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Mooers Realty Maine Real Estate Blog

The Process Of Buying And Selling Real Estate In Maine Explained. The Local Community Simple Maine Way Of Life Showcased. Learn More About Maine, The Real Estate Listings, Financing, Legal Red Flags To Recognize And More. Andrew Mooers Is A 40 Year Veteran Maine Real Estate Broker In Houlton ME In Aroostook County.

Maine Real Estate Blogs, Posts

Buying or selling Maine real estate is serious business. Emotional too because it involves good and bad, up and down periods of a person's life when change is needed.

maineorganicfarmsIt is easier to buy a property in Maine when you don't have a mortgaged one to sell too. So the fine art of listing, marketing, and the pitfalls, the twists and turns that can cause a property sale train wreck. Require careful study, guidance, direction.

Our Maine real estate blogs showcase the local area, put it on the hinterland map.

Help explain the process, define realistic expectations and show case how the dog and pony real estate process has evolved. Since the invention of a little device called the Internet. To spread the word on the local areas of Maine and the property listings to consider buying in Vacationland.

More than one horse in any race means better odds of finishing in the top third.

More than one ribbon. And in today's world of no time, drive through quick delivery any hour of the day expected please, chop chop right now is critical.

And dominating the front page of a search engine for Maine real estate related terms, local community information means working hard to own that index.

Because you and I know spending time on line, delays in getting what we are after means six seconds maximum hold time. Before we back out. Neck rain the mouse around, give 'er the boots. And keep looking down the Internet marketing trail. To find what we came after.

Information on more than property listings in Maine is what any real estate blog that is worth it's weight in salt should provide consistently, predicatably. Every visit to assure another happens. Building a relationship for life.

Not slam bam over and over boring market reports on the state as a whole. Market reports, trends are all great for the bean counter in the audience. Or for a quick copy and paste insertion that did not require much effort for a cheap hit of SEO Google juice. But giving the reader of the Maine real estate blog something more. Zeroing in on the target area of the state they are hungry, thirsty for more information on. To explain why there is a shortage of this type of real estate listing and how an investor could fill that void. Develop. Or why it will remain this way for peace of mind that change overnight is not going to happen here in Maine like it exploded, did in the last known address for the real estate buyer.

The Maine real estate blog posts also talk about people, human nature.

Why when eight of our ten of us is like it or not, jammed in an urban setting. In a city where folks are packed like sardines. And not so hand stand, jump up and down happy about it either. So dreaming about a place like Maine, where there is space. The 4th lowest state crime statistic to go with it. All this natural, unspoiled beauty. The lifestyle, the small Maine town where everyone pitches in and makes home made special, local events happen. Where family values still exist and money is not everything. Not the end all to making a good life in rural Maine. Used to do more good for others than just to impress and personal satisfaction to create envy or relay a sense of  hoity-toity status. Yuck.

Variety is the spice of life right?

Luckily people don't come in just 31 flavors like ice cream.

Please follow this, our red site Mooers Realty Maine Real Estate Blog posts. The one with a little different approach to fill the gaps on our blue site, the Own Maine Real Estate Blog. Or for just the flavor, the community splash and just the lifestyle, the 500 entries on the Me In Maine Blog help round out the marketing music.

The industry standard Active Rain Maine Real Estate Blog has close to 3000 posts about a zillion, slew of subjects. Subscribe to our Active Rain Mooers Realty Maine Real Estate Blog Post feed.

All blogs some how tied, linked to Maine real estate related topics.

mainebullbarnwinterExplored, hashed, revisited, updated and pounded out daily. Hunt and pecked to spread the word on life in Maine, the property listings and real estate related topics that show and tell.

As life changes, the information, news about it does too. And there's nothing like a blog daily post to reflect it.  

Like having the reader on board and living local.

Among the fewer but way way friendly people than they are accustom to on the other end.

To relay what is happening here to wherever you are now. Our Tumblr Maine Real Estate microblog is quick and easy and one additional to the information media moving family we use for the delivery job.

If you are just after your information one picture at a time, double click the Flickr Mooers Realty Photostream. See what we are so excited about. Why we live, work, do for fun here on a still frame at a time in. Captured from all four seasons. Outdoors in Maine where we spend most of our time.

Or tap into the full motion sight and sound delivery of area information, property listings with our Maine real estate video channel. the by far easiest, most complete experience on line to get what you came in off the Internet for. Simple, easy, memorable. Fun to share, deliver from this end. To complete what ends up behind your eyes, between your ears wherever you are tapping in from around the planet Earth.

I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker

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