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Tax Reform has Mostly Good News for the Real Estate Industry

By Andrew Smith, Principal, Baker Newman Noyes December’s federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) contains some of the most significant tax law changes seen in decades.  Many in the real estate industry will come out ahead as a result of the changes, and this article provides a brief overview of the new rules.Read More

Solar Plus Complementary Technologies Leads to an Economical, Sustainable Grid

By Fred Greenhalgh, Employee-Owner ReVision Energy Thanks to over a 75% decline in the cost of solar panels over the last ten years, it’s now economically viable (and environmentally necessary) to fully power our modern society with clean energy. However, solar panels alone don’t get us out of the climate bind – we must alsoRead More

The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on Tyler Technologies

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine 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.  MEREDA is proud to recognize responsible development based upon criteria including environmental sustainability, economicRead More

FocusMaine Underway: a ten-year initiative to create traded jobs in Maine

FocusMaine is now approaching the second year of a ten-year, private sector-led initiative to accelerate the creation of 20,000 quality jobs in Maine. The strategy includes investing in three of Maine’s most globally competitive and high-growth fields: agriculture, aquaculture, and biopharmaceuticals. These sectors are critical because they are strongly positioned to sell their goods andRead More

The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on Luminato Condominiums

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine 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.  MEREDA is proud to recognize responsible development based upon criteria including environmental sustainability, economicRead More

Workforce Challenges – How Innovation Can Help

Last month, nearly 300 members of MEREDA, the trade association for responsible real estate development in Maine, joined together to discuss the challenges facing the industry, which in spite of being the state’s number two driver of GDP, is being proactive about positioning for the future, in hopes of staying relevant. “We take seriously ourRead More

7 Steps to Make your Business Relocation a Success

Relocating your business is a complicated process that requires planning, organization and diligence. At CBRE|The Boulos Company we strive to make those transitions for our clients as smooth as possible. Here are seven tried and true steps to make sure your relocation is successful. 1. PLAN AHEAD Create a feasible time line that will allowRead More

MEREDA honors top 10 “Notable Projects”

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA), the state’s leading organization for responsible real estate development, honored the top ten real estate developments in Maine in 2017, and honored representatives from each with a prestigious “Notable Project” award at its conference in Portland on May 16. “The MEREDA board of directors selected exemplary projectsRead More

4 Ways to Prepare Your Business for a Storm

Here in Maine within the last few years we have had to contend with some severe flooding/storms that have interrupted businesses from operating normally. Some of the businesses ended up having to close their doors as they did not have contingency or action plans in place. Don’t be one of the potential businesses that doRead More

PAST AS PROLOGUE

by George Casey, CEO of Stockbridge Associates, LLC I admit it. I keep things, particularly written things. I have an old and cracked leather copy of Nathaniel Bowditch’s “American Practical Navigator” from the mid-1800’s, handed down from an ancestor who was a clipper ship captain. I also have all 14 volumes of Samuel Eliot Morrison’sRead More