My favorite 11 blog posts of 2010

Happy New Year! I hope 2011 is turning out to be great so far. After having just returned from Southern California for a week visiting with family, I am geared up and ready for the year ahead. As I blaze forward in life and business, I wanted to take a glance at this past year of blogging and highlight my eleven favorite posts of 2010. It wasn’t easy to pick only eleven posts, but the ones below made the cut because of fond memories of great conversation, relevant information, or just the sheer fun of posting about the topic. 

1. What legos can teach us about real estate
2. Would the sound of a train drive you crazy?
3. A water tower behind a house in the Pocket area of Sacramento
4. A major hoarder property in West Sacramento
5. The Skinny on Streng Houses in Sacramento
6. A flashlight tour of a dark boarded-up house in South Sacramento
7. Four reasons why appraisals “come in low”
8. Is price per square foot an accurate way to measure the value of a house?
9. Should the Arden-Arcade area of Sacramento become a city?
10. Appraisers vs. Machines: What do you think of websites like Zillow?
11. Would you buy Dorothea Puente’s house?

Thank you for making this past year such a joy. I sincerely appreciate you stopping by the Sacramento Appraisal Blog last year, and I hope you’ll do the same this year ahead. If you have any questions, you can reach me via email, catch me on Facebook, or call 916.595.3735.

Comments

  1. says

    Wow, you have had a lot of really great blog posts. My favorites are:
    What legos can teach us about real estate.
    Which house is overbuilt for the neighborhood?
    Oak Park “Extreme Makeover” by Housing Group Fund.

    and for next year this one is definitely on the list,
    Pointing the finger at appraisers, reviews & low fees.

    • says

      Thanks so much, Bryan. You are always so encouraging. You ought to do a “favs” post on your site too. You have some really good stuff. It is fun to look back and see all that has been written and discussed too.

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