The New Year is barely a few days old, but the results are already in for the most read posts of 2013.
After fifty two weeks and over 52,000 words posted on the MacRo Report Blog, the tally is in for the top nine posts of last year.
Our writings covered a tremendous amount of territory on Frederick County, Maryland’s most read commercial real estate blog.
As usual we not only filled theBlogoshpere with a countless number of local market transaction statistics, but there were profiles of political figures and eulogizes to titans who have passed on.
We provided advice to wannabee commercial real estate agents and told tales from the Darkside of the land brokerage business.
Of course along the way there was a story or two about Rocky’s travels and losing another smart device … but what else is new!
The MacRo Report featured interviews and commentary from regional experts on the state of the economy, and rounded things out with our semi-annual newsletters.
While our series on the 2013 City of Frederick Mayoral race was very well received, we left those out of our most read statistics, as the November 2013 election is history now, which introduced us to three new faces and reaffirmed three incumbents.
Please reminisce a bit with us, or read for the first time our 9 most popular posts from 2013:
1. Is Downtown Frederick’s Hotel Conference Center a Pipe Dream?
2. Remembering M. Robert Ritchie, Jr.: The Last of the Titans
3. County Executive: Other Applicants Need Not Apply?
4. Frederick’s Top Five Commercial Real Estate Deals of Third Quarter 2013
5. Flipping Out Over Commercial Real Estate
6. Tales from the Darkside of Commercial Real Estate (Full Version in PDF)
7. Real Estate Roundtable: The Future of Frederick’s Commercial Market
8. A Tale of a Pioneer PUD: Part 1 of the legacy of Bill Brosius and Lake Linganore
9. How to Break into Commercial Real Estate Brokerage
To all our readers and subscribers, we at MacRo, Ltd. truly appreciate your patronage, your hundreds of comments (here on the blog and via other social media) and wish you and yours a very happy and prosperous 2014!