Maine’s Housing Crisis is characterized by a shortage of affordable housing options, a high demand for rental properties, and an increase in housing costs that exceed wage growth. This crisis is exacerbated by a lack of new construction and an aging housing stock that requires costly renovations to meet modern standards. Additionally, homelessness, lack of workforce housing, and housing insecurity are significant issues, with many individuals and families struggling to find stable housing. From rent-burdened tenants to employee recruitment, homelessness and unattainable housing, Maine’s Housing Crisis is an issue that negatively impacts daily life for all Mainers in one way or another.
MEREDA’s 2023 Spring Conference takes a deep dive into Maine’s housing crisis through the lens of a diverse group of speakers who will provide their viewpoints and experiences.
Save the Date and make plans to join your colleagues and other professionals at MEREDA’s 2023 Spring Conference! We’ll also unveil the 2023 MEREDA Index, as well as recognize our 2022 Notable Project Recipients.
In Person OR Virtual. Pre-Registration Required.
Holiday Inn By the Bay
88 Spring Street
May 25, 2023 @ 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Registering for this Event:
Members: $85 each | Non-Members: $125 each
Prices increase by $15 after May 18.
Registration Closes at 5:00pm on May 24, 2023.
Your RSVP is requested by May 18. Payment is expected at the time of registration. No refunds will be granted to anyone who registers but fails to attend or who cancels after May 18.
CLICK HERE for more information and to register.
The MEREDA Spring Conference is generously supported by Gold Sponsors NBT Bank and Sebago Technics. Silver Sponsors Mainebiz and Haley Ward. Bronze Sponsors Belfor Property Restoration, Efficiency Maine, Pierce Atwood, Pouliot Real Estate, & Sevee & Maher Engineers.