Although we didn’t win the best real estate blog in the land contest (even though we do run the best Sexiest Realtor Contest in the country), we are apparently popping up on more radar screens than before, and dammit if that just doesn’t feel fantastic. The newest honor: one of the Top 50 Real Estate … Continue reading It Feels Good To Be A Bad Ass Blog
There are a million different ways to browse theFrontSteps (like joining this thread that has gone from a gripe about Daly to griping about Realtors that rent) , and we hope you do. Of course, we also completely understand if you ditch it all, tell your boss to f-off, walk out the door and enjoy … Continue reading Taking The Day Off
We understand times are tough, and you’re either out there hustling for new clients or searching and searching for that job that doesn’t exist, but have you ever thought about blogging? We bet you have. Starting your own blog is as simple as 1,2,3…it’s getting people to read it that’s the tricky part. Here at … Continue reading Unemployed? No Clients? Time On Your Hands? Blog!
From “Hearst seeks changes at Chronicle”: The Hearst Corp. today announced an effort to reverse the deepening operating losses of its San Francisco Chronicle by seeking near-term cost savings that would include “significant” cuts to both union and non-union staff. While it may come as no surprise the world of print media is a dying … Continue reading Dear Chronicle, Keep Your Old Union Bags, We Want The Young Guns
If you don’t already get The Registry, we thought we’d point out their most recent issue in which your editor was interviewed (pg. 10). Enjoy. –2009 Predictions, The experts weigh in on the state of the market [“The Registry”]
…in no order of importance: 1. Link more to other great sites, and even other Realtor sites (so send us those tips) 2. Throw that raging alcohol-rich party we’ve been talking about for a while now (sponsors welcomed) 3. Try not to upset fellow Realtors 4. Regularly post to, and finish the Tour de San … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions Of A San Francisco Real Estate Blog