Miami Real Estate in the open

Miami Beach Real Estate is changing everyday and those of us blogging are at the forefront and are viewed as “trendy”.


Robert Scoble and Shel Israel shared a breakthrough quote (in their book “Naked Conversations”) by The New York Times editorial (August 5, 2005) which really puts blogging into perspective:

“It’s natural enough to think of the growth of the blogosphere as a merely technical phenomenon.  But it’s also a profoundly human phenomenon, a way of expanding and, in some sense, reifying the ephemeral daily conversation that humans engage in.  Every day the blogosphere captures a little more of the strange immediacy of the life that is passing before us.  Think of it as the global thought bubble of a single voluble species”.

Talk about a strong statement! (go ahead and read it again…’s even more powerful the second time around).

So here’s my take. Blogging puts our thoughts out there, out there in the open for you to tear apart.  A Realtor colleague from Miami Shores told me a couple of days ago that she did not feel comfortable blogging because she felt like she was “stripping in front of everyone”.  That was another “breakthrough” comment.

We blog to let people know what’s going on, to explain the inside scoop, to educate and to encourage dialogue.

We want you, the real estate consumer, to know us, to know about the Miami real estate industry inside and out.  We also understand that the real estate consumer today is ahead of the game, with tons of tools at their disposure.

Our job is to strip the façade off the real estate industry and let you know what’s going on. We write articles about community events, restaurants, architecture, articles for real estate buyers and sellers, about Miami real estate stories, off the wall and funny things that have nothing to do with real estate, and not to forget miamisms.   We understand the need people have to know what’s going on, so we will keep on talking.

**Please let us know if there’s a particular subject you would like for us to discuss**

*originally published on November 9th, 2007 and the same applies today*

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