February 1, 2018 at 8:00 am
Real estate is Maine’s number two driver of GDP (behind only healthcare). Maine has one of the highest home ownership rates in the nation. But many of those homes are energy-inefficient, very old, and expensive to maintain. Plus, there is still a shortage of real estate agents in our area. What does this mean about Maine’s transformation in the next 10 or 20 years?
Guests: Paul Peck, board president of MEREDA, real estate developer, attorney
Erin Cooperrider, Development Director with Community Housing of Maine and Principal with The New Height Group
Brit Vitalius, president and designated broker for the Vitalius Real Estate group and president of the Southern Maine Landlord Association
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