Big real estate markets have lots of professionals crowded around the trough.
You gotta have a stager to get the house ship shape. You need a REALTOR to watch over the building process.
You need an attorney with an esquire after his or her name.
To eyeball the bank paperwork, represent all the interests.
And everyone else needs to lawyer up too.
All the chairs around the long conference room table get used in large real estate market closings. You need insurance for this, this and oh yeah that.
The tab for the layers of players, all the A - Z inspectors built into all those zero places in the purchase price tag of the real estate listings.
In a small rural Maine real estate market, all that changes. The prices for the property listings are low hanging.
Closer to the ground which means simple happens. The buyers and sellers we deal with are not just highly specialized in one area and severely lacking or blind in others.
No no, the hands on way folks are raised in Maine means you are not a stranger to power tools. Very hands on and confident from experiences growing up.