I'm just saying. With all due respect. Stock brokers have to eat too. But when every channel you turn to, and many internet lead stories show hand cuffed, leg ironed big business CEO's forcibly dragged up a court house steep set of granite stairs, the light bulb comes on. You have to think that news, those media circus events on the nightly news help real estate brokers across the land.
Even the stock market brokerage house ads now show Joe and Jane Consumer saying "This time, I am watching the stock purchases...not going to put up with the churning".
You sense a hesitation to give that stock broker in the back seat of the limo on the phone, heading to pick up his monogram, freshly starched/pressed designer dress shirts any more of your hard earned dollars to play with, fritter. The buy and sell process to generate income to usually benefit the stock broker only is still in their memory. The reason for the hole in their retirement wallet. And not getting an increase to the 401K portfolio for the dog and pony gyrations still stings, smarts, aches as they get another year older, closer to retirement.
If you yourself had stocks that were lackluster and had dropped in value. And if you did not trust the company CEO, the stock broker who suggested the purchase, you might have an Ah Ha moment. Maybe real estate...a fixed, solid never evaporates or disappears investment that you can use for fun along the way in the case of Maine land, something on a lake or river. Or near a ski area, snowsled or atv trail is pretty special. I have always said Northern Maine's land is way way under valued. And the more busy, hectic, crime riddled the urban areas are, the more peace of mind owning forty acres in Maine hits you deep inside. If you want to talk about anything for Maine acreage from that one acre for $3950 all the way up to hundreds and hundreds of acres, call us. 207.532.6573. Do it now. Or shoot us an email with your concerns, property desires and the budget you have to work with. firstname.lastname@example.org
When you consider you can buy a 100 acres in the $500 an acre range, why are you still diddling with iffy stocks that may or may not have any value by the end of the day?Maine, get here as quick as you can. That waterfront property you buy is way way more fun than a stack of moldy, musty smelling stock options.
If you think big banks, stock brokerage houses are a big part of the mess our country is in, the folks we are bailing out with tax payer monies you worked hard to create, think real estate investments. Land, when you consider funding that 401K that you have lost faith in this year. Any money from an IRS refund this year? We can turn that check, no matter what size, in to some low cost, attractive Maine real estate investments to pass on to your loved ones. And enjoy in the meantime. Underneath all is the land. Without land, you have nothing to build on.