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Battle of the REI Blogs? (Please Help!)

There’s a nifty little contest going on RIGHT NOW called “Battle of the REI Blogs” …and I’m in the running!

My buddy Patrick invited me to duke it out among the top 11 real estate investing bloggers on the interwebs (what an honor!).  And the ultimate victor will be whoever’s blog is #1 in the eyes of our readers based solely on votes.

Patrick’s also dangling some killer prizes to bribe…eh…entice the winning blogger. And here’s where the contest gets really cool FOR YOU

The winning blogger (ahem…hopefully yours truly 🙂 ) gets to award 5 of their voters (could be YOU) a FREE Private Money Blueprint Home Study System (Valued at $697 a piece)!

In other words, if I win, I’ll have 5 full-blown private money courses (very well done, I can attest) to flat out give away to 5 lucky subscribers (maybe…you?)

Click Here to Go Vote for REI Tips Please!
Click here to go vote for REI Tips!

I’ll make no bones about it: I want to win! But to win … I need lot’s of votes 🙂  AND ESPECIALLY YOUR VOTE!

The main contest page is over on Patrick’s blog.  When you get there, you’ll see the profiles of each participating blogger.  Admittedly I’m up against some other pretty good REI bloggers, and a few of them have MUCH larger subscriber bases than I do.  So I need your vote please!

The “carrot” is that it could mean a FREE step by step detailed system that shows you exactly how to get your hands on the cash needed to thrive in today’s market. The Private Money Blueprint Home Study System is the real deal (I’ve checked it out for myself) … and it could be yours FREE simply by voting!

But the bottom line is this: I’m pretty darn passionate about giving honest-to-goodness value on this here blog.  So if I’ve succeeded in any way in your eyes, then your honest vote on behalf on REItips.com would be a true honor.

Please Go Vote for REI Tips!

Thanks in advance!

PS…Yes, please cast your vote for REItips.com in this here fancy blog battle thingy!  I want to win!

Oh, and my daughter has a message for you…

VOTE FOR MY DADDY!

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About 

JP Moses is a roughly-hewn man-child who first got into REI after reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad back in Y2K and went full time in 2002. He's tinkered in everything from landlording to short sales to rehabs to Realtoring to REOs to notes to owner financing, blah, blah, blah...Till he finally stuck his flag deep into wholesaling and has since flipped somewhere north of a couple hundred deals.

JP's not a “guru” but also doesn't think it's a bad word. Among his core values are authenticity, creativity, big honkin' value, general fun-ness and being unshaven. He's super proud to be chief blogger guy at REItips.com and host of the free REIology podcast. He also thoroughly enjoys sharing his 53 best real estate investing forms with anyone who wants them. You should totally check that out. :-)

  • Good luck, JP- may the best blogger win! 🙂
    .-= Steph´s last blog ..Battle of the REI Blogs. I Need Backup (and Your Votes!) =-.

  • Good luck, JP- may the best blogger win! 🙂
    .-= Steph´s last blog ..Battle of the REI Blogs. I Need Backup (and Your Votes!) =-.

  • You got my vote, dude! … bill

  • You got my vote, dude! … bill

  • Shane

    Shane – And my vote!

  • Shane

    Shane – And my vote!

  • Mark Barnes

    Add my vote!!

    Thanks for your votes, guys. But to make ’em count, you’re supposed to leave comments ON PATRICK’S BLOG POST. Maybe you did that already, but if not, please follow the links above to see the contest posting on Patrick’s blog, and leave a comment there to vote for me – YAY, ME! 🙂

    …jp

  • Mark Barnes

    Add my vote!!

    Thanks for your votes, guys. But to make ’em count, you’re supposed to leave comments ON PATRICK’S BLOG POST. Maybe you did that already, but if not, please follow the links above to see the contest posting on Patrick’s blog, and leave a comment there to vote for me – YAY, ME! 🙂

    …jp

  • JP,

    I cannot believe you used your daughter to get votes. Now, just because Julie used not only our dog, Bram but also her parents 13 year old lab Chewy to help us WIN the Battle, it’s still wrong to go to that level, yes?

    I look forward to next year’s competition!

    Oh, by the way, at some point I would love to get your thoughts on the glut of “short sales” phrasing being used in Real Estate Agent’s listings these days (in the U.S. anyways).

    Cheers!
    .-= Dave´s last blog ..Real Estate Investing without Tenants, Toilets, Repairs and Property Management! =-.

    Hey, Dave – thanks for stopping by, and attempting to make me feel bad for having posted that picture of my daughter crying because not enough people had voted for her daddy. I can’t help that she’s so adorably devoted to her Daddy that she comes to tears sometimes in defense of my awesomeness in the blogosphere. What can I say? 😉

    And yeah, that’d be an interesting topic to rap about. I think Realtors are willing to use whatever language they think will get their listing found. And with so many homeowners behind on payments, they figure they’ll take any interest they can get, even if it means considering a short sale offer…and whether or not the bank’s actually given them a reason to believe they’ll consider it. Just my initial thoughts.

    Thanks again for stopping by! And please forgive me in advance for demolishing your blog in next year’s battle. 😀

    …jp

  • JP,

    I cannot believe you used your daughter to get votes. Now, just because Julie used not only our dog, Bram but also her parents 13 year old lab Chewy to help us WIN the Battle, it’s still wrong to go to that level, yes?

    I look forward to next year’s competition!

    Oh, by the way, at some point I would love to get your thoughts on the glut of “short sales” phrasing being used in Real Estate Agent’s listings these days (in the U.S. anyways).

    Cheers!
    .-= Dave´s last blog ..Real Estate Investing without Tenants, Toilets, Repairs and Property Management! =-.

    Hey, Dave – thanks for stopping by, and attempting to make me feel bad for having posted that picture of my daughter crying because not enough people had voted for her daddy. I can’t help that she’s so adorably devoted to her Daddy that she comes to tears sometimes in defense of my awesomeness in the blogosphere. What can I say? 😉

    And yeah, that’d be an interesting topic to rap about. I think Realtors are willing to use whatever language they think will get their listing found. And with so many homeowners behind on payments, they figure they’ll take any interest they can get, even if it means considering a short sale offer…and whether or not the bank’s actually given them a reason to believe they’ll consider it. Just my initial thoughts.

    Thanks again for stopping by! And please forgive me in advance for demolishing your blog in next year’s battle. 😀

    …jp

  • Wow JP – you actually made me snort with your very humourous and even more unrealistic prediction of next year’s REI Blog Battle results. The best part for yours truly is it will be solely Julie’s blog if she does not win next year. But WHEN she wins, it will be OUR victory! Either way, I win.

    Hey, do you have a concise, informative blog post or article clearly explaining how “short sales” relate to “foreclosures”? I basically understand the process of being foreclosed upon and that the bank takes over the property. But at what point does the short sale come into play? And, why would a lender allow a short sale vs. ??? (what other strategies are there)?

    Your clever and informative response I await!

    Dave
    .-= Dave´s last blog ..Real Estate Investing without Tenants, Toilets, Repairs and Property Management! =-.

  • Wow JP – you actually made me snort with your very humourous and even more unrealistic prediction of next year’s REI Blog Battle results. The best part for yours truly is it will be solely Julie’s blog if she does not win next year. But WHEN she wins, it will be OUR victory! Either way, I win.

    Hey, do you have a concise, informative blog post or article clearly explaining how “short sales” relate to “foreclosures”? I basically understand the process of being foreclosed upon and that the bank takes over the property. But at what point does the short sale come into play? And, why would a lender allow a short sale vs. ??? (what other strategies are there)?

    Your clever and informative response I await!

    Dave
    .-= Dave´s last blog ..Real Estate Investing without Tenants, Toilets, Repairs and Property Management! =-.

  • You guys better include me for 2010. I know where you live JP.

    Yes! Bring it, Tom! 🙂

    …jp

  • You guys better include me for 2010. I know where you live JP.

    Yes! Bring it, Tom! 🙂

    …jp

  • Anonymous

    LOL, that is the saddest little girl I have ever seen!  Will definitely make people start voting….