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Derek Burress hits a grand slam with the Carnival of Real Estate Investing

Would you like to see a grand slam blog carnival presentation? Take yourself to Real Estate Perspectives for The Carnival of Real Estate Investing. Our own Michael Cook came in first place with The Right Time to Buy: An Investor Perspective, but I would rave about this carnival even if we hadn’t won. Host Derek Burress took the job seriously. He put in a lot of thought and effort to produce a carnival that is fun, funny and informative. Bravo!

My wife and business partner Cathleen Collins judges the Carnival of BloodhoundBlog, our own weekly in-house celebration of quality weblogging. Her pick this week is the Russell Shaw podcasts (Parts I, II and III). Cathleen and I both worked on those (for instance, she dug out all the links), but the real credit goes to Russell, who simply exudes wealth-building power.

As a reminder, BloodhoundBlog will be hosting next week’s Carnival of Real Estate and the February 19th Carnival or Real Estate Investing.

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    3 Comments so far

    1. Brian Brady January 29th, 2007 5:14 pm

      Derek did an amazing job. His baseball knowledge is only exceeded by his practical use of technology. How he isn’t on Tony La Russa’s coaching staff is a travesty.

      Michael Cook has made the life of a hound puppy more brutal. The quantity is only exceeded by the quality. Life in the kennel is much more competitive with his addition. That’s good.

    2. Bob Montelius January 29th, 2007 8:58 pm

      This is an awesome site. I was pointed here by a friend. The Carnival of Real Estate Investing is a very clever approach to the whole thing. I plan visit often.

    3. Jay Thompson January 30th, 2007 2:05 am

      Indeed that was very well done by Derek. And a cap tip to Mr Cook too! Congrats!

      I must admit I was disappointed in this weeks Carnival of Real Estate. Not the posts (well, not most of them). But really, what’s the point in just listings all the entries?

      I’m sure this weeks will be different!