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.



Feeling safe, secure, happy and knowing you own a piece of Maine land that is all yours to enjoy. That motivation to have a property acreage, some Maine land is a strong one for outside real estate buyers. Many make super neighbors. Because they are never here. Many states away from the Maine la...
Over the holidays your family reminded you to ease back and have more fun, work less so Maine waterfront vacation homes have been on your mind. Solid investment, more fun to enjoy than stocks, bonds, CD account balances. And they go up up up in value. Plus rental income is an option if you are n...
When you live in a rural, less populated area the low low Maine real estate prices are some kind of attractive to out of state property buyers. But before listing videos of Maine properties get the center stage, gawked at or listened to, the show and tell about the area, the community flavor has...
Don't crowd, fence me in means when you buy a Maine land property listing, everyone agrees on one thing. Give me space, plenty of room to get away from people. Not because the new Maine land buyer is anti social or does not get along with people. But because everyone needs time alone, to reflect...
See if you like the sound of owning Maine lakefront land, the privacy, seclusion of 160 acres of property, with a log home. The machine shed 3 car size garage/shop has room for the diesel tractor, other tools or toys. The big rear open porch and side deck have views of Rideout Lake in Monticello...
The spot, location location location of Maine real estate, any property listing is so all important. But what happens in the community around those GPS coordinates for each and every piece of real estate being marketed extensively is key. Trotted out under the bright, harsh center stage on line ...
The Maine real estate buyers we stay in touch with through email is one of many daily chores. To be the busy bee. Stay sticky, helpful, in touch in a good way.  Without annoying the Maine real estate buyer with too much or too little attention. Not neglecting them or forgetting them. As the cloc...
More people to see your home, the real estate you want to sell means sellers should be having video media offerings. For the "see, hear about it right now" ease of real estate video. The busy schedule of buyers means anything you can do as the real estate professional to make quick access happen...
It happens, talk about Maine real estate and changes while holiday celebrations take place for Christmas, New Years. If your loved ones think the idea of buying a Maine waterfront property listing is peachy keen, the way to go, good news. A bigger selection of Maine waterfront property listings ...
Posting a blog on the real estate Active Rain Network for a brand new year, 2013. New Year's real estate resolutions. (Clearing throat, cracking intertwined outstretched fingers like a professional safe cracker during a clock is ticking bank heist). The list should be pretty similar to last Janu...

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