Boston Magazine Selects Us As A “Real Estate Blog Worth Reading”

by Rich Vetstein on April 9, 2012 · 1 comment

in Massachusetts Real Estate Law

Marc and I are very humbled and honored to have been selected by Boston Magazine as one of their Top 5 Real Estate Blogs Worth Reading (click for article). We got a little write up which was amusing (and kind of a back-handed compliment and knock on our site design).

Be warned: the look of this one will probably bum you out after scrolling through the nicer-looking blogs above. But I include this one because it is filled with rich, expert content from two well-known Boston-area real estate attorneys. Blogs with stock photos usually send me clicking away instantly, but as an agent, I find the content compelling and valuable. Here is a great one on legal issues surrounding bidding wars (which are back, baby!)

Well, no one ever said lawyers were known for their design taste (although I think our site is smartly designed!). Seriously, it was nice to have been recognized. This will be our 4th year writing the blog, so this award is especially cool. Thanks to all our loyal readers, commentators, contributors, sponsors, and to our families who have put up with many nights writing blog posts!

And while Boston Magazine has their own Top 5 blog list, here is our own Top 5 List of “Real Estate Blogs Worth Reading”:

Live In Sudbury, Mass. (A blog all about my hometown, Sudbury, Mass.)

MetroWest Homes and Living (all about Metrowest MA real estate by a long-standing local independent agency)

Living in Weston Wellesley (a talented up-and-comer Traci Shulkin. What out for her!)

SmarterBorrowing.com (One of the best mortgage bankers around, Brian Cavanaugh)

Massachusetts Mortgage Blog (Another fantastic senior mortgage guy, David Gaffin. Extremely knowledgeable)

ModernMass.com (very cool blog showcasing modern architectural styles throughout Greater Boston)

L’Chaim!

–Rich and Marc

  • http://www.sellyourhomeservices.com/ Dan Demers

    Hi Marc and Richard,
    Congrats on being selected. It’s been great reading your blog – loved the Yoga Berra reference in the last article. I’d be interested to hear your take on real estate law as it relates to the flat-fee MLS or entry only model (often as a service for for sale by owner marketing). As the model gains popularity, I imagine there will inevitably be more acknowledgement on the legal side of things. Best regards,
    Dan

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