Ed Waters, a long time writer for the , has written a front page piece in today’s paper that has captured a very clear picture of the difficulty placed on the building community in Frederick County.
A study commissioned by the Maryland State Builders Association was released this week which revealed that appraised values for Maryland housing has been negatively impacted by the number of foreclosures in the state.
Don’t hold your breath! But yes, there is a lot happening in the land, commercial and Industrial real estate markets.
We spent a bit of time this week gathering and updating info on the local industrial real estate market and thought we’d share our finding with our readers.
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Historically commercial real estate cycles have often followed that of residential by several months and sometimes a few of years.
When many in the residential real estate industry lobbied last fall for an extension of the $8,000 first-time homebuyers federal tax credit until April 30, there was a good reason beyond just wanting to see the buying incentive continue.
We welcome Jeremy Holder as a guest writer to the MacRo Report Blog.
Last week a client posed upon me an interesting question.
Writer Lauren Redding was awarded an above the fold last Wednesday morning about the travails of some people who parked a property that is managed by MacRo, Ltd. for an entity that it holds an interest in.