December 4, 2019 at 4:10 pm
As the words “recession” and “downturn” try to tint rose colored glasses with shades of gray, more and more attention turns to the real estate sector to provide a realistic gauge of Maine’s overall economic health. How immune is Maine to a recession at large? How will commercial and residential development continue to shape and paint Maine’s landscape?
Fortunately, the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) contributes a bit of clarity with their annual Forecast Conference and Member Showcase, sponsored by TD Bank. MEREDA’s Forecast Conference brings together the leading economic, political, and development minds in the state to take their best look into the crystal ball of Maine’s real estate and economic future.
With regional overviews covering the Maine markets from Bangor to Kennebunk, and analyses of recent legislative agendas, MEREDA’s Forecast Conference has become an indispensable tool for real estate and development industry professionals, economists, and concerned citizens looking for the most up-to-date information on the fiscal well-being of Maine.
In addition to the invaluable insights provided by the panel of experts, the Forecast Conference also features a Member Showcase for attendees to connect on a more interactive level. MEREDA members represent a robust economic spectrum, including real estate, banking, engineering, construction, law, and municipalities. All of these viewpoints meld to make the Member Showcase an especially dynamic atmosphere, and an excellent opportunity for members to network and market their products and services.
This forum of people and expertise provides an essential collection of perspectives for anyone working in, or affected by, the real estate market. Don’t sit back and speculate about the economic future of Maine; take advantage of the opportunity to sit at the table with Maine’s real estate leaders. The Forecast Conference takes place on January 16th, 2020 at the Holiday Inn by the Bay. Registration is open and attendance is encouraged.
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