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If Listing, Selling Maine Real Estate Was Like Playing Hockey.

If Listing, Selling Maine Real Estate Was Like Playing Hockey.

If listing, selling Maine real estate was like the day to day of a NHL hockey player, the description of how it is done would be fun to follow.

The testimonials would be not just thank you’s for sensitivity in our Maine real estate sale.

Or about going the extra mile in this or that way that meant a lot to the buyer, seller or both.

But hand written notes and emails that had a sport writer’s twist on the real estate play by play.

With passion for the sport of ice hockey but applied to Maine real estate sales.

With “you played big for your size, saw the real estate ice well” and “covered more than your share of the real estate rink”.

“Your head swiveling to scan, study and know the next series of property listing sale moves before they were put into play.” And “anticipating what needed to happen before it required the TLC attention.”


“Always a step ahead and making it look easy to get us to the real estate closing on time.”

And the compliments spilling over into your personal life with a few “very mature on and off the real estate ice” observations. Or more details about “he’s strong on the samha hockey photolisting, quick with the moving of his feet to hustle in the detailed marketing”.

And “his marketing shot is quick release, long reaching, hard charging, hitting with a precision sting”.

His “quick hands found the goal twine, hit between the pipes over and over” and “you were a perfect fit for the listing, sale of our property in Maine.”

“When the going got tough with the home buying bank set backs, you could take a hit, gave a hit right back to knock things off center.”

“To pick up the pace, where the game had stalled to keep the real estate sale moving. When it was someone else that whiffed the puck, or forgot to do his/her part on on the squad to deliver.”

samha hockey photoAnd “you would stay out on a shift when no one else off the bench was willing to dedicate to what needed to be done in the real estate sale”.

By “going above and beyond”.To stay in the game.

Whatever it takes knowing there are no ugly goals in hockey, in life.

Do the job with fire in your belly passion.

Making it look easy.

Chasing down the loose ends, never losing sight of the target is the goal in any transaction, game. And “always being the first guy going into the tight corners” would be a neat thank you note to receive.

Being appreciated for quick, steady hands in the real estate video shooting, editing.

In the full array photo displayed all over the Internet. And listening to the details, samha hockey photoconcerns, contingencies of the Maine real estate sale buyers and sellers.

To make sure everyone got the transaction done with all the players involved, up to speed, involved.

To leave a good taste in everyone’s mouth at the buzzer.

Of good sportsmanship, professionism.

Here is a list of testimonials where someone else blows, toots our horn for real estate results, reactions during our listing, selling.

We love what we do and the kind words, recognition folks are moved to let us know about in their sale. That just serves to push us harder. Thank you for the hand written notes, gifts and positive sentiments and Maine real estate sale testimonials.

I’m Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker

207.532.6573  |  [email protected]   |  MOOERS REALTY 69 North Street Houlton Maine 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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