Maine Real Estate For Sale !

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Your Tax Accountant Stratches His Head, Leans Back, Stretches. Your Income Is Big.

You see a lot of money come in, go out. Go thru your fingers like designer water.

Where you live in a city, urban area the sieve,income drainmoney is good but where did it go? Do you feel like you "live in a sieve"? At the end of the year, when you huddle over a desk with the bean counter with a calculator whirling and your box of financial records, receipts and statements, you remember the same feeling from last year right about now. Your taxes and the lifestyle, the spending, the bracket you are in income wise can be a sobering "ah ha" moment.

     In Maine, we don't let money rule our lives because we don't need a lot to lead a rich, fulfilled lifestyle. The car you drive, the designer clothers and shiny jewels, trinkets you throw on your body are no longer important in Maine. The where have you been, what have you learned is. Genuine interest in others. Comparing notes on what has worked, what needs to be changed is a group session when you meet a down to earth Mainer in a diner, hiking, fishing, farming or hunting. Its about people, not possessions. Families, not country clubs, debut coming outs, polo matches, monograms and cufflinks drinking bubbly in a tall flute of 28% lead crystal. Not about thinking we are special, pampered, the center of attention or awed, sought after. Snobs in white ivory towers are cold, removed, lonely and boring. They just are not fun, or there when you need them for a hand with a jump start of a dead battery. Or to help fix a leaky faucet, give you a hand with repairing a tractor, shearing a sheep. Or to bring a lassagna to a church supper, help out at a local school fund raiser for a kid musical trip out of state.

In Maine its caring about others...not about me. Not you yourself and I. It's the great outdoors, unspoiled four seasons that is the attraction. Staggering mortgages and swanky anything just are not how we roll in Maine. Not put on the earth to impress, call attention to ourselves or to join the race for material things. Flaunted affluence is uncomfortable, a waste, a production true simple living Mainers avoid like the plague. Instead it is low cost real estate, the great outdoors for your backyard that we enjoy. That sets the tone for how we live and what we consider as important to us...not for show to others for a display. Our happiness is an inside job, defined internally. Not externally tapped in, collected simply from the reactions of others. We can lead our own lives, be ourselves in Maine. Things fit together like "peas and carrots" that Mr Gump realized. We're happy within our skins here.

    

Having everything you need, not everything you think you want or hanker.

     maine youth working,me potato harvestSo now you ponder what you make where you live now. What it "costs" and what is missing. Is there a place where you could be happier, fuller, healthier and to hang on to some of the coin for retirement with a low cost Maine setting ? And to fill your life with the events, the settings in Maine that don't cost anything other than a little gas to get to? Is there a place like Maine?

     Watch our Maine videos to learn about the low cost real estate, the flavor of living here.

     Take in the Maine slide show that's easy to swallow, eye opener one at a time fashion.

     Stay tuned to this blog and other Maine living blogs. And ask lots, lots of questions. Call anytime. 207.532.6573 Fire off an email. info@mooersrealty.com Or visit us live and in person, full color at 69 North Street Houlton Maine 04730.

     We are no "life coach" but have this area of Maine figured out and can share what we have learned, how to enhance the experience. Watch the FAQ Maine video. 

     If you just need a sample of Maine, a small piece to own to run away to from the pressure cooker you reside, survive, do battle in day to day call or email. We'll get you off that "sieve where you live" for perspective and for little cash. We have recreational investment properties for that need, urge. Or for full time living in any stage of your life, Maine real estate is Soooooo affordable. We're here to help whatever the Maine real estate need.

Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers

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Comment balloon 2 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • February 13 2010 09:42AM

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 The midwest...and I would think more especially our area is quite financially conservative...and it is refreshing to meet 30 ish year olds who have a home with equity AND a healthy 5 figure savings account to put toward a larger home...grow their family....and live happily ever after...sounds like you could do that in Maine as well...

Posted by Sally K. & David L. Hanson, WI Real Estate Agents - Luxury - Divorce (EXP Realty 414-525-0563) almost 11 years ago
Better impulse control and not spending every cent and going head over heels in debt. No borrowing to the hilt. Habits that revolve on the fun factor being tied to the amount of money spent ...well we are not held hostage by the money component for entertainment.We save that money for the important elements...having and getting that roof over our head paid for, taken care of. Part of the basic foundation to sleep nights, show our kids how to ease up on the galloping gimmees on the spending button.
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 11 years ago

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