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5 Top Sites for Real Estate Investing

February 20th, 2013 · 6 Comments

The Sales Lion

The Sales Lion Website Here is a site I just discovered about website marketing.  This post was about networking and linking out to other sites.  How to network like an online Superstar.   In web marketing, links are key to getting ranked in the search engines.  Since he reminded me how important linking out is to networking, I am starting with his site.  In fact his post is motivation for what I hope becomes a regular feature of Baltimore Real Estate Investing Blog.  So if you like the links below, stop by his site and leave a comment thanking him.

 

Bigger Pockets

Bigger Pockets website Bigger Pockets is one of the largest real estate investor websites. They recently started doing podcasts and I just listened to  Starting Out with Karen Rittenhouse – Subject To, Direct Mail, and Investing from a Woman’s Perspective.  This is about 45 minutes long but well worth it.  Karen is artiulate, energetic and funny.  This is her sucess story about getting started with no experience and growing and continuing to have tremendous sucess.  This is inspirational, motivational and includes enough specific information to help you take action

 

Morgan Politan’s Blog

Morgan Politan blog This post I already mentioned in my post about Maryland Rent Control.  If you are interested in politics, policy and real estate investing you will enjoy  Morgan Politan’s  post on Rent control.

 

 

Steph Davis Video on Blockshopper

Flip This Wholesaler site I never heard of Blockshopper before seeing it on Steph Davis’ Flip This Wholesaler Blog. This video describes blockshopper and how she uses it to find cash buyers for her Wholesale deals.  I am a big believer in Steph.  She has great content on her site.  Her Ebook on Flipping bank owned properties is one of the few products I endorse on my site;  solid info for a bargain price.

 

Steve Cook’s New Forum

Lifeonaire forum I have save what is perhaps the best for last.  Steve Cook the creator of the extremely popular Flipping Homes forum   (Now run by my friend Pete Gauthier) has created his own new forum, Lifeonaire.   If you need real estate tips or advice there is no one better than Steve Cook.  I already see several names of very experienced investors on the board.  Yours truly will also be participating.  Check it out here http://lifeonaire.com/forum/

Leave a comment and let me know what you think of these links.

Happy Investing  – Ned

Tags: Blogging · Business and Finance · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Seth (2 comments.) // Feb 24, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    Hey Ned – nice post! I just joined the new LIFEonaire forum a month or so back – I think that will be a great resource in the months/years to come. Thanks for the recommendations – I’ll have to check these out.
    Seth´s last blog post ..Finding The Right Property Management Company

  • 2 Ned // Feb 25, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    Seth, Steve’s forum is not very big right now however his old forum was pretty popular when he was still actively involved. Thanks for stopping by.

  • 3 Jamaal Hunt // Mar 3, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    Indeed Bigger Pockets is a great resource. I cant stop telling fellow newbs about that place.

  • 4 Ned // Mar 3, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    Agreed, thanks for commenting

  • 5 Dean (1 comments.) // Apr 19, 2013 at 11:29 pm

    I just found the Bigger Pockets website which is an interesting resource. Nice Post.

  • 6 Naples Real Estate (1 comments.) // Apr 24, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Nice list you’ve put together! I completely agree with other about Bigger Pockets. It’s a great resource and one of my favorites. Another great real estate investing site worth checking is out inman.
    Naples Real Estate´s last blog post ..Moraya Bay Naples Allows Pets!

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