Top 10 Most-Commented Posts of 2012

This week is getting off to a slow start thanks to the holiday, so like last year I’ll be posting a few “filler” items like this one. First up, the top ten most-commented posts of 2012, excluding open threads.

  1. 128 comments, 01/03: December Stats Preview: Inventory Erasure Edition
  2. 131 comments, 02/24: Buy vs. Rent: A Real Life Pre-Peak Example
  3. 133 comments, 01/24: 18-Months Later, Reflections on "A House By The Park"
  4. 148 comments, 02/12: Poll: Do you care who wins the Republican nomination?
  5. 150 comments, 02/09: Reader Rant: Seattle Home Prices Still "Make No Sense"
  6. 167 comments, 01/30: A Look at WA SB 6337 "Protecting Short Sale Sellers"
  7. 168 comments, 03/14: Reader Question: Telltale Signs of Neighborhood Decline?
  8. 173 comments, 05/02: Reader Question: Did I Just Step Into a Shark Tank?
  9. 200 comments, 10/28: Poll: For President, I am voting…
  10. 228 comments, 04/16: Surprise! You Owe Thousands of Dollars!
  

About The Tim

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

One comment:

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    softwarengineer says:

    The Best of Seattle Bubble for 2012

    It had to be Tim’s feature real life real estate pictures…the trashed units were the funniest….

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