Best Real Estate related websites

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by aceofclubs26, Apr 28, 2006.

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  1. rodinz

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    i was hooked on curbed for a lil bit i still visit frequently.

    i also like matrix, urbandigs, the real deal, hot property business week online and true gotham.

    what are good sites with listings besides property shark, trulia and street easy?
  2. Samuking

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    I usually like to read www.curbed.com Fun reading... I'll check out the current sites that have listed above. Who knows, I might be able to afford something in 3-5 years.... But before then... It's more mongering if I can afford it.

    :)
  3. eros

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    therealdeal.net & plannyc.com
  4. Lou Grant

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    realtytrak.com

    It is the best site out there to track real estate trends/developments. Big on foreclosures and bank sales.
  5. smiley69

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    http://www.streeteasy.com/

    Similar, I find this site quite useful.

    Rental scene in Manhattan is such a shocker, frankly.

  6. Monk

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    trulia.com

    This is probably one of the best designed and uses a lot of Web 2.0 features well, including it's mapping feature and community.
  7. lightweight

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    realtor.com, nickalbanese.com, inman.com, mlsli.com
  8. georgejetson

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    Best real estate related website

    The best website is curbed.com, which also has the best links to any and all real estate sites in the nyc area.
  9. aceofclubs26

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    I mentioned propertyshark.com in the bubble thread. I was wondering if there are any great sites that anyone frequents to keep up with their real estate news, data, etc. I also like the acris feature in the new york city website and inman.com.

    For the investors out there, I sometimes visit thecreativeinvestor.com. I don't give this one a total recommendation because there are a lot of followers at that site that think Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Allen and all those other infomercial crazies are experts in real estate.
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