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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 the Maine weather is hot, the temperatures high, thoughts of waterfront properties for sale happen. Continues into the other three seasons too. The desire to get to a Maine lake listing is strong, does not fade or go away. Out on the water out front to swim to cool off. To kayak to explore t...
07/19/2014
Bed and breakfast, a country inn, the 4 bath, half dozen bedroom Maine post and beam home was one. What it came into the world to be. Surrounded by the 113 acres that wrapped it in privacy, seclusion. Parked on a dead end road, on the Canadian US Border. With a trail of ATV or cross country ski p...
07/18/2014
Like the blond or you pick the target of the brunt of a joke... how many real estate professionals does it take to make a real estate sale happen? In markets with lots of zero place price tags, set the long conference closing table for a slew of professionals. That must be on board. To even think...
07/17/2014
They come bearing gifts, food items, real estate lending and legal work promotional material. Office supplies and clothing items tattooed with their brand or logo. Ear to ear smiles and one hand Dale Carnegie class extended. Like we are best friends. Just have been apart a spell. But let's st...
07/15/2014
The Maine real estate email request stated: I am looking for a home to lease with option if you have anything please notify me as soon as possible. Thank you. Sent from my iPhone We get lots of questions asked. Like in the card game of Fish. Got any homes with option to rent / own, houses? With l...
07/14/2014
Maine land, so so different to be in a position to buy lots of property for little money. When the real estate land buyer is used to scare space, no big land tracts in over populated, highly developed areas. Welcome to Maine. S P R E A D out. Lots of property acreage, Maine land for not much mone...
07/12/2014
Real estate is a fix position, nailed, bolted, welded to the floor permanent kind of item. You don't travel eight hours away to pick up some quality real estate, at a fair price. After fishing, sorting through some property listings. To find the right one for you. Then cast, jig, reel it in. ...
07/11/2014
Maine is known for crystal clean lakes, pure natural air and keeping both that way takes big time, constant effort. Shore land zoning regulations on building, construction around a Maine lake, rivers, anything wet  means beefing up the knowledge base. On the state of Maine level. But also for the...
07/10/2014
Which of the twin lots, Maine land acreages that have lake access excite you most? If you don't split up the family, take the twins as a pair, asking price is $21,500. $11,500 if individual lot purchase. Six acres plus or minus is plenty of Maine land to enjoy those vacations. To wander down ...
07/09/2014
The land in Maine, with a view, a home with three baths, outbuildings. Lot of property extras, features that are on the "gotta have" list for a Maine home buyer. Watch the video for US Rt 1, Hodgdon Maine home. For more details, the grand tour, open house right now. See, hear about hard...
07/08/2014
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