Some of my initiatives for 2010 are:

1. To restructure my business as Doug Devitre International, Inc.

2. To give Real Estate Blog International a more dynamic, user friendly look to benefit the authors who participate.

This blog template is still a work in progress but we continuously are making changes to improve the look, navigation, and train the participating authors to upload fresh relevant content to the blog.

Check out the new site at http://RealEstateBlogInternational.com

We also have made the blog user friendly for the iPhone, Android, and other PDA Smartphones.  Try it on your phone too.

Here are the selected experts who currently write for their country:

Argentina – David Segrest, CIPS, CCIM
Belize – Macarena Rose, CIPS
Canada – Richard Silver
Germany – Manfred Chemek, CIPS, CCIM
Greece – Kostas Klisiaris
Hungary Zola Szerencses, CIPS, TRC, e-PRO
Norway – Mark Palace, CIPS
Romania – Csaba Spottle, CIPS
Serbia – Nancy Wiggins, CIPS, CCIM

Each one was carefully selected based on their expertise and contributions to their country.  For more information about Real Estate Blog International visit the About Page.

Friday I arrive in Barcelona, Spain to embark on an international tour to find other dedicated authors to contribute their expertise on behalf of their country.  Here are the countries  we are visiting:

  • Barcelona Spain
  • Rome, Italy
  • Athens, Greece
  • Izmir, Turkey
  • Alexandria (Cairo), Egypt
  • Valleta, Malta

Detailed Itinerary

Ship information

Think I’m traveling alone?  Of course not.  I’m bringing my mother Tami.  Tami as a single Mom used to take my older brother David and I used to drive us all over the U.S. and Canada to take us to ice hockey camp when we were aspiring NHL players.  We traveled to Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg by car.  Can you imagine a single Mom traveling with two boys ages 7 & 10 in a car for 3 weeks straight?

This is some payback for my Mom.  Love you!

She has never been to Europe and this gives me more time to spend with her since I travel so much for work.

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