Gaylord: A boomtown Up North | Features | Northern Express

There were signs something was about to change even when Gaylord had few jobs and depressed housing prices.“About four or five years ago, you started to see an influx of credit unions and banks coming to the area,” said Michael Perdue, owner/broker at Smith Realty Group. “I said, ‘Listen guys, the growth is coming, because banks just don’t up and build brick and mortar’” locations.Perdue said the reason Gaylord is booming is a combination of the fresh air, clean water and outdoor activities and the fact

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