LoCoMusings’ Top Posts for 2011

I thought it would be interesting to look at which LoCoMusings posts had the highest readership last year, to see what news and issues resonated the most with you, my loyal readers. Here’s what I found….

1. Cole Farm Barn Damaged, Work Stopped

By far, the most popular post of the year was the March “breaking news” story when the workers accidentally knocked down the barn at Cole Farm in Purcellville. With the first photos of the damage, LoCoMusings had a lot of new traffic, and some heated comments.

 


2. 10 Priciest LoCo Homes Sold in 2010

Many readers took the time to peruse the January post with the 10 most expensive (and interesting) luxury homes sold across Loudoun in 2010.  Look for our 2011 post in the next week!

 

Toll Brothers new construction community in Leesburg3. Shenstone Reserve Opens on Dry Mill Road

New construction homes is always a popular topic here. Toll Brothers opened a new community this year and we wrote when they broke ground. The model home is now open, and it’s gorgeous.

 

Apex Custom Homes at the Enclave4. Welcome to the Wow Factor

Oh look, another new construction post! 😉 This post gave us a quick peek behind the gates at the Creighton Farm community, and some of the luxury homes going in there.

 

5. New HARP Refi Rules Announced Monday

I’m surprised to see a mortgage-related post in the top five, but this one clearly struck a nerve. This post pointed you in the direction of The Morgage Reports, a nationally acclaimed mortgage blog authored by Dan Green.

 

Wonder which posts in 2012 will be the most read?  I’ve said it before, but thanks for reading and being part of the community here at LoCoMusings. Here’s to new adventures in 2012!

Cheers,
Heather

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