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Real Estate Madness - March Madness for Real Estate
March Madness has caused the Market Leader staff to become bracket-crazy, and NCAA men’s basketball simply isn’t enough to satiate our need for bracket-based competition. We thus decided to create “Real Estate Madness” and pit 64 U.S. cities against each other to see which one is the best city to live in.
Making this little real estate tournament also helped ease the pain of having my alma mater, the University of Washington, fail to make it into March Madness. I'm sure some of you have favorite NCAA men's basketball teams that were in the same boat. *Sigh* ... there's always next year.
Results of Round One East
Click here to read the rationale behind our first round picks.
Real Estate Madness Tournament Structure Real Estate Madness is very similar to March Madness in that it places 64 competitors into a large bracket and then runs them through a single elimination tournament. Each city is given a ranking, or “seed,” between 1 and 16, and is matched up against a city with the opposite seed (i.e., 1 seeds are matched up against 16 seeds, 2 against 15, 3 against 14, and so on).
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