MacRo LTD Blog

The Dirt on Soil

March 29, 2017 Leave a comment

Understanding how soil composition and quality can impact land use.

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Commercial Real Estate Exit Strategies for Property Owners

March 22, 2017 Leave a comment

Having an exit strategy early on is critical to mitigating your investment risk.

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Top 5 Commercial Real Estate Investment Mistakes to Avoid

March 15, 2017 Leave a comment

MacRo shares its top 5 commercial real estate mistakes to avoid at all cost.

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Rocky's Summer Reading List

March 08, 2017 Leave a comment

With winter in the rear-view mirror, I thought I’d take a break this week from MacRo musings on the world of commercial real estate and veer off into the universe of good reads.

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2016 Commercial Leasing Displays Healthy Increases Across the Board

March 01, 2017 Leave a comment

Total square footage of improved commercial office space leased in Frederick County jumps 56% over 2015 statistics.

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When It Comes to Leasing Commercial Office Space: Know Your Size

February 22, 2017 Leave a comment

Many factors determine the amount of square footage a tenant will actually need.

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36% Increase in Agricultural Land Sales over 100 Acres: 2016 vs 2015

February 16, 2017 Leave a comment

883 acre Glade Valley Farms historic thoroughbred property tops charts at $9 million.

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2016 Commercial Real Estate Deals by Sector for Frederick County

February 08, 2017 Leave a comment

You got the sobering big picture last time, now it’s time for a look at the eight CRE sectors and how they fared.

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A Sobering Big Picture: Frederick County 2016 Commercial Real Estate Sales Results

February 01, 2017 Leave a comment

Number of transactions trending sharply downward, dollar volume holds to prior year levels with a few bright spots along the way.

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The Monocacy Scenic River Plan: An Essay on How to Go Forward

January 25, 2017 Leave a comment

Billed as a “Protection Plan” that provides recommendations for good land management strategies, property owners along the river feel disenfranchised and fearful of losing their property rights.

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