REALTOR Andrew Mooers' Maine Real Estate Blog

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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.
They say presentation is everything in real estate marketing. First impressions are lasting ones. Being available when your busy real estate buyer has some free time makes videos the logical media choice. To really deliver with memorable, highly effective punch. The open house on demand property ...
Posted 1 day ago
When you work in Maine real estate, have kids, the school vacation weeks like the ones in February and April mean "get out of town". If you are planning a trip to explore somewhere away from your home in Maine, that's the cue. To start your engines. Flaps up, buckle in securely. Fire up the jets....
Posted 2 days ago
Walgreen's "in a perfect world, on my planet" approach to advertising is encouraging. Because before you can find solutions to problems, you have to see a better way to handle the problems. After identifying what needs tinkering with and why, how. We all know the when. Yesterday, last week or man...
Posted 3 days ago
The price the Maine real estate seller thinks he or she could have gotten last year, sometime back there in the past for their property. The cousin of a friend of their barber, hair dresser said he would pay such and such cash for the place. Lock, stock and barrel. If they can be out in twenty mi...
Posted 5 days ago
Not everyone thinks of Maine waterfront properties for sale for just summer use. One Maine log home with lake frontage we sold recently was to someone not planning to be grilling, chilling on the deck around the nation's birthday. Instead, they run a lobster restaurant on the coast. Working hard ...
Posted 6 days ago
In real estate marketing it is all about greater exposure, extended reach. All delivered with a frequency that saturates but does not annoy the buyer. Done the most efficiently with the agent, broker's use of time and money. Real estate is a business first, last. The principles of ROI apply in th...
Posted 7 days ago
Real estate in Maine for sale, when it's time to start touring homes, it should not matter where Mickey has his two hands. The time of day or night to drop everything. Open those front doors, not stay sitting in the car at the curb wondering about the inside. How it looks, flows, bolts together. ...
Posted 9 days ago
Good thing real estate sellers, property owners don't usually have polygraph machines around during listing sessions. To hook up the clamps, patches, wires. To watch the meter peg, bend in half. Sometimes snap off. Or the ink tipped stylus sketches to go wildly on the rolling graph paper. Violent...
Posted 11 days ago
The real estate mission is to find a place, a Maine waterfront property listing where relaxing is a given. For use part time until the retirement golden parachute is rip corded. You are in that plane overhead areas in Maine and just need a nudge off the ledge of that open side door. To know where...
Posted 11 days ago
When you list, market, sell Maine real estate listings, economic development is not just something governmental agencies or local departments handle. No no, the small Maine town REALTORS have to roll up the sleeves. See the revenue sources you want directed, kept funneled into the local economy s...
Posted 12 days ago

Andrew Mooers

Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker
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