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. Affordable property listings, no crime, no traffic, just wildlife, friendly people, fresh air, clean water. Ready to start the dream? Maine, the way life should be.



There are over 340 social media sites that a real estate agent, broker can consider joining, signing up if you log on to the KnowEm platform marketing portal. The site boasts up to 550 social media options exist from tech, photo, video to micro blogging, health, news, business and everything in b...
Maybe you are nearing retirement age, or looking to move, relocate to a slower paced, crime free friendlier area to call home in Maine. Or just itching for a Maine waterfront investment property. But you can buy property, pick a Maine real estate listing or one from some other area and get a deed...
Real estate media stream transmissions you broadcast, to hopefully go far beyond your local zip code. Greater reach, frequency, better results. How do you measure your batting average to know what needs adjustment in the loaded up helpful area blog information, local website individual property l...
The qualities of a real estate agent, broker for success in today's local market have changed. And more and more, not everyone in this specialized world is cut out to wear the REALTOR "R" .  Maybe you shoot for volume of real estate listings, sales and are highly cost conscious on the return on i...
Maybe the type of Maine farming you had in mind was not a lot of critters, not planting, cultivating, harvesting a crop of vegetables, fruit. The term farming in Maine can mean other options that just growing food, raising beef or dairy. Christmas trees, wreath production could be more your speed...
Not out in the open, or disclosed property listing real estate cameras, microphones on the premises. Maybe behind closed doors. Buyers wandering through a home, house that you have listed, and the conversations monitored completely during the real estate showing. Would it be interesting to know w...
A Maine farm with new everything but underneath all the 130 acres of land remains. A stream meanders through where you can wet a line, cast a fly to fish for supper. Check out the "iron horses" inside the gambrel barn, attached double garage in this Maine farm video. More details about the Maine ...
Over the holidays, the family, friends you hang out with may have talked about Maine waterfront property. That wouldn't it be neat, way way cool to own some real estate next to a Maine lake, the ocean, a river. As parents get older and pass on, the sense of family needing to stay close, preserved...
With 2011 molting, shedding its real estate marketing skin, new exciting ways to adopt and adapt await. How we do our real estate job. New more effective methods, approaches are ready, waiting to be brought on line in the coming 2012 "Happy New Year". Up for the challenge?  I think the largest do...
"Aisle five, clean up on a Maine real estate value waterfront wannabe, property shoppers". This Orient Maine land, log cabin hidden off the Boundary Road is pretty darn handy to Grand Lake, one of the state's big three. Rugged, simple low priced Maine real estate property jumps out at you, as one...

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