Raylene Estabrook's (raylene1) Blog

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Real Estate Agent - The Maine Real Estate Network
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Looking for the perfect Maine Property? Here it is.... Peace and tranquility abound in this fully renovated 3+ bedroom, 2 bath home. Private 2.23 acres with ample waterfrontage, plenty of parking for guests, oversized garge with walk up storage, beautiful stone walls... Enjoy all that Maine has t...
Posted almost 2 years ago
I must admit I am a little confused: Gas prices have double in less than 2 years.... Cost of food continues to rise...... Unemployment is still at record highs (if you look at the actual numbers)..... Housing values have plummeted... Foreclosures and short sales are today's real estate norm..... ...
Posted about 3 years ago
Yesterday my husband and I went to the grocery store. I cannot stop thinking about what took place...   At the check out, our bill came to $124.37. My husband handed the cashier (a teenage girl somewhere between the age of 17-19 years old) $130.00. 1-$50 and 4-$20. The girl took the cash, looked ...
Posted about 3 years ago
 I recieved this email this morning and enjoyed so much I wanted to share with my friends here. Hope it makes you smile today as it did me.  Mother Daughter discussion: A young woman was about to finish her first year of university. Like so many others her age, she considered herself to be very L...
Posted about 3 years ago
Welcome to Riverview Farm  35 Ossipee Trail Limington Maine $279,900   This farmhouse is believed to have been built circa. 1778, no doubt by Amos Chase, who was granted 200 acres on and near the Little Ossipee River during 1773.  The first deed that is shown in record is dated March 30, 1807. La...
Posted about 3 years ago
Why do some banks still not get it? Short sales can benefit all parties especially the lender holding the loan. Saving the lenders from having to incur the cost of foreclosing. Not to mention the potential damage to a vacant property from frozen pipes, vandals, the list goes on... Yet they still ...
Posted about 3 years ago
Why do some banks still not get it? Short sales can benefit all parties especially the lender holding the loan. Saving the lenders from having to incur the cost of foreclosing. Not to mention the potential damage to a vacant property from frozen pipes, vandals, the list goes on... Yet they still ...
Posted about 3 years ago
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