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Portland, Maine in the News!

Maine has so much to offer: a slower-paced lifestyle, less congestion, spectacular scenery and year round water and land outdoor activities.   The word about Maine has caught on, nationally. Recently, Read More

A Fall Visit to Maine

I don't think Summer is the best season in Maine.  To me, it is a matter of preference. I enjoy the crisper temperatures of Fall to enjoy the outdoors.  Outdoor fun possibilities are endless. Read More

More than a FOR SALE sign

I know Maine from the coast to the mountains. The journey from a graduate student to a Real Estate Broker in Maine has been nothing short of incredible. Like any business, there will be obstacles to overcome. I am proud to say, I have aligned myself with highly respected and talented people who just so happen to be REALTORS®. Read More

Why buy when you can rent?

You may be thinking "why buy when you can rent?"  OR "I'll wait for the market to settle down."  Are you debating renting versus purchasing a home?  The current financial climate and hot housing market may have you leaning in the direction of renting.  But let me give you a few things to think about on the side of purchasing a home to help you with that decision. Read More

Living the Lake Life in Maine

With 6,800 feet of shoreline, Sebago Lake is the largest and most well-known lake in Maine. It spans through the towns of Casco, Naples, Raymond, Sebago, Standish, Windham, Cumberland, Maine.  Available activities include boating, fishing, and BBQing. Sebago has other activities for summer fun: Seacoast Fun Park, an amusement park in nearby Windham,  and Point Sebago’s Championship golf course. Read More

Coastal Maine Living

Maine has the most beautiful rocky coastline in the country.  The fragrant sea breeze, the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks or breaking onto the shore, and the sand through your toes are Maine sensations of which we cannot get enough. Three of our clients’ very favorite southern Maine coastal towns are: Old Orchard Beach, Wells, and Kennebunkport. All small towns, but they explode with the excitement and bustle of tourists May through October.  Tourism is a staple income of the communities.  It is also a welcome sight each year- we’ve made it through another winter, let’s celebrate! Read More