MacRo LTD Blog

Lot Market Tightening - Prices Remain In Check

May 02, 2018 Leave a comment

By most measure, the economy is in better shape today than it's been at any time in the past decade.

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Tips for Improving Landlocked Property

April 04, 2018 Leave a comment

Creating access for landlocked property is critical to improving raw land and maximizing its potential.

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Smart Capital Improvements to Increase Commercial Real Estate Value

March 06, 2018 Leave a comment

A quick run down of property improvements that yield the best bang for the buck.

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Environmental Factors to Consider Before Purchasing Land

February 28, 2018 Leave a comment

From the soil on up to often times obscure land use ordinances, purchasing land is a complex endeavor not to be taken lightly. 

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Commercial Real Estate Lenders Receive Upbeat Economic Outlook

January 10, 2018 Leave a comment

11th Annual Maryland Bankers’ First Friday Economic Forum hosts speakers with more optimistic forecasts than attendees anticipated.

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Top 9 MacRo Report Blog Posts of 2017

January 03, 2018 Leave a comment

Commercial real estate market statistics, local politics, awards and business tips were the topics that interested our readers this past year.

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The Current Market For Land

December 20, 2017 Leave a comment

 As might be expected, positive economic news is filtering down to the local market for land. 

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The Dirt on Soil

November 15, 2017 Leave a comment

Understanding how soil composition and quality can impact land use.

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Another Big Deal and a Lot of Bread and Butter Make Q3 2017 Shine

November 01, 2017 Leave a comment

Thirty-one Frederick County CRE deals close in the third quarter ’17, but only one consumes 80% of the dollar volume!

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Frederick County Commercial Real Estate Sales on Pace to Top $400,000,000 by Year End

October 25, 2017 Leave a comment

Number of annual transactions trending to set new record high with 25% increase over 2016.

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