2015 Top #CRE Bloggers Awarded Top 10+ tBL recognition in blog community!
January 1, 2016 Chicago, IL - The annual Top #CRE tBL blogs were announced today. The blogs are awarded the "Top Blog" by reader interest that is evidenced by a combination of pageviews, comments and social media sharing that occurs on each blog. So in essence it is a readers choice award. The editors of the blog spend days going through the statistics at the end of each year and look at a month by month view of which blogs had the most reader interest. Those blogs are then included in the prestigious annual year-end recognition.
Congratulations to the following bloggers for their hard work and dedication to the commercial real estate industry and its online presence to the world. The tBL (theBrokerList) blog is read by people from all over the world and its exposure helps to elevate those bloggers as leaders in the commercial real estate industry amongst their peers and potential new clients!
1. Troy Golden
2. Burt Polson
3. Allen Buchanan
- 10 Things An Owner of Commercial Real Estate Should Do Now
- 5 Ways to Finance a Commercial Real Estate Purchase
- How to Sell Leased Commercial Real Estate to an Owner Occupant
4. Brent Sears
5. R. Kymn Harp (Guest Blog by David Resnick)
6. Ensemble Real Estate Solutions
7. Michael Kushner
- Trend Alert Why Healthcare Systems are Monetizing Real Estate Assets
- 6 Signs You Are Using the Wrong Commercial Real Estate Broker
8. Linda Day Harrison
9. Rod Santomassimo
- New to Business 3 Proven Keys to Commercial Real Estate Success
- 3 Biggest Mistakes Brokers Make Cold Calling
10. Shar Toler
11. Chris Palmer
12. Josh Markiewicz
13. Bo Barron, CCIM
14. Kathryn G. Juneau
15. Jerry Anderson (Guest Blogger SVN Florida)
16. Lynn Drake
17. Sonny Granger
18. J.P. Pesare
Prior Year Recognition:
About theBrokerList: Founded in 2011, theBrokerList is the commercial real estate community’s first free online platform for finding brokers, deals, services and vendors. Founder Linda Day Harrison, a career commercial broker in Chicago, saw the need for an online community where brokers could connect with each other and with vital services and tools to make them more productive. She also made it theBrokerList’s mission to bring awareness and attention to the commercial real estate field, which is too often lumped in with residential realty. With more than 3600 members, theBrokerList continues to grow rapidly, offering members pages where they can publicize their listings, property types needed and completed transactions. The website’s marketplace lists carefully screened vendors, and its blog is a forum where members and visitors can read some of the latest ideas in commercial real estate.