The new has opened up a new place for real estate addicts to talk about business tools, the market and the latest headlines. Here’s a rundown of some of this week’s most popular discussions:

Agents untangle Twitter

If you’re one who’s heard a lot of buzz about the application Twitter but are puzzled as to what it means for real estate, cruise on over to a recent discussion thread in the "Technology, Tools and Tidbits" group where members are talking about how they’ve used this application. Not everyone is convinced that Twitter makes sense as a business tool. Get the real estate insider’s point of view by joining the discussion at this link.

Get that elevator pitch ready

A recent discussion thread in the "Technology, Tools and Tidbits" group asks members to pitch their great ideas.

"Do you provide or know of a great tool or service to help those in the Real Estate industry flourish? We are hoping for some truly successful, original, cutting-edge, and creative ideas and services."

Fire away at this link.

Bubble? What bubble?

What do you think will be the next bubble to burst? Web 2.0? "Green" technology? Give us your take at the latest Inman reader poll.

Bloggers dish best directories

The latest buzz from the Real Estate Bloggers group is about what directories are best for registering a real estate blog. Find out what readers suggest to a blogger looking to get back on the front pages of Google. Join the discussion at this link.

Rental pros get a new group

Yelena Drabkin, VP of Marketing for Zilpy, an online rental service that offers to help investors and renters make better investment and rental decisions, sparked up a new group in the Inman Community for the rental market.

Join Drabkin for discussion about the latest rental market updates, statistics, trends and tools.


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