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The MEREDA Index hits all-time high

At the Annual Real Estate Spring Conference, the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA), released a report showing that the state’s number two driver of GDP has hit a record high, coming in at 100.4.

“Maine’s real estate market is led by the commercial sector, with historic highs besting pre-recession performance. Real estate developers are contributing to the economic and cultural landscape in robust, meaningful ways,” said Paul Peck, president of the board at MEREDA.

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July 23, 2018

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