Featured as Trulia’s Blog of the Week!
Online presence has become a large factor in Real Estate; whether you’re a buyer searching for properties, learning about the buying process- or a seller looking for home values and selling tips- pretty much anything is available at your fingertips on the web.
Trulia is one of the more popular Real Estate websites out there, with 15.5million unique visitors monthly, is an excellent tool for all the above mentioned tasks, and includes great resources also for browsing statistics, etc, and of course one of my favorites- Real Estate Blogs.
I also submit my writings there on my Trulia Blog, and I just now noticed I’ve been randomly selected to be featured as their “Blog of the Week”! I am so excited to be spot lighted, as I am loving blogging but…haven’t received much feedback yet. I try to keep my interesting, and shorter when they’re about real estate law, regulations, etc because we could go on and on about those. If you’re a reader or random visitor to my blog, please feel free to comment as I’d love to read your thoughts and help improve in any way! If you’re interested in reading other real estate blogs and don’t know where to start… head over to Trulia.com/voices/blogs.”Whether you’re looking for the latest Trulia happenings, unique insights into housing data or tips for real estate pros, our blogs are a veritable potpourri of real estate goodness. Check them out, and stay in the loop with the latest and greatest from team Trulia!”
According to Trulia, they choose their Featured blogs of the week based on these factors:
– High Quality Content
– Excellent Presentation
– Original Content
“Whether you are looking for a place to buy or rent, want to know what it’s really like to live in a neighborhood or just want to peruse what could be yours—we’re here for you. We connect you with people who live nearby, slice and dice local data into useful bits, and work to find you the newest listings and best deals in your market. Why? We believe that the road to finding a place to live doesn’t have to be frustrating—in fact, when armed with the right tools, it can be downright pleasant.”
Thanks for reading, and as I mentioned, feel free to contact me w/any questions comments, or leave it below in the comments section :-).