Maine Real Estate For Sale !

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If You Can Not See All The Real Estate Buyers In The Audience, Rut Ro.

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The property listings the real estate buyer needs, would find interesting, can afford.... are those the ones you seek out to meet the demand?

Or do you gravitate to real estate property listings you you self would find more appealing personally?

Would a not so clean, not too maintained and breathe through your mouth on the walk through cheap as dirt real estate listing cause you to shy away?

To avoid listing inventory across the board in the real estate cart you pull up and down the streets of the Internet?

Looking for buyers, of all types, price ranges, property listing types.

Afraid of fleas in the handy man or blue light special Mr. Fix It?

Or just sell luxury, high end opulent property listings dripping with elegance few get to know ? Or cater to something in between. The Hard Rock Cafe has a slogan of "Love All, Serve All". And if you probe deeper you see the extension of "And Create No Sorrow".

So selection, inventory, the depth of your property listings currently for sale. The real estate with your color sign tag hanging off or nailed to, stuck in the ground out front. How broad or narrow is what you list, market, sell? And lifestyles, do your property listings, the real estate you peddle appeal to various life hobbies or pleasurable pursuits? Everything centered around hunting, fishing, golfing, horse or truck farms?houlton maine commercial buildings photo

Historical properties that are on the National Register?

Tenement rental apartment houses that look like factory farm packed tight?

Lots of owner financing on properties banks can not find the round hole for the square peg and fit?

Variations on a real estate theme keep you from falling asleep.

Challenge and help reinvent our ever changing real estate industry right?

Maybe your real estate market is fine tuned, dialed in for a specific property listing type.

Large rolling farms, lots of waterfront vacation or recreational property listings are what ring the bell.

Maybe just raw land, or Victorian older housing stock with the patterned hardwood floors, tin ceilings, multiple fireplaces and carriage houses. 

Do you offer a wide, full selection of property listings? Or is the approach to the entire real estate paradigm to list a few of the most expensive properties and to attend fewer, but more lucrative real estate closings?

In Maine, a rural state off the beaten bath which insulates and protects it from spikes in property prices roller coasting way up and then watch out, here she comes down low as you can go.

It is something interesting all the time on the real estate menu. 

Never bored, always something new and different across the board for listing types coming and and heading out the door.

Small camp sites that are low cost and owner financed.

Nothing banks get involved in.

The simple houses that are structural sound but cosmetically challenged.

Some with ten foot pole marks creating a connect the dots patterns to get them back in the pink of health. But what the buyer that has a slug of relatives with DIY house carpentry skills is looking for.

Right up his alley and matched to his wallet that is a little thin, stretched to the max. But the buyer for the rough around the edges home is long on ambition, filled with what it takes to create sweat equity. And patient andrew mooers maine real estate broker phototo slowly transform the place over years not weeks with what he has to work with for income to buy the materials.

Or recycle from other house renovations that he gets in line for the "second time around" housing materials where the price was right. Free, take it, demo it out and it's yours to salvage, reuse.

So back to the lead in line on the Active Rain blog post designed for the real estate professional, do you list and sell a wide serve one, cater to all?

Or just a selection niche property listing type of real estate in your unique market place? Maine, big state, less people, more four season natural beauty.

I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker

 

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Comment balloon 7 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • March 05 2013 03:23AM

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When we represent a buyer, we will show them whatever they want to see. Although we deal in luxury real estate, we also work with the 55+ crowd who are looking to downsize and buy more affordable units. We enjoy the mx...

Posted by Lawrence "Larry" & Sheila Agranoff. Cell: 631-805-4400, Long Island Condo and Home Specialists (The Top Team @ Charles Rutenberg Realty 255 Executive Dr, Plainview NY 11803) almost 8 years ago

Good morning, Andy.... our niche is new construction; 55+ communities; luxury homes and land....if we find a fixer upper, we sell it to a builder to knock down and build a new home... I'd like to tear down all run down properties and build new.

Posted by Barbara Todaro, Previously Affiliated with The Todaro Team (RE/MAX Executive Realty - Retired ) almost 8 years ago

L and S ... Sometimes in a larger market, it can be niche for Luxury Listings, oooh laaa laaa swanky for the elite, special blue bloods in the audience. In Maine it is meat and potato simple. Real value, solid construction and no one gets snarky. Yes, we get lots of requests for recreation acreages. And stock the shelves with it all. Even lots of low cost, cheap junk Maine land listings. From A to Z, both ends of the real estate spectrum.

Barbara ... It's the spot not what's piled, stacked on the lot. Got it. We have more land than buildings, people so other way around on the real estate dog and pony. Went to Santa Monica CA and a broker out there had bought, tore down and built. Zero lots lines, space for only a car in front and had to park on the street. Every real estate market is so different. Land is scare in many! Plus lots of complicated zoning, building regulations can smother it.

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

Hi Andy. I have been serving buyers and sellers who have been in the less than $400,000 price range, but I would love to be in the upper end luxury homes too. I do have a niche to serve our military community, and the foreclosures in the area.

Posted by Jerry Newman, Texas REALTOR, San Antonio Military Relocation (Brown Realty, 210-789-4216,www.JeremiahNewman.com) almost 8 years ago

Jerry ... Good for you. In larger markets you have to stand out, be a little more specialized. Or there are not all the types of listings for properties in an urban area you would find in a rural one. Condos, co-operatives and glass multi story sky scapers that cause shadows are replaced with 500 acres parcels of land with waterfront and no buildings, just animals, wildlife.

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

As you know well, we serve the whole sphere here in Maine.  Our "luxury" properties are still far below the price of those in other areas of the country, and we still have those awesome, can pay for it in cash and add the sweat equity opportunities.  Waterfront dream homes, camps that have past their prime and need a second life, and even in town homes once abandoned and just waiting for someone to breathe new life into them.  We've got it all.

Posted by Kristen Wheatley, Supporting Success - Best Job in the World! (Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group) almost 8 years ago

Kristen ... Full deal and we always get it supersized, wrapped with tons of land because we have the space in Maine. Bigger, better, lower cost.

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

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