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A potentially canonical list of real estate weblogs...

We would like to build something like a canonical list of every weblog in the RE.net. That is, weblogs created by Realtors or other real estate agents, including commercial brokers; lenders, appraisers, investors or other real estate professionals; mainstream media real estate weblogs; and vendors marketing to real estate professionals.

Ideally, such a thing would be sorted, categorized and vetted. For now, we'll settle for vetted. We believe with reasonable certainty that the weblogs shown below are live, are correctly linked and are not splogs or overtly self-promotional weblogs. If you know better, please say so.

I have information you may have overlooked...

Fill out the form to add, change or remove a real estate weblog listing.

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Your name:

Your email address:

The name of the real estate weblog:

The URL of the real estate weblog:

(Don't type it, go to the site then copy and paste the address.)

What action should be taken?:

Please input the product of the two numbers shown below:

Fire away...

Please this form or it if you wish to start over.
 

If you want to add two or ten or a hundred real estate weblogs we've overlooked, please do.

If you would like to mirror this list, click here and copy and paste the resulting HTML code into your page. Better still, if you have PHP available to you in the page you want to display this list (that is, e.g., not in a WordPress weblog page unless you are running with a PHP plug-in), you can mirror the list live, reflecting all changes as they are made, by "including" this link:

http://bloodhoundrealty.com/BloodhoundBlog/REBlogList.php
in your page. Obviously, either way, coding for look and feel in your weblog/web site will be your job.