More Geek Posts…Now at the New Official C.A.R. Blog Site

Love my blog posts? Love the information I share? Looking for more?

Look no further than the official blog site of the California Association of REALTORS®!

No, it won’t be duplications of the blog posts here. It’ll be fresh, new content.
It will be content that’s “EXCLUSIVE” to the C.A.R. Blog!

It won’t be as often as here, but when one is posted it’ll be worth it.

The cool thing is, there’s lots of other great content that’s getting posted to the C.A.R. blog from my various colleagues.

You’ve got the master of words, Josh Sharfman who is bringing all kinds of great tech stuff.

Then you’ve got the queen of numbers, Sara Sutachan keeping you up to date with the latest market data.

Of course there’s going to also be posts from our C.A.R. social media organizer/maven/princess, the always charming Lindsey Moss.

In addition to these three fine folks, there’s also great posts from our communications, legal and legislative departments.

So what are you waiting for?

Go and check it out, and check out my first post on speeding up your iPad and iPhone!

Good News On The Economy…Pass It On!

As I quickly scarfed down some oatmeal, needing to get back to work on my Facebook class I saw the following story jumping off the front page of the L.A. Times


It felt so good to see a headline like this and to read items like..

“Wells Fargo & Co. surprised analysts by saying it expected to report a record first-quarter profit despite setting aside $4.6 billion for potential loan losses.”

“a report from the Commerce Department said the U.S. trade deficit declined unexpectedly in February as exports rose.”

“But while unemployment may continue rising, President Obama’s top economic advisor, Lawrence H. Summers, said there was no longer “that sense of a free fall” in the economy.”

To read the rest of the article, click on the quotes above.

Are we out of the woods with the mess we’re in?

Not yet. We need to keep working to make a headline like this appear more often.

I do think that when we start seeing the light through the trees we need to embrace it and pass it on.

So pass on the good news and let’s keep working to bring our country back!