Publications & Podcasts

Are You in for a (Price) Shock?

November 13, 2018 Published Works

In the booming real estate and construction segments of the economy, increased demand in construction materials, equipment, and skilled labor, as well as, the U.S. government's recent tariffs have caused an increase in prices for key construction materials. In an article by the Maine Real Estate Insider, attorney Rob Ruesch discusses how private developers, owners, contractors, and more are handling the risks of price increases.

To read the full article, visit MEREDA's website here.

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