Posted by Jonathan J. Miller -Monday, August 16, 2010, 4:14 PM
For each week’s Eye on Real Estate Show on WOR NewsTalk Radio 710, we include a segment called “The BlogCast” where I discuss housing related (sometimes a stretch) posts from some of my favorite blogs and web sites. They cover topics that are current, funny or simply a “must read”.
Saturday’s BlogCast covered the following blog posts:
[Yo! Chicago] The king of the $1 reduction? I’m pretty sure I’ve found the king of the $1 reduction, or a strong contender for the title at the very least…
[Atlantic/Megan McArdle] Why Pay off the House Early? A number of commenters have asked me why I want to pay off my house early, when I could simply be piling up that cash and putting it in treasury bonds….
[Kenneth Harney/WaPo] Home shoppers beware of click-fix digital makeovers Try to picture this real estate scenario — virtually. Like most shoppers searching for a home, you start on the Web, checking out listings and locations. You find a house that appears to be what you’re after, and you tap into the photos section of the listing to see the interior shots…
[Freakonomics/NYT] Dirty Data?Are e-mail attachments bad for the environment?…
I’ve neglecting posting my Blogcast links for the past few weeks, but hey, I was calling in from vacation.
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