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All Maine real estate agents, brokers, REALTORS are the same right? No...each real estate agent, broker has different sets of skills unique to their market. In a small rural market like northern Maine where there are 11 people per square mile, the day to day routine is different than a broker in a city with wall to wall brokers and a myriad of transactions. In rural Maine, our prices are much lower, people don't lock doors, more smaller commission sales. Unspoiled scenery and what life's like in Aroostook County and its real estate market.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
The property listing just going live on the multiple listing service for your town, city, county, state. Many real estate offerings have flexible use, are highly versatile. But do you pick the most probable use and call it good? Hit the largest piece of the target audience for the property listin...
08/31/2014
Existing log homes in Maine, always best to make sure you are up to speed on the housing inventory. Of what is already built that could be home sweet home. All in place, turnkey trumps construction delays, expense and surprises anyday right? But if you can not find like the girl with the hair of ...
08/30/2014
Shoreland zoning in Maine, the rules of what you can and can not do around the waterfront. In the beginning, there was just a help yourself approach to the Maine waterfront. Build that Maine lake camp or river cabin wherever you wanted. Pick what you thought at the time was the best spot for view...
08/29/2014
The small priced Maine properties for sale, like over the holiday ho ho ho when the round guy in red velvet and white fur cleans your chimney. Those low cost Maine listings never go out of style. Are always in demand. Because anyone in the real estate dog and pony knows, the higher the real estat...
08/28/2014
The balance of what to do to a property listing, some Maine real estate that was purchased. Improved but in what way? Everything front loaded into one specific area? Or the love spread around the property listing? The tipping point, the secret formula of what makes a Maine real estate listing wor...
08/26/2014
Maine land is pretty special. But Maine land on the waterfront, in this case 107 acres worth. On Molunkus Stream in Southern Aroostook County. Thought of owning Maine land, something bigger than a postage stamp like you currently live on out of state? Join forces with your sporting buddies, throw...
08/25/2014
Learning to edit when real estate video is in your marketing mix. When you have a video channel for real estate it is like blogging, your website, direct mail, everything you do in marketing. Needs to be a fresh, helpful, steady stream of information put out for a buffet spread. For the dig in, h...
08/24/2014
You have seen videos for real estate with gracious camera shots, artful edits of the loops and staging that obviously went into the million dollar plus property listing. But with tinkling ivories, that can set the tone, mood, much is left out if no narration. And by a real estate professional th...
08/24/2014
For years real estate agents, brokers, REALTOR used just the buyer's eyeballs to sell property listings. Post an image, crank out some copy, get in to the local or outside newspaper with a black and white shot. Just one shot, a few copy sentences did the trick. Not any more. The on the go real es...
08/24/2014
The Maine home built years ago does not take kindly to ripping out the interior walls. Sag, collapse happen. But new construction, homes stick built from scratch on Maine land, now that is a horse, er house of a different color altogether. The property search, need, hunger and thirst for space is...
08/23/2014
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