BY JOHN I. BORJA
Real estate data from the first quarter of 2018 shows that the market is at a slightly staggering pace as it prepares for the perceived economic boon resulting from the military buildup.
Overall, 2018 does not stray too far from the real estate tracking pattern of 2017, according to Siska S. Hutapea, president of Cornerstone Valuation Guam.
Hutapea maintains that the industry is positioning itself in a way that accommodates the significant increase in infrastructure and population as approximately 5,000 Marines and their families relocate from Okinawa to . . .
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