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By (Daniel Martin) | July 25, 2008

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Roost Rocks the House at Inman – Wins Innovator Award

By roostblog | July 25, 2008

So I was going to write another recap of the last two days to close out the Inman Real Estate Connect SF show but something happened as I started to put fingertips to keyboard….we won the 2008 Inman Innovator Award in the Best New Technology category.
Now this may be hard to believe, but with [...]

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Colorado is hot!

By DenverDwellings | July 25, 2008

DenverDwellings posted a photo:

Kristal Kraft
The Berkshire Group Realtors

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Inman Innovative Award winner - Agent Genius

By miamism | July 25, 2008

Inman Innovatir Award winner - Agent Genius, originally uploaded by miamism.

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Commonwealth: The Last Word (July/Aug.)

By Andrew Kantor | July 25, 2008

Neighborhood watch: How for want of a speed bump, I’m losing my mind
“You may be wondering, Mr. Brunner, why we’ve assembled this informal gathering of our homeowner association members here in your front yard this morning.”
“Uh, yes. I was just bringing the dog out to let him, um…. Could you let me throw some [...]SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: “Commonwealth: The Last Word (July/Aug.)”, url: “” });

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Nick at the Palace

By Rail Life | July 25, 2008

Rail Life posted a photo:

don’t look so serious.. Really, it was a fun trip!

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Brentwood, TN

By ResPres | July 25, 2008

It’s going to rain like crazy in Nashville today, and I don’t care. :)

by: ResPres
when: 46 min. ago

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Valley Metro CEO to speak about light rail…

By Nick Bastian | July 25, 2008

I hope you can join us for the next Mayor's "business coffee" to hear Metro's CEO Rick Simonetta, speak about light rail. I have had several opportunities to hear Rick speak and find him to be friendly, informative and obviously very knowledgeable about the vision of rail in our city. I believe there will be a big focus, once again, on light rail safety and awareness of the light rail cars as testing has really been ramping up. 

Following is part of an email we got from Friends of Transit mentioning details about the event.

Light Rail is going to change the way we work, live and explore downtown Phoenix. Rick Simonetta, CEO of Valley Metro Rail, will join Mayor Gordon to provide a passenger's perspective of riding the new light rail system, and share practical information about riding the rail

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008
8:00 am to
9:00 am
Royal Coffee Bar & Sweet Pea Bakery
209 West Jackson Street

Coffee will be provided!

Parking is available curbside. Be sure to bring change for the meters!

Please RSVP to

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NYT op-ed: To Fight Poverty, Tear Down HUD

By Scott Brunner, CEO of VAR | July 25, 2008

From this morning’s New York Times:
WITH the nation embroiled in a housing crisis, one would expect the Department of Housing and Urban Development to be playing a central role. But HUD is a marginal player. Although its Federal Housing Administration division has agreed to underwrite new mortgages, it is merely following the leadership of the [...]SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: “NYT op-ed: To Fight Poverty, Tear Down HUD”, url: “” });

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By cooppics | July 25, 2008

RudyFromTrulia, originally uploaded by Rail Life.

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