Carnival of Real Estate - the Slide Show Edition

I've recently been illustrating ideas on slide show presentations using Here are three reasons why I like to use slideshows as blog posts:
  1. Gets the point across immediately. Reason - must use less than 20 words to illustrate a point in order to maintain slideshow continuity and flow. No one will read details.
  2. Visual reinforcement, similar to a video
  3. Slideshow downloadable and distributable
One odd problem with The links to the Carnival articles are intact in the embedded presentation below (and they needed to be placed near the center of the slide (?!), but on's site, they don't work.

I'm now experimenting with, essentially Slideshare with audio narrative. There are a variety of online media applications - video, Twitter, Seesmic, Slideshare, Flowgram - that can be leveraged to distribute powerful marketing messages that would be appreciated by your client base.

And on to the Carnival!

(Pardons, if the link in the slideshow does not work, please find the link below)

Links to above slide presentation:

Matt DiChiara presents Sunny with a Chance of Naked posted at MyNewPlace Blog.

Scott Roemermann presents 101 Real Estate Investing Resources: A Professional Investor's Rolodex posted at Investing Secrets of the Real Estate Masters.

Dan Green presents Why You Can't Get Your Rate Quote From Freddie Mac's Weekly Survey posted at The Mortgage Reports

Patrick Duffy presents The story of builder incentives posted at Housing Chronicles.

Cindy Jones presents How Did the Banks Get Agents to Shoulder the Load? posted at VA Real Estate Talk.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Bad Investment? Losing The Million Dollar House, Literally posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Some thoughts on a property investment our friends made."

Bob Stahl presents Phoenix Real Estate Blog: Market Numbers Reality Check posted at Blog

The carnival will make its next appearance on Monday, July 14 at Lansner on Real Estate.


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