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maine: Market Conditions for Wells - 02/23/10 07:14 PM
It is a strong buyers market....If sellers want to or need to sell in this market it is important to know their bottom number, because that is where the buyers are going to come in with...Many sellers need to realize that there are buyers out there that still owe much on these properties and the buyer should have his/her agent do their homework and see what kind of mortgage is on the property before giving an offer....It doesn't do a buyer justice to come in with an offer less than what is owed on the property ...after all you want to (0 comments)
maine: About Wells - 04/13/07 10:55 AM
About Wells ZIP Code: 04090Location Characteristics: Wells is located in York County, and was the third town established in Maine, incorporated on July 5, 1653 from a portion of the town of Webbannet.Named by Sir Fernando Gorges for the English city of the same name, Wells was first settled in 1641. It has the distinction of being the only Maine town not conquored during the various French and Indian wars between 1650 and 1730.Its spectacular beaches have made it an attraction for centuries. Ogunquit, the resort community, was part of Wells until 1980.The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge consists of 3,600 (0 comments)
maine: New Construction in Sanford, Maine - 04/05/07 02:28 PM
"New Construction"Great Location with Option for Commerical Usage OPEN HOUSE, April 22 Noon to 1:30 PM 375 Lebanon Street (Route 202), Sanford $244,900 Three Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms MLS: 828691 Online virtual tour of this property ... Interior Features: New, quality construction. Hardwood flooring, lots of storage, oversize closets, walk in pantry. Large eat-in kitchen, featuring entertainment island and slider access to back yard. Master bedroom on your choice of first or second floor. First floor laundry facilities. Large unfinished basement with no columns and additional bulkhead access. Zoning allows for residential or commercial usage.
More than three (3+) acres of open rolling land. Great commuter's location (0 comments)
maine: About Kennebunkport - 04/05/07 01:38 PM
ZIP Code: 04046Location Characteristics: Kennebunkport is a town in York County, incorporated on July 5, 1653 as the town of Cape Porpoise. After the early white settlers were driven away by Indian raids, the community was reorganized under the name Arundel in 1718 in honor of the Earl of Arundel. In 1821 its name was changed to Kennebunk Port.Nearly a century later, on April 1st, 1915, a new town was created from Kennebunk Port to be known as North Kennebunkport. Its name was changed in 1957 to Arundel. Thus, the new Arundel occupies a small portion of the town so named (0 comments)
maine: About Eliot - 04/05/07 01:36 PM
ZIP Code: 03903Location Characteristics: Eliot is a town in York County, incorporated on March 1, 1810 from a portion of Kittery.Settled in the 1630's it was part of the Piscataqua Plantation created in 1647. Its many historic sites include Maine's first Quaker Meetinghouse built in 1776.A growing residential community serving the Kittery and Portsmouth areas, its population expanded by almost 12 percent in the 1990-2000 decade.The population, at the time of the 2000 census, was 5,954.County: York ~ School Dist/Dept: ~ MSAD 35 ~ Senate District: 1 ~ House District: 148 ~ Congressional District: 1 ~ Population: 5954 ~ Area: 20.3 (0 comments)
maine: About Biddeford - 04/05/07 01:33 PM
ZIP Code: 04006Location Characteristics: Biddeford, a city in York County, was incorporated as a town on November 17, 1718 and as a city in 1855. It was originally part of the town of Saco, its twin city.Some historians suggest that other early settlers had emigrated from Biddeford in Devonshire, England giving the area its name. Although Saco (including Biddeford) was destroyed during Queen Anne's War, the Massachusetts General Court authorized its resettlement, which began in 1714.By 1762 the population had reached 1,000. While lumbering was the major industry until the early nineteenth century, textile manufacturing dominated for 100 years from mid-century. (0 comments)
maine: About Saco - 04/05/07 01:29 PM
ZIP Code: 04072Location Characteristics: Saco is a city in York County, settled in 1623 and organized as a town on July 5, 1653.While some suggest the name derives from the Sokokis Indians of the area, others believe it is of Indian origin meaning the outlet. However, Lawrence Bond notes that Estaban Gomez, an early explorer, called it Bahia de Saco or Bay of the Sack in 1525.In 1811 Saco Academy was founded after 37 Saco citizens petition the Massachusetts legislature to establish an academy in Saco. Later renamed in honor of benefactor Dr. Thomas G. Thornton, the school was destroyed by (1 comments)
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