both…


    5 Comments so far

    1. Don Reedy November 26th, 2011 8:48 am

      Even in sickness you remain a pretty funny guy. Get well, and looking forward to meeting and getting to know Rob.

      Happy Thanksgiving…..(first one, I bet, to wish you that for 2012)…

    2. Teri Lussier November 27th, 2011 6:59 am

      Welcome Rob! Looking forward to reading more.

    3. Brian Brady November 27th, 2011 8:13 am

      Welcome Rob. Looking forward to your contribution

    4. Scott Cowan November 27th, 2011 8:48 pm

      Welcome Rob, glad to have you that you’re on board! Looking forward to reading your take on things.

    5. Rick Belben December 1st, 2011 6:54 pm

      Welcome aboard!!