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The World Closing In, Like Four Walls Inching Closer? Not Like That In Maine.

Wide open space...miles and miles of scenery, deer infested woods with other wildlife galore and not wall to wall people.

Farms, woodland, recreational options everywhere you look in Maine's wilderness, your new backyard. Amity..population 200. Put it over the top. Early 1800's farm house, view of Maine's highest mountain out back, Katahdin which is the center piece of Baxter State Park. Land, apple orchard, privacy. 2 baths, large country kitchen like the Walton's. Asking $129,900. Pump us with lots of questions. Shoot us an email. Enjoy the video and its okay to put your feet on that chair at your place in front of you. (Light dimming)

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • February 02 2010 04:20PM


Hi Andrew,

That looks like a very nice piece of property - I especially like the neighbors!


Posted by Marc Iafrate, MBA, MBA - Wake County Real Estate Search (Capital City Realty Team) almost 11 years ago

Hi Andrew!  Great video!  I love the sleeping beauty!  Best of luck selling this quickly!  I can't believe the price--for TEN acres!

Hey, how did you make that video?  Do you have special software or it the same program that comes with the Flip Video camera?  I've had mine for about a year and have still not gotten around to using it very often!

Have a great Wednesday...

Posted by Debe Maxwell, CRS, The right Charlotte REALTOR! ( | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | (704) 491-3310) almost 11 years ago

Marc..the Maine moose, deer are interested in the apple trees and all that low hanging fruit. In small towns in Maine the 200 person size, that is where the wildlife flocks. Where it is not noisy. You don't want to hit one of these four legged wonders at 55 or 65 on Interstate 95 though. It does more than a 100 dollars damage and you are lucky to walk away from the wreck.

     Debe..the price is right in Northern Maine. And it is a neat area to be in..I have found my place under the sun to raise a family, have fun in the great four season outdoors. walking, gets easier as you grab hold of furniture to steady yourself and maneuver around the living room for starters. Video is a jealous master prepared that it will takes hours and hours in the beginning because you are brand new. No Flip camera. And don't think you are going to scrape off the three inches of dust from the camera you got a year ago and just throw together one or two videos for just the high end stuff. Your buyers once they see one, want and rightfully expect the same treatment for your other listings, and your local events and even your brand. Your sellers also surf and will say, hey, what's wrong with my come I don't deserve a video that looks like you spend more than three minutes on. Slide shows are NOT videos. And audio is 40% of the experience. With print copy/images you only use the buyers eyeballs. With video, you running yo8ur hand along a smooth marbel or granite counter top taps in to the buyer's sense of touch as you describe it by tickling their ears with one on one conversational information about the place you dragged them in to to tour.

     Start with the basic movie maker on most computers and the video generator in your real estate camera you carry in the holster now. You already have what you need. And if the spark hits, graduate to Sony Vegas software and an HD camera. Elements you need to work with are the transitions, weaving in maps, even stills when it is winter and you have the inside covered but don't want to reshoot a spring video. So get the owner to supply some sunny outside images without a slew of family members holding cans with messed up hair and Stephen King like grins from a party you stumbled in to.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 11 years ago

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