Michael B. Charron | Secondary or Tertiary Markets
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Apr 30 2017

Secondary or Tertiary Markets

This is a subject that I’ve read a lot about. From other investor’s blogs to news headlines, many are delivering the message of slowing sales volumes in the multi-unit sector. However, these data tend to overlook the activity in the tertiary markets.


From working in the New Hampshire market every day, I see the nuances in its multi-unit sector versus that of secondary markets. From my experience so far into 2017, I can only see continued robust demand for mutli-units throughout the state.


Feel free to read to my full article here.

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