Kevin Tomlinson – Project Blogger

June 8, 2007 by Lucas Lechuga

Project Blogger

I just became aware that local boy, Kevin Tomlinson, is part of the Inman Bloggers Connect competition. I am rooting for him, and I hope that you all root for him as well. For those of you unfamiliar, Bloggers Connect is a pretty big deal amongst real estate bloggers. I’ve met Kevin Tomlinson and his blog is as real as it comes. I don’t think I’ve come across a blog that personifies the image of the blogger as well as Kevin Tomlinson’s.

Many might be wondering why I’m endorsing a fellow blogger and Realtor. To me, I’m just endorsing a fellow innovator. The industry is heading in this direction and I’m happy that KT and I are pioneers. His thoughts, as well as my own, are not innovative thoughts, they are more just “street-level” thoughts of a real estate agent that offer transparency to this flustered real estate market. He provides fantastic insight into the South Beach real estate market while I provide unequivocal information relating to the Miami condo market.

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Anonymous
9 years 3 months ago

Hey Lucas-
Thanks for your support! Your blog is great too, keep it up!

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[…] blogger, Kevin Tomlinson, knows how to rile up the crowds. Most of you met Kevin through the Project Blogger competition, hosted by Activerain.com. Kevin never disappoints. He made the dramatic statement that he […]

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CFun
8 years 5 months ago

I am due to close at Wind very soon.
I purchased a 2/2 on the 41st floor for just over $500K and am terrified of everything I read about downtown Miami condos.
It also seems that the bldg is empty when I drive by….I don’t want to be the only one that closes & wonder what that would mean as far as condo fees and the like.

Can you please give me some insight.

Many thanks!

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