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Rev. Bubba

My reign continues at Trulia Voices. This woman in California has answered nearly 2500 real estate questions online over the past couple of years, in her spare time. As of this morning at 4:16 a.m. I've answered 203 real estate questions related to Atlanta since December 19, 2007 and I've been noted as having "useful answers" 110 times. None of this would be possible without Rev. Bubba, my IT guru. I would also like to thank Deryk Harper, a superb Alpharetta-based real estate agent with Keller Williams, who introduced me to Trulia Voices. Deryk is also a rock and roll expert, like me. This means, just like last time, when I announced on April Fools Day that I was the Top Fool - I ain't "fuh, fuh, fuh foolin!" Today - I ain't fuh, fuh, fuh foolin', once again - I'm going to see Stevie Winwood and TP and the HB's this week in Deryk's hometown at the new Verizon Wireless shed, so lets celebrate my #1 status with Stevie's first band - here's the 17 year … [Read more...]

Intown Atlanta – it’s Time To Sell, and Not Just List, Invest and Not Just Buy

KKT is all business.

My friends David Israel and Andy Hodes in Chattanooga are two remarkable business people - "win / win" or no deal. Great neighbors in Chattanooga, and certainly the most innovative agents working the Chattanooga market. So why does that matter to Intown Atlanta and Decatur Buyers and Sellers? Well, this post at the Scenic City Scoop should give you pause. Posted June 6, 2008. Usually the monthly Employment report is the main event of the week, but Fed Chief Bernanke stole the show. Following the theme of other Fed officials in recent weeks, Bernanke focused on inflation risks in multiple speeches, and his comments were unexpectedly direct. According to him, inflation expectations are a “significant concern. He explained that the decline in the value of the dollar and the increase in the cost of energy were adding to inflationary pressures. Inflation is negative for mortgage investors, and mortgage rates rose for the fourth straight week due to increased … [Read more...]

Living In America

Today is a day to look ahead and a day to look back. Thanks to all of you who have served your country in uniform. Looking ahead, I see great accomplishments in the midst of massive, paradigm shifting change. Looking back I see the same thing. Like this accomplishment by Soul Brother #1. … [Read more...]