Next up in the “Top 10 of 2012” series: the most-viewed individual posts. Note of course that this only counts how many times people clicked through to each post’s individual link, excluding all the views they may have received on the front page.
- 3,016 pageviews, 02/19: Agree or disagree: 2013 will be a better time to buy a home than 2012.
- 3,300 pageviews, 03/22: Real Actual Listing Photos: Shipwrecked Edition
- 3,489 pageviews, 02/10: 2012: The Year of Crappy Housing Selection
- 3,524 pageviews, 03/30: You win the Mega Millions. What house do you buy?
- 4,639 pageviews, 03/09: Real Actual Listing Photos: What. The. Heck.
- 4,726 pageviews, 03/12: Has "Investor Psychology" Turned Against Home Buying?
- 5,018 pageviews, 04/16: Surprise! You Owe Thousands of Dollars!
- 5,667 pageviews, 03/16: KUOW on Low Inventory and Over-the-Top Anecdotes
- 5,898 pageviews, 02/17: Reader Question: Sell Now, or Rent It & Wait?
- 8,350 pageviews, 02/24: Buy vs. Rent: A Real Life Pre-Peak Example
Oddly, blowing all of the above posts out of the water was a post from 2010: Median Prices Still Crashing in Some Neighborhoods, which received 20,002 pageviews during 2012. I dug around in Google Analytics a bit but was unable to come up with any logical reason for why that post would have been viewed so many times last year.