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.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
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 14 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 15 days ago
When lots of family never fade memories have been made, collected at a property listing, the sale of the Maine real estate can hit a painful nerve. The idea of a for listing sale sign out front and letting go of the fun, warm and fuzzy location can strike the family deeply, seem sacrilegious to s...
Posted 16 days ago
Virtual reality, Hollywood slick production and believing what you see and read about real estate. When you are a real estate professional you eat, breathe, work out the blood, sweat and tears of list, market, sell. The way your local market works. Not one you watch on television or cable. That g...
Posted 17 days ago
Would you say people, yourself included are pretty darn busy, overbooked? And if you were a real estate purchaser looking for a Maine house to buy, would you enjoy the process being slowed down to a rush hour traffic crawl to get "home"? No matter how good the tunes are in the surround sound and ...
Posted 18 days ago
You see real estate blog posts about third parties that swoop in like Philosoraptors in a property sale on one of the agent, broker's listings. Most of us don't work at Caveman Realty. Swinging, pounding, thrashing our way to the real estate closing. Definitely a case of go along to get along. A ...
Posted 19 days ago
Making it easy to browse, shop and not with a clock ticking to have to buy today, is that your real estate marketing approach? Roger Mucci has a good Active Rain blog post now playing about the importance of patience in the "just looking" customer. And the wait for it, wait for it, here it comes ...
Posted 20 days ago
We blog on Active Rain, but like lots of transmitters all wired to broadcast the Maine real estate message to hit the largest audience possible, lots of channels get fed. In tandem, blogging is a science. And our outlets are on niche local real estate websites where your programming comes at thin...
Posted 21 days ago
Well Chummy, the delay in the sale of your Maine home, the house you own and wish you didn't so you could move on. Actually it is always a bunch of factors. Not excuses, but hard science. There are lots of reasons why the sale of your Maine home is not happening. Maine real estate property listin...
Posted 22 days ago
The talking, dreaming about lake homes in Maine, owning one is over. Too much time wasted, putting it off when you knew it had tax advantages. Every year your bean counter would say you know Tom (Dick, Harry, Zeke, etc) you can deduct the interest expense, the property taxes on this second home, ...
Posted 23 days ago
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