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.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2010 

High speed trains, wireless real estate blogging on the way from Amsterdam to Paris for New Years on family vacation. The speed of this train only 175 miles per hour, not the 186 mph of my last real estate blog post. The speed of life is easy to miss if you are in the comfort zone of your home tu...
12/31/2010
  You know the expression about seeing the forest for the trees? And how to capture the whole picture, you have to keep  stepping back. Further and further to get it all fit in with plenty of space around the subject when shooting images, videos. Well taking a trip, getting far from the real esta...
12/28/2010
The agents, brokers in London England are not called real estate professionals, they are estate agents. Have a new Joomla real estate site that took quite awhile to read up on, set up and estate agent improved is the component settled in on for the property distribution, shelf stocking of listing...
12/27/2010
Scanning real estate blog posts on Active Rain you begin to see a theme surface about buyers an agent, broker, REALTOR represents who cause frustration for the guy or gal wearing the "R".  The real estate buyer is frustrating the agent, the property purchaser is not getting it, does not...
12/26/2010
Over and over Maine real estate waterfront buyers are shocked that folks not owning a property on say a lake or river, pond can still have access. Maine is big on enjoyment of our natural resources and also protection to give them to our kids, their kids in better shape than we received it. But w...
12/24/2010
The real estate market where you live starts with the surroundings, not the sticks and bricks. The safety, how high the real estate prices and whether there is much FSSR or not makes a difference. If your home town, county and state is 46th lowest for foreclosure, short sale, repossession because...
12/23/2010
The listing, marketing, selling of Maine real estate, any properties as an agent, broker, REALTOR...how much of the process do you the guy or gal wearing the "R" do all by your lonesome?   In some markets you see the vital dire need to hire a real estate stager to make sure the colors a...
12/23/2010
Land in Maine is always cheap, low cost and fun, easy to own. This over ten acres is warranty titled, free and clear squeaky clean. And the Maine land is surveyed too. Big view, old field growing up with volunteer Christmas trees, mixed woods to rear section. Southern exposure. $15,900 gets you a...
12/22/2010
The offer made on the real estate, say the home in Maine you wanted to buy was rejected. And the way the buyer reacts can be taken personal as a slap just like the seller may have reacted to it. But many times what the real estate buyers expectations are for this much house for this little money ...
12/22/2010
The property you just listed, the one the son and daughter now own that you need to sell has missing background property listing information.   When the owners that did the work are deceased, not around to question and when the little Maine town does not have records, get out the detective top ri...
12/22/2010
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