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Lots Of Ground To Cover Before Bring In The Maine Homes For Sale.

Lots Of Ground To Cover Before Bring In The Maine Homes For Sale.

The out of state Maine homes for sale buyer is in the dark.

When thinking of purchasing a property listing in a small rural area especially. Because unlike the city chanmber of commerces that flood the airwaves, spilling the black and four color ink information on the Internet highway, small rural real estate markets lack that attention.

The life in a small Maine town is easy does it and kept simplified.

The resources to cause a splash in the local community marketing is not there.

Less people, less noise on and off line. So as a Maine real estate broker peddling property listings, it is often hold your houses. I mean horses.

Before the parade of what’s for sale happens, the carousel like the luggage at a busy airport is stopped. Because we need to have a little talk first.

The other end is curious and seeking answers. Assurances that this move is a smart one. That won’t be regretted if the wagon train has to change directions. Again.

When the buyer asks me what is it like in your area, we answer with specific, detailed questions.

Then send them further follow up information with a link on Maine. Or more about my small Maine home town. That I am very proud of and bragging about it, sharing the news is not hard at all.

And in fact, it is easy to forget how lucky we are living in crime free, low cost and friendly small town Maine. It is not like this many places and the long list of what we don’t have is just as impressive to a new to the market real estate buyer.

No traffic, bright sky of stars at night, free natural settings to hike, bike, swim, to enjoy fully. Without fear or cost. That is a big part of all natural Maine. The way life should be. donkey in maine photo

Being a small Maine town real estate broker means half of my job with out of state and country buyers of property listings is spill the beans.

Keep the ears from going back in annoyed delay. Or to avoid being kicked, bitten by the hand that feeds me. I make a living transmitting the story of the area, the properties for sale in it.

A big part of the job is be the local go to for information of all kinds. From the experience of living here. Raising a family in small town Maine.

And it not just all about the list, market, sell (repeat) of real estate property listings in Maine. But to share the rich scoop on the area happenings. To let the other end of the signal sample the special local flavor.That keeps me here and happy!

To shine that bright spotlight on Houlton Maine. Or Island Falls, Maine. Or Patten Maine in Penobscot County. How about Mt Chase Maine?

Maybe Danforth Maine in Washington County is the area you plan to land and buy something for a quality investment if everything checks out.

Ask us about other small towns we spotlight one by one in Northern Maine.

It is why we are here. Part of the real estate service providing we do all day and into the night long.

So slow it down, let’s get those questions answered that are important to the far away buyer.

Who likes the low real estate prices and has to get their mind now wrapped around the way things roll in the new backdrop.

That they are making the big move to if all the questions get satisfactory answers. To move forward to pushing the lever. To start the Maine real estate property listing merry go round.

Then the filtering, slicing and dicing of what is for sale gets whittled down. To focus on the segment of the market for homes in Maine for sale or whatever property listing type is on personal radar. In the hunt for a house in Maine. No matter what size, location, type. ice fishing in maine photo

Or a piece of Maine land.

To farm, to use by a lake or river, maybe a pond or stream.

All of the property in Maine’s small rural areas is low cost.

Because big supply, more wildlife than people.

The pay check we bring home is smaller but yoo get more.

If you put value on the fact that some urban home owners see their kids roughly forty five minutes a day.

Not enough quality one on one time comes back to roost in a bad way as the child’s life bumps along. Heck, a kid’s music lesson is longer than that!

Quality time to raise your children, teach them well as the CSN & Y song reminds and the good book.

To grow up straight and strong and able to fend for themselves. To squeeze the best quality of life out of this short ride on the spinning blue and green marble.

So tell me about Maine, what is it like in your small town bubble? Love to wear the Chamber of Commerce hat and have a hand rolling out the red carpet.

So whatever you have for questions about the local area, the community events or schools, health care, the library… anything.

Let’s address those concerns and contingencies upon actually doing the eenie meenie miney moe. For the pin the tale on the Maine real estate property listing.

I’m Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker

207.532.6573 | [email protected] |

MOOERS REALTY 69 North Street Houlton ME 04730


Andrew Mooers

Welcome to our Maine real estate website. I am the father of four grown children, have listed, marketed, sold properties for over forty years. Lots of changes in the real estate industry over that many decades and daily we re-invent our job. I grew up on a Maine farm that I bought from by three older brothers. My youngest son continues in the tradition on that same Maine farm. Here to help with property searches for homes, farms, land, waterfront, multi housing rentals, small mom and pop business listings.

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