Maine Real Estate For Sale !


The Further North You Travel In Maine, The More Spacious, Low Cost The Real Estate.

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Maine is a big rural state loaded with low cost real estate.

Known for its fresh seafood caught from the deep waters off the rock bound Maine ocean coastline.

Sought after for its hiking, camping and Maine lake recreation options.

But often times you will be more impressed as a new visitor to Maine as you go down through the long long list of what we DON'T have.

You will be hand stand happy in Maine if you like to avoid long lines at stores.

If making eye contact, not avoiding a glance and waving, being friendly is more how you are built, wired. maine moose calf

You'll fit right in with the Maine down to earth, hard working, family oriented folks who live, work, and play in Vacationland.

No bumper to bumper traffic on clogged, noisy, dirty highway systems in Maine.

You will be pleasantly amused in Maine the 4th lowest crime state, with another statistic.

Maine is 46th lowest for foreclosure, short sale, repossession (FSSR).   

The property in Maine is low cost, with a healthy supply of inventory to select from, be matched with to fit.

If you relish carring a fully charged taser, having to avoid certain property listing neighborhoods Maine will be a disappointment.

You don't need to be street wise and always on maine rabbityour toes worried about security, personal safety of yourself and loved ones.  

In Maine no having your guard up with a constant vigil worrying about gang violence and property destruction either.

So sure, the crystal clean Maine lakes, rivers, ponds and ocean will provide lots of joy, beauty, recreational options no matter which four season.

The unspoiled Maine state parks, rolling woodlots that are loaded with wildlife and jaw dropping scenery will be an experience you are not soon to forget either.

You fool yourself in thinking you are only visiting Maine for a day. The next thing you know you have spent a life time here in Vacationland. It is not like this many places, if any at all exist.

maine lake kayaksUnfortunately eight out of ten folks live in a city, urban area.

Twenty five percent of their time is spent in time wasted to get to where they need to be, always in a hurry.

Behind the wheel with their brains smoking as rage builds and highway lane weaving becomes a dangerous sport you are exposed to like it or not.

The city schools more like factories herding in knap sack heavy, back stooped children by the thousands like cattle.

With metal detectors, over crowding, full time police working in the halls of the school, roaming halls with drug dogs.

Not a great atmosphere for the three all important "R"'s.

No home grown food, no patch of dirt to raise a chicken, garden or experience the great outdoors.

maine lobster boatStars at night in a city... what do they look like?

In Maine, at night in the winter especially, the first few times you look skyward, the black velvet night sky will startle you. Loaded, shining brilliantly with millions of diamond like twinkles, whithe light fireworks.

Over and over I hear Maine real estate buyers say "you're sky is so blue". I joke, what color is the sky in "your world" in the city?

Yellow hazed from pollution, dingy, with eerie shadows around the sun hidden behind polluted skies most respond.

Breathing that air in with all those cars, trucks, airplanes, factory stacks must be really healthy for you right?

maine lighthouse west quoddy down east lubec Maine, the change of lifestyle, the setting, scenery is going to be a big shake up for your system.

But it's like waking up, and starting a dream. Living life not like a Gerbil on a treadmill chasing the paper with dead Presidents printed on it.

But enjoying life.

Not hurried, rushed through it with anxious pangs, feelings of insecurity.

Feeling content, with life a whole new and improved experience.

Living life, not watching it.

Like someone let you outside for the first time from a place with no windows, no sunlight, no fun where you have been trapped a long long time. 

Loaded with lots of fear and worry but it becomes second nature by not living in Maine.

Considered the norm, like this everyone is in the same life shortening rat race.

It is not that way in Maine. Living a rich day to day with purpose, meaning. Put those city sky scrapers, the crowded no elbow room and hurry scurry in your rear view mirror. Head to Maine, the way life should be. You can live with no or a low real estate mortgage and not feel like you're being strangled, pinned to the wall with mountains of debt pulling you under from nose bleed high real estate property prices. Our fun is no cost, low cost too. Money is taken out of the equation, replaced with self satisfaction of more do it yourself experiences, skill development.

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Comment balloon 14 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • September 27 2011 09:21AM


Andrew, I'm usually a "lurker" on your blogs.  You do such an excellent job at showcasing properties.  I love your photos and informational narratives.

I love Maine, but not in the winter.  My son just came back from Ox Bow where he was hunting for bear.  It would be cool to own some land and maybe at some point I might consider it.  (My husband would kill me)  He wants to head south.

Just wanted to stop by and tell you - you do an excellent job with your blogs.

Posted by Bonnie Vaughan, CNE SFR - Buyers/Sellers - Lackawanna & Surroundin almost 8 years ago

Bonnie... Winter usually is a questions.... so we address it in the FAQ Maine video. Anyone that has been here to down hill and cross country ski, to ice fish and snowsled or play pond hockey likes this season just as much (some more) than the other three that are pretty stellar. I could not go from air conditioned to air conditioned humid, bristering hot day in and day out climates. I would feel like a piece of meat in a cooler... or like I was hiding out in AC hibernation. To each his own... I am heat intolerate maybe! Thanks for the kind words!

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago
Hi Andrew, We're spending some time this week in your great state of Maine..makes me want to buy a place..only person I would call is YOU!
Posted by Brin Realty Associates Team At Bean Group, Amherst NH homes and Southern NH real estate (Bean Group | Brin Realty Associates) almost 8 years ago

You are lucky to be here with the nice day after day weather Rene.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago

I have friends who visit your state often in summer.  They always talk about its pristine beauty.  You also have a couple great U.S. Senators there, that I admire - Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe.  I often think if we could clone them, we wouldn't have as dysfunctional of a Congress as we do.

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) almost 8 years ago

Oh wow!!!  Now I can see myself living here!  I am across the us out in California, so it seems light years away!

Posted by Chris Alston, Silicon Valley, California (Chris Alston (Keller Williams Realty, Silicon Valley, California)) almost 8 years ago

Myrl ... Thank you for the kind words.

Chris ... CA is fun, Maine has its own unique set of stellar qualities people enjoy too. We're lucky in live in this country... and exploring it before health, age set in to keep you home helps you grow, learn, enjoy life.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago

  Your pictorial descriptions of the state you love make us want to consider a trip east....look could be invaded by Rainers !

Posted by Sally K. & David L. Hanson, WI Realtors - Luxury - Divorce (EXP Realty 414-525-0563) almost 8 years ago

S and D .. Plenty of Maine lobsters, steamed clams, baked potatoes and fresh hot out of the oven Maine blueberry pie to go around. Come check out some lighthouses, see a moose and relax in Vacationland.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago

Andrew I almost started packing:)  But I do so love looking at my snow capped Pikes Peak every day.  Us Coloradoans can't tell what direction we are going unless we have those mountains beside us! 

You really did a great job of showing off your great state. 

Posted by Lorraine Sayer, Realtor ABR,CDPE,GRI - Colorado Springs,CO RE/MAX (Monument, Black Forest, Falcon, Fountain homes ) almost 8 years ago

Lorraine ... Thanks... this might be how it would look if we changed places, trading real estate locations for a week from Maine to Colorado.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago

Andrew - What a well written post, Maine does sound like a beautiful place to call home.

Posted by Michelle Gibson, REALTOR (Hansen Real Estate Group Inc. ) almost 8 years ago

Michelle... It is a neat place to raise a family, work, enjoy our four season surroundings for sure. Thanks for stopping in.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 8 years ago

Still photos? Will Kenny G. be far behind? Nicely done as he pulls out the telephoto to capture far and near his great state to display.

Posted by Steve and Jan Bachman, Realtors - Northern Virginia (RE/MAX Gateway, Reston, Herndon, Ashburn, Sterling, Fairfax ) almost 8 years ago

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