Maine’s Leading Real Estate Experts to Gather for Economic Analysis of Industry on January 17th in Portland

On Thursday, January 17, 2019, nearly 900 of the state’s leading real estate experts will gather in Portland at MEREDA’s Annual Forecast Conference and Member Showcase sponsored by TD Bank. Real Estate continues to be a significant driver of the Maine economy and the MEREDA Forecast Conference provides an opportunity for industry luminaries to share their insight with peers on the health of and challenges faced by their industry. In addition, MEREDA will unveil the MEREDA Index at the conference, a key economic indicator measuring the pulse of the real estate industry.

“We are now in our 5th year of generating the Index and it continues to provide informative analysis that becomes more and more meaningful for our industry,” said Gary Vogel, president of the board of MEREDA and an attorney at Drummond Woodsum.

“While the Index is regarded as a great tool, the Forecast Conference is an event where the important conversations happen—we gather some of our industry’s best minds in one place to reflect on and discuss the trends and factors influencing real estate of all types in Maine,” continued Vogel.

MEREDA’s Annual Forecast Conference is geared towards builders, developers, brokers, attorneys, architects, engineers, municipal leaders, bankers, and accountants.  Continuing Education credits are available for brokers, attorneys, architects, and appraisers.

According to Shelly Clark, MEREDA’s Vice President of Operations, MEREDA’s Forecast Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn By the Bay in Portland from 9am to 5pm.  Registration is available at and is expected to sell out.

MEREDA’s Annual Forecast Conference is sponsored by TD Bank.

MEREDA’s upcoming edition of the MEREDA Index is sponsored by Eaton Peabody, Benchmark Residential & Investment Real Estate, Katahdin Trust Company, Reger Dasco Properties, Redstone, and XPress Copy.

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