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Announcing the 2007 REBA Winners!

After counting, recounting, and counting some more — we’re pleased to announce the winners of Housing Wire’s first annual Real Estate Blogging Awards! Each REBA winner will receive a $25 Visa gift card or a $25 iTunes gift card. We’re posting the top three in each category today. Sometime this weekend, we’ll release the full results for those curious to see how everything played out. Category: Best Overall Winner: The Housing Bubble Blog (download site badge here) 2nd place: Mortgage Fraud Blog 3rd place: Calculated Risk Category: Brain Power Winner: Calculated Risk (download site badge here) 2nd place: Piggington’s Econo-Almanac 3rd place: Nouriel Roubini’s Blog Category: Best-Kept Secret Winner: Bubbleinfo.com (download site badge here) 2nd place: OC Fliptrack 3rd place: New Jersey Real Estate Report (*write-in candidate) Category: Best Corporate Winner: Inman News Blog / Inman News (download site badge here) 2nd place: Hot Property / BusinessWeek.com 3rd place: Mortgage Matters / Bankrate.com Category: Best Regional Winner: Vancouver Housing Market Blog (download site badge here) 2nd place: Sacramento Land(ing) 3rd place: New Jersey Real Estate Report (*write-in candidate) Category: Most Extreme Winner: Housing Panic (download site badge here) 2nd place: Another FB 3rd place: The Housing Bubble Blog Category: How-To Winner: The Real Estate Tomato (download site badge here) 2nd place: Realty Blogging 3rd place: Future of Real Estate Marketing Thanks to everyone who voted; watch for full results this weekend, and for news about how the REBAs will be run next year!

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