Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on The Lofts at Saco Falls

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine Real Estate Insider, we’ll provide an up-close look at the most notable commercial development projects of the past year that are helping to fuel Maine’s economy in terms of investment and job creation.  … Continue reading

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The Economic Impact of MaineHousing’s Investment in Affordable Multifamily Housing: State and Regional

by Richard Taylor, Research and Communications, MaineHousing Building housing contributes to the quality of life in a community and its economy.  Economic contributions are measured in jobs, wages, revenues, and increases in the overall value of products and services produced … Continue reading

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Is Your Paycheck Protected?

By Kerry Peabody, CSA, CLTC Long Term Care, Life & Disability Insurance Agent You’ve insured your home, your car, your boat – but have you insured the one thing that makes all of those other things possible – your income? … Continue reading

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The Maine Real Estate & Development Association Announces 2017-18 Officers

 The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) is pleased to announce its 2017-18 slate of officers, which include Bruce Jones of Creative Office Pavilion and Brian Curley of PDT Architects serving as Vice Presidents, and Bill Shanahan of Northern New England Housing Investment Fund … Continue reading

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The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on Wayfair at Brunswick Landing

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine Real Estate Insider, we’ll provide an up-close look at the most notable commercial development projects of the past year that are helping to fuel Maine’s economy in terms of investment and job creation.  … Continue reading

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