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.



Growing, raising your own food, you the owner of a Maine farm and loving the simple lifestyle. Hard work, but rewarding and you are the captain of your own destiny. No more driving 90 minutes one way, the same hour and a half back in the dark to the suburbs for you. Your kids are in bed, sawing l...
Local is where you real estate property listing is, but your buyer does not have to come from just the community around it. Beyond a small circle that limits the audience, video for real estate listings makes the time is right this very minute. To show and tell, to tour the area, the local listin...
We hear that a lot "I got to get out of this place". Like the song cranked loudly by Eric Burdon and the Animals. TheĀ  relocating, retiring to Maine talk. The reasons why the need for the move to Maine. Always always topped with the just "too many people, it's not safe, we're drowning in high cos...
Peace on Earth because it is Christmas day sacred. Should be just as attention getting, all important on all levels the other 364 days right? To apply what we learn to the way you and I live our entire calendar year. Merry Christmas and remembering what happened a century ago that teaches us much...
The neighbors part theĀ Venetian blinds with two fingers and peer at the progress on the real estate next door. The new to the market listing that has all the bells and whistles. On the hunt, prowl for someone that is homeless. Searching property listings for a dial it in filtering cure in the rea...
Maine homes are extra special when in the country, have plenty of bathrooms. Are in tip top condition so no overstuffed, neglected job jar weight causes a hernia. When a seller of a Maine house says here you go and good luck. Take the video tour of the 795 Calais Road Hodgdon Maine home for sale ...
The buyer of a Maine real estate listing is at the open door on the side of a plane flying over. Not going to jump until he or she knows what is down there below the wild blue yonder. Because relocation, moving to Maine is one big life changing step. The urban dweller has known for years somethin...
Taking your real estate marketing higher with aerial drone photography for property listings. Often the sticks and bricks, raw land is not selling because of two major obstacles. Lack of marketing, out of whack pricing that does not reflect the market the listing swims in. To get to dry land at a...
You are in the mood for ME property listings and scanning up and down the real estate menu. It all looks good, low priced and served up in generous sized portions. We measure our backyards in acres not inches, feet, yards in Maine. Because more space in the place with lots of room to roam. Not wa...
Three times a day at least, most of us have the addiction to food, need a fix.Not just food when you live in Maine but organic, wholesome foodstuffs. Grown close to home, for the local field to the table delivery. Or from the pasture to the freezer.Canning and preserving in summer kitchens of old...

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