Forget about real estate investing

Hello again fellow investor!

I have 3 important updates for you today…

First, I want you to forget about real estate investing … for a brief moment … and check out this AMAZING performance by Adam Lambert on American Idol last night.

Adam Lambert Video

Isn’t he the best singer on Idol, EVER?

Second, I’d like for you to know that Flipper, the blog turned 2 on Monday! I can’t believe that’s it’s been 2 years already. To celebrate, I’ve included links to the most popular blog postings of all time. They are sorted from the most recent to the oldest. I hope you enjoy!

What would you do with a million dollars?

Goodbye Everyone

Hell Freezes Over … Rocky gets a job!

Civil War Erupts at

β€œIt’s Not Right!” cried Paris Hilton to

Doug’s Day Out

Mourning a Loss

Pics of Me as a Kid

And third, I’d like for you to help me in wishing my dog, Rocky, a happy birthday! Like the blog, he also turns 2 this week. And to celebrate, he’s spending all day today at “doggie day care” where he’ll be playing with … and most likely trying to dominate … all of the other little pups. You’ve already seen Rocky as a grown-up dog from one of the postings above, but here are some pics of him as a cute puppy. Enjoy!

Rocky as a pup (pics from 2007)

Well, that’s all for now. Enough play time. Back to investing for you! πŸ™‚

Until next time, happy (and profitable) investing!

Doug Smith
Real Estate Investor
Founder of

Posted on May 6, 2009

Author: Doug Smith

MyHouseDeals was founded in April of 2005 and has since provided information on thousands of bargain-priced properties with over $7 Billion in equity (and growing!) In addition to property lists, we help investors succeed by providing valuable tools, resources and education. Most of the properties on MyHouseDeals are single-family houses. Many of these properties are wholesale deals, which are for sale by other investors. Others are motivated seller leads, which are for sale by homeowners who are often in a bad situation. These properties are typically discounted by far greater amounts than bank foreclosures.

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