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While the real estate market experienced rapid gains in the previous four years, it begin to decelerate in 2006, especially during the first quarter.
The deceleration of housing appreciation has been prevalent throughout Maine. It is especially evident in the major cities. By the second quarter of 2006, the prices saw a steady decline.
The sale of single family homes was quite low during the second quarter, but like Connecticut, the volume was high in comparison to the historical average. As can be expected, the sale of real estate has also had an effect on the construction industry.
It should also be noted that despite the fact that the sale of real estate declined, employment in the construction sector remained relatively stable.
Despite this, statistics show that employment in construction may decline if real estate sales do not improve. One industry that maintained its growth during 2006 was tourism, which has always been important for the state of Maine.
A number of studies indicate that the tourism industry in Maine has grown by over 3% over the last five years. Over 60 percent of jobs created in the last five years can be attributed to the tourism industry. This includes businesses such as entertainment, restaurants, and bars.
Despite this, it should be noted that growth in the tourism industry is not as rapid as New Hampshire, a state which sits close to Maine.
In comparison, the national average for tourism is almost 8 percent. The tax revenue of the state has also...