It was a busy week in real estate last week, what with with Inman’s Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco and big announcements from both Zillow and Trulia.

No doubt that there’s lots to catch up on, so without much further ado – here’s this week’s Carnival of Real Estate:

Carnival of Real Estate

Pick of the Week: sellsius does an admirable job in summing up Inman Real Estate Connect SF 2006 at sellsius real estate blog.

Zillowblog gives us the lowdown on Connect SF as well.

Trulia Blog writes about Quality Education on Sale.

RealtyThoughts lays out how forward looking companies are creating new ways to add value to the customer experience in Trulia: Real Estate’s Changing Ecosystem

In more Real Estate 2.0 news, Marlow Harris comments on Redfin’s recent testimony before Congress in Mr. Kelman goes to Washington

Jim Duncan lays out his requirements in What I want in a real estate website posted at Central VA real estate news.

Going abroad? Nubricks enlightens us with Furniture packages spain dont forget

Cliff Jacobson wonders What Hath Google Wrought For Real Estate Search? at Clifford Jacobson.

Dan Melson at Searchlight Crusade writes about Zero Cost Real Estate Loans

Nina Smith at Queercents reminds us about the Mortgage-Burning Party

Jim Cronin says “If You Write It, They Will Come!” at The Real Estate Tomato.

Greg Swann at BloodhoundBlog gives us Spellcheck 2.0

Mini Singh talks about the impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and gives us the Homeowners Insurance Lowdown posted at Homeowners Insurance Lowdown.

True Gotham tells us How to Sell Your New York Apartment.
Keith at SkillZDesign updates us on the current market conditions in Suffolk County, New York.

Anesia Springborn asks “What is a Goal Digger?” over at

Staging Your House: An Important Real Estate Sales Tip given to us by Free the Drones.

Spotlight Realty’s Real Estate Blog asks what will keep the real estate bubble from going pop?

Range Pricing or How to Let Your Real Estate Agent Off the Hook at Todd Waller.

Doug Mataconis at Below The Beltway presents The Deflating Real Estate Bubble

UPDATE: (The missing post) My apologies to Jonathan J. Miller, as I missed his Carnival submission Appraisal Inflation Is More Widespread Than You Think. Check it out and while you’re at it check out the rest of his blog Matrix too.

Thanks to everyone who submitted a post. See you next week at Property Grunt!

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