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Laurie Schreiber

Senior Writer | Real Estate Insider

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Portland's Residence Inn sale indicates strong market

Norwich Partners sold the Residence Inn Portland at 145 Fore St. to an undisclosed buyer in a deal that closed Oct. 13.

Country's No. 20 scaffolding business finds new home for its growing business in Portland

Seacoast Scaffold & Equipment — one of the nation's top scaffolding firms — found larger offices, warehouses and land to accommodate its...

Belfast is now hip. That brings new challenges.

Belfast's new desirability has resulted in new challenges, chief among them lack of affordable housing. That's resulted in ongoing conversation as...

Bar Harbor business and historic building packaged for unusual sale

In an unusual deal, Beverly and Peter Bono — who've operated the Christmas Spirit Shop in the historic Grant Building at 80 Main St. in Bar...

Century-old law firm joins Lewiston's revitalization push

Berman & Simmons, a law firm that specializes in personal injury and medical malpractice, is renovating the historic building in downtown Lewiston...

From kiosk to showroom: Scarborough remodeling business makes leap to Route 1 visibility

Ryan Cheplic, owner of Harbor Heights Tile & Granite LLC, wanted a showroom in Scarborough and he wanted it to be visible. He met both objectives in...

After long search, plastics firm finds home in Biddeford with lots of room for expansion

Paul Tyson, owner of Thermoformed Plastics of New England, purchased a 27,684-square-foot plant in Biddeford for $1.18 million from York County...

For Realtors, brick-and-mortar offices still important as 'welcoming spaces'

More real estate agencies are opening multiple locations, a new trend that bucks the current real estate trend of remote work. For example, Portside...

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