For each week’s Eye on Real Estate Show on WOR NewsTalk Radio 710, we include a segment called “The BlogCast” where I discuss several housing related (sometimes a stretch) posts from some of my favorite blogs. They cover topics that are current, funny or simply a “must read”.

Last Saturday’s BlogCast covered the following blog posts:

[Gothamist] Where’s The City’s Worst Cell Service? The best cell phone service can be found in the Lincoln Tunnel, which sees the fewest dropped calls. The worst spots include the Cross Bronx Expressway, along the river on the West Side Highway, Long Island City and Sunnyside in Queens, as well as part of the Upper East Side between 87th and 94th streets…

[Brick Underground] Hold that hotdog! 4 ways to rat-proof your patio before the other guests arrive A friend of ours lucky enough to live in a Chelsea apartment with a rear patio noticed she had company this spring: A gypsy contingent of rats was using her rear wall as a superhighway to the restaurant next door, occasionally detouring to her place for a refueling stop… This topic was timely given the weekend’s NYT/Real estate article on outdoor space.

[Credit Slips] How to Find the Owner of Your Mortgage Concerns continue about parties filing foreclosures when they do not own the note. Florida recently enacted a rules requiring plaintiffs in foreclosure to verify ownership of the note…

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One Response to “[Eye on Real Estate] WOR NewsTalk Radio 710 May 29, 2010”

  1. Jon Engleman says:

    I had a First Magnus Mortgage and did some Investigation and found it was packages in a CDO held in Iceland. Amazing!