The Bubble Blog Interviewed Me

Reciprocity; ain’t it grand? For those who may question my not-hating-the-bubble-bloggers’ mentality, it’s because they actually value good Realtors, and offer constructive (and blunt/brash) criticism – something that is often missing.

We’re the Bubble Blog, yes, but we’re not anti-Realtor. We’re anti-Bubble. There’s a vital need for expert realtors (we’ve said this before here, and on other blogs), especially in this rapidly-changing, complicated market and economy. A good realtor, in our humble opinion, is someone who takes into consideration not just the profit aspects of helping people to buy or sell what is typically the largest purchase of their lives, but also someone who knows that owning a house conveys with it other elements: a sense of community, a sense of responsibility, a sense of security, and that in the current market, and for several years to come, these intangibles may be more important than large profits.

I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Part 1 and Part 2 of the interview I did with them.

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1 Comment

  1. michael guthrie August 19, 2008 at 15:12

    I agree as well with the Bubble Blog’s comment on the long term benefits of buying property. Investing in real estate can be different than buying a home. Investing is buying something that you hope will bring you a profit whether in the short or long term much like the stock market, mutual funds, etc. Buying a home is more about finding a place that you live in, create memories, raise a family, etc and not as much about the price you paid or what you will be able to sell it for in the future.


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