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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
Real estate buyers are just as busy, their time just as important as everyone's elses involved in the list, market, sell (repeat). When you yourself are on a mission to hunt down the product or service you need in your personal life, you want to save time, money, frustration right?So real estate ...
12/01/2016
Google a city for things to do, where to shop or find a place to eat or stay for the night and page after page spills out in your lap. The online search for highly populated areas means lots of information to wade through and decipher. In a small rural real estate market location, online local in...
11/28/2016
Country living puts you closer to nature. Less traffic, little crime and wide open space full of wildlife and scenery not people forces you to spend time with yourself. To be able to hear yourself think. In real estate, small Maine town price tags hanging on the property listings are lower to the...
11/14/2016
Real estate property listings don't exist in a vacuum and the new to your area or state wants more. To see, hear, learn about the location and what's so great, what good things are going to happen in his or her life, for their family if they follow through and buy the property listing under the h...
11/12/2016
Life on a Maine farm, are you after the country way of life?Farming is hard work, depending on your own wits, not the unpredictable weather. And outdoor living, pretty much doing something to stay on the Maine farm. If it is a working one that has to pay for itself. Unless you have a ticket, read...
11/07/2016
The desire to high tail it out of the city where eight out of ten people hang their hat.Chase the dollar but would rather answer the call from the wild. That pulls them to the outdoors, wide open spaces of a vast state like Maine. Ever thought of homesteading on land in Maine and how would 15 acr...
10/31/2016
Insulated houses save money for the home owner, fetch a higher price on the real estate market. Because no one has money to burn. Toasty warm is something folks seek out. But everyone wants to spend their weekly paycheck more efficiently. To have left over money from the house hold expense belt t...
10/25/2016
Haunted houses for sale in Maine, anywhere.They happen and somehow when it is trick or treating time and little monsters come up the front steps with open bags to collect the loot assemble. To ring the door bell, shout out and vanish. To the next door around your home address. The stories increas...
10/25/2016
When people ask a real estate agent, broker, REALTOR how's the market, nine times out of ten they are referring to house listings, home property sales.But in small rural areas, where the list, market, sell (repeat) is not just houses, homes, it is up to the local real estate professional to add l...
10/20/2016
Lots of land, Maine farms for sale is a dream that can not be erased.Often because as a child you remembered someone that lived on a farm that was a relative. Maybe your grand parents did. And you spent time summers, through your childhood at the farm. Enjoyed the food, the fresh air, the wide op...
10/17/2016
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