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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
When a buyer for farm properties in Maine for sale calls or emails, it is nice to discuss the listing. The one  that made them reach out. But at the same time, it is smart to above and beyond send out others real estate in Maine acreages. Like the property listing that made the intial connection....
01/30/2015
Over 25 acres of Maine land, this property is cleared field in front, mixed woods in the back. And the cherry on top? The frontage on a lively stream known for fly fishing fun by those to like to wet the line. Cast for supper or just catch and release. Side road quiet but year round and has power...
01/29/2015
All this property, a listing in Patten Maine for sale. Priced so neatly in the sweet $20's something  property listing search bracket.  The place has a garage, the home is heated with hot water baseboard oil furnace. The handy wood stove helps put a dent in the Maine home winter heating costs. Ad...
01/28/2015
Grab your coat, you are riding shot gun as we point the jeep into a Maine lake home. Won't take long, you'll get down to the water's edge, see , hear a Maine loon or two. Not here to eat up, waste your time. And I bet you'll be more than mildly impressed. With the wall of glass in the front of 16...
01/27/2015
The old "bake a tin of brownies" real estate trick, hit them in the stomach as soon as they open the door to the property listing. Say honey, I'm home. Making the real estate buyer feel at home. Every time they set foot in your new real estate listing. But it is not always the mission to remove t...
01/26/2015
Engagement, the connection builds when something is needed, received at the other end of the signal. It goes both ways. Because you have something in your pocket to share, that flows from the fingertips connected to the inside lub dub strings. Generating from within a beating heart of a person th...
01/25/2015
Early real estate blogging, fewer numbers doing it, less hunt and peck production. Like much in marketing property listings and the local communities they populate, many take a wait and see approach. Too many still do with video for real estate, the most misunderstood child in the marketing famil...
01/21/2015
Some things in life you wake up one morning and decide I need to search locally or online for an item. And you buy it. There, done. On to other adventures in your daily life. But real estate is not like that. Rarely is real estate, a big ticket item peddled like it is on the dollar menu. Not yes ...
01/19/2015
When you live, work and play in a small rural area of Maine, the Farmer's Home Administration became a pretty handy device. For financing homes to buy with just a dollar down. Back in the late 1970's, 1980's the pet peeve of FmHA was insulation. Thermal standards when other lenders were not so up...
01/17/2015
For way way too long, space has been the given the back seat in out of state real estate sales. Because the urban dweller variety of property buyers is sardine jammed in tightly. Finding it too hard to relax, to breathe. In the low supply of open area around the sticks and bricks. Those in this e...
01/16/2015
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