A selection of great International blogs.

IT in Real Estate

Brilliant ones I read on a daily basis.
Spot on if you're interested in the area of IT in real estate.

The future of real estate marketing
An excellent blog about "exploring Real Estate marketing and the impact of Internet, web2.0 and blogging on the Real Estate industry". Run by an Oregon based marketing communcation professional namned Joel Burslem.

The official corporate blog of Onboard Informatics. "This is the space where the people of Onboard carry on conversations on the art and science of information. Our goal is to increase the understanding of the information sciences — data, geography, GIS, mapping — within the real estate industry. We believe that significant advances in the real estate web require intelligent usage of data, information, and geographic resources. We also think we know a thing or two about those topics, and that these topics don’t receive the attention that they deserve."

Real Estate in General

Below are blogs that I found as good examples on how real estate professionals could use the blog as a marketing and communication tool.
A group of 12 dedicated real estate professionals in the Seattle area that has the mission to "be the best resource for real estate information in the Seattle area". 

Famous blog about the New York real estate market.
An article about it is to found here.


SaaS - Software as a Service

Blogs focusing on the trends of running applications on the demand.

Applications on demand
A great blog written by Phil Wainewright, strategist on emerging software industry trends, at ZDnet.

"A weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new web 2.0 products and companies. In addition to new companies, we will profile existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the web 2.0 space."


IT in general

Creating passionate Users
"They're all passionate about the brain and metacognition, most especially--how the brain works and how to exploit it for better learning and memory. Oh yeah, and how to recognize when someone else (including one of us) is applying brain-based techniques to get you to do something."