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MEREDA Index: State’s real estate activity hits 10-year high

The MEREDA Index, a quarterly measure of real estate activity in Maine, hit a 10-year peak through the third quarter of 2017, reaching 96 overall in a composite measurement covering new development, transactions involving existing properties, residential and commercial development.

“The chief takeaway is that the commercial and residential real estate markets, as well as construction employment, are continuing to be very strong,” Paul Peck, an attorney at Drummond & Drummond who serves as president of the Maine Real Estate and Development Association’s board, told Mainebiz in a telephone interview prior to the unveiling of the index at MEREDA’s annual real estate forecast conference today in Portland that was attended by more than 800 people. “It’s the highest level we’ve been at since the index began in the first quarter of 2006 — so that’s good news for Maine.”

Peck, who also is a principal at LWS Development, said the real estate sector has become the second-most-important driver of Maine’s GDP, behind only health care, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Peck pointed out that construction employment posted a 6.7% increase during the past six months, which is one of the strongest six-month periods for that indicator since 2010.

“That’s significant,” he said. “Those a very good-paying jobs.”

In his written comments within the MEREDA Index report, Peck acknowledged that the flip side of the positive growth trend in construction employment — which includes both development and redevelopment in both the residential and commercial sectors — is the continuing challenge Maine contractors and subcontractors face in finding the workers they need.

“Growing capacity on the construction side of our industry will be the key to maintaining our economic trajectory,” Peck stated. “The demand exists, and this segment would likely grow more robustly if more skilled workers were available.”

Peck said MEREDA will be devoting more time and attention to workforce development in the construction trades during 2018. He said innovation and taking advantage of new building technologies involving offsite construction of modular units, which accelerate onsite construction and allow for fewer onsite workers, are two potential answers to the workforce problem that MEREDA and its members will be looking at more closely.

Commercial component

Shelly Clark, MEREDA’s vice president of operations, in her written comments reported that the MEREDA index — which is a composite of nine seasonally adjusted measures — showed a 1.5% gain over the six months from March to September 2017 and a 1.2% gain over the 12 months between September 2016 and September 2017.

The commercial component, which comprises 50% of the composite index, posted a modest retraction from the prior year, with the overall market declining by 1.6% in the six months ending in September.

“The commercial component overall still stands above the pre-recession levels (on all measures except square footage),” reported Shawn McKenna, vice president of commercial banking at Bangor Savings Bank. “This reflects the overall state of the Maine economy, which has also reached pre-recession levels of employment but is growing at a very slow pace, indicating relatively weak demand for commercial space.”

McKenna said much of the financing activity seen over the past year has been tied to “new construction projects still in the works, not yet ‘shovel ready,” and so would not dramatically impact economic indicators for another six months.

“Looking forward, there are some possible headwinds in the commercial market, primarily in the form of rising interest rates,” McKenna reported. “However, any dampening that higher interest rates may have is likely to be offset by the recent passage of the tax reform bill and continued competition among banks and other lending institutions for quality real estate transactions.”

Residential component

The residential component, which comprises 40% of the composite index, saw 5.8% growth between March and September 2017 and 5.2% for the year-to-year period that ended in September 2017. Permits for new single- and multi-family construction posted more than 20% growth on a seasonally adjusted basis from March to September.

“Demand for housing in urban centers continues to build,” reported Erin Cooperrider, development director of Community Housing of Maine and a principal of The NewHeight Group. “This was dramatically evident in Portland, with more than a dozen construction projects underway in 2017. Many of these were market-rate projects, and the ongoing need for affordable housing is acute in Portland, where 71% of renters have low incomes and 74% of local home owners were unable to afford the median home price.”

Looking ahead, Cooperrider cited worker shortages as a concern that is likely to continue in 2018. “In combination with rising interest rates, this will start to slow production,” she stated.

Construction component

The construction component, which comprises 10% of the composite index, rose 6.7% over the past six months — the strongest six-month period since 2010.

Joe Picoraro, vice president of PC Construction Co., reported that PC’s tracking and pursuit of projects mirrors the MEREDA Index’s finding that “the residential market has recently shown stronger growth metrics as compared with commercial markets.”

Picoraro reported that residential, commercial and industrial market sectors are likely to see “some level of continued growth” into 2018.

Sotheby’s International Realty Expands Presence to the Southern Oregon Coast

PORTLAND, ME (January 3 , 2018) – Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in PortlandKennebunkBrunswickDamariscotta, and Camden, announced that today announced that Bandon Property Sales in Bandon, Oregon, is the newest member of its global network and will now operate as Coastal Sotheby’s International Realty.

The firm, which is owned and operated by Hunter Finch, has served the luxury residential real estate markets of Bandon and the southern Oregon coast for over a decade.

“The southern coast of Oregon is ideal for year-round living,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer of Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “An invigorating mix of ocean, nature, and small-town living, the area caters to a relaxed lifestyle. We are proud to have Coastal Sotheby’s International Realty showcase the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand in this market.”

“We believe in empowering real estate buyers and sellers with the tools and guidance to make informed decisions,” said Finch. “We are driven to exceed expectations and dedicated to providing the highest level or service to meet the needs of our clients. The Sotheby’s International Realty brand offers unparalleled marketing and technology which will allow us to showcase Bandon like never before to a global market.”

Coastal Sotheby’s International Realty is the second Sotheby’s International Realty affiliate in Oregon; also operating in the state is Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty with 11 offices in locations including Portland, Bend, and the northern Oregon coast.

The Sotheby’s International Realty network currently has more than 21,000 affiliated independent sales associates located in 930 offices in 69 countries and territories worldwide. In 2016, the brand achieved a record global sales volume of $95 billion USD. Coastal Sotheby’s International Realty listings will be marketed on the sothebysrealty.com global website. In addition to the referral opportunities and widened exposure generated from this source, the firm’s brokers and clients will benefit from an association with the Sotheby’s auction house and worldwide Sotheby’s International Realty marketing programs. Each office is independently owned and operated.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Damariscotta, Kennebunk, Portland, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

Maine Home Sales Up 11.46 Percent In November 2017

PORTLAND, ME (Dec 20, 2017) Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden,  has  announced that sales of single-family existing homes increased by double digits last month. According to Maine Listings, Realtors across the state sold 1,576 homes during November, which represents an increase of 11.46 percent from a year ago. The median sales price (MSP) for those homes rose 4.24 percent to $200,000. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and half sold for less.

“The slightly slower pace of winter is a great time to sell and buy real estate,” says Greg Gosselin, Broker/Owner of Gosselin Realty Group in York and 2017 President of the Maine Association of REALTORS®. “Buyers tend to be serious and pre-qualified for mortgage financing. Since fewer homes are coming onto the market during the holidays, sellers who list their homes for sale get added attention for their properties. Homes that are properly prepared, positioned, and priced will sell whether it snows or not.

“Through November, the number of home sales statewide in 2017 has exceeded the best-ever 2016 by 0.6 percent. We’re hoping that strong sales activity in December will push 2017 to claim the number one all-time ranking,” added Gosselin.

The National Association of Realtors reported a 3.2 percent national increase in sales of single-family existing homes across the country. The national MSP rose 5.4 percent to $248,800. Regionally, sales in the Northeast were up 6.7 percent and the regional MSP rose 4.0 percent to $273,600.

Below are two charts showing statistics for Maine and its 16 counties. The first chart lists statistics for the month of November only, statewide. The second chart compares the number of existing, single-family homes sold (units) and volume (MSP) during the rolling quarter of September, October and November of 2016 and 2017.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

Maine Home Prices Rise 8 Percent In October

PORTLAND, ME (Nov. 21, 2017) 

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden,  has  announced that home buyers across Maine have been active this fall season. Maine Listings announced today that sales of single-family existing homes increased by 8.05 percent in October 2017, statewide, compared to October 2016. Prices also jumped 6.49 percent to a median sales price (MSP) of $205,000 comparing October 2017 to October 2016. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and half sold for less.

“We’ve been hearing for many months that a shortage of for-sale inventory had hindered the potential for 2017 real estate markets. While the for-sale inventory levels continue to be historically low, they are increasing, and buyers are now finding options and purchasing the right home for their needs,” says Greg Gosselin, Broker/Owner of Gosselin Realty Group in York and 2017 President of the Maine Association of REALTORS®.

“The past four months, including these very strong October numbers have brought us on par with the record-setting 2016. To date in 2017, the number of home sales statewide is just 0.4 percent below last year. Buyers hoping to be settled before winter should provide a strong ending to the year,” added Gosselin.

According to the National Association of Realtors, sales of single-family existing homes eased 1.0 percent nationally comparing October 2017 to October 2016. The national MSP reached $248,300 in October, a 5.4 percent increase. Regionally, sales in the Northeast rose 4.2 percent and the regional MSP jumped 6.6 percent to $272,800 last month.

Below are two charts showing statistics for Maine and its 16 counties. The first chart lists statistics for the month of October only, statewide. The second chart compares the number of existing, single-family homes sold (units) and volume (MSP) during the rolling quarter of August, September and October of 2016 and 2017.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

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Maine Home Prices Rise 3.54 Percent In June

PORTLAND, ME (July 24, 2017) – Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden,  has  announced that  Maine real estate continues to rise in value, even with some slight declines in sales. According to Maine Listings, single-family existing homes across the state experienced a 3.54 percent increase in the median sales price (MSP), to $205,000 comparing June 2017 to June 2016. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and half sold for less. Sales of single-family existing homes eased 3.62 percent in June.

“Coming off a record-breaking 2016, our June 2017 numbers show continued strength,” states Greg Gosselin, 2017 President of the Maine Association of REALTORS®. “For the state, the number of homes sold in June 2017 is nearly eight percent higher than the most recent three-year June average.

“Homes that are move-in ready and priced appropriately are quickly under contract. Buyers are plentiful and seeking the long-term financial benefits of home ownership.”

According to the National Association of Realtors, home sales across the country in June increased 0.7 percent compared to June 2016. The national MSP of $266,200 reflects a 6.6 percent increase. Regionally, sales in the Northeast increased 1.3 percent while the regional MSP rose 4.1 percent to $296,300.

Below are two charts showing statistics for Maine and its 16 counties. The first chart lists statistics for the month of June only, statewide. The second chart compares the number of existing, single-family homes sold (units) and volume (MSP) during the rolling quarter of April, May and June of 2016 and 2017.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

Maine Home Prices Rise 5.12 Percent In May

PORTLAND, ME (June 27, 2017) – Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden,  has  announced that Lower-than-normal inventory of existing single-family homes in Maine led to an 8.85 percent decline in May 2017 sales. However, according to Maine Listings, the median sales price (MSP) for the 1,524 homes sold last month rose 5.12 percent to $200,000. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and half sold for less.

“2016 was a record year for real estate in Maine,” states Greg Gosselin, 2017 President of the Maine Association of REALTORS®, “and while these current numbers show a decline from last year’s highs, the 2017 May and Rolling Quarter Statistics are the second highest numbers during this time period, since we began keeping records in 2003.

“For sale inventory is 20 percent lower than this time last year, and multiple offer situations are becoming more prevalent for properties that are move-in ready and properly priced.”

Nationally, single-family home sales increased 2.7 percent. The National Association of Realtors reported a nationwide MSP of $254,600—a 6.0 percent jump from one year ago. The Northeastern US experienced a sales increase of 2.6 percent and the regional MSP rose 4.7 percent to $281,300.

Below are two charts showing statistics for Maine and its 16 counties. The first chart lists statistics for the month of May only, statewide. The second chart compares the number of existing, single-family homes sold (units) and volume (MSP) during the rolling quarter of March, April and May of 2016 and 2017.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

New Hampshire Real Estate Prices Up and Sales Down In May

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Put the market message on a loop, because it hasn’t changed in a while: Sellers’ market, inventory low, closed sales down, and prices on the rise.

Among the statewide highlights:

Inventory: There were 5,982 residential homes on the market at the end of May, a 27 percent decrease from May 2016. That meant a 4.1 months’ supply, the lowest May in at least 12 years and 28 percent lower than a year ago. The good news: 3,130 new listings came to the market in May, a 5 percent increase from 2016.

Closed sales: With substantially less inventory, it’s no surprise that the 1,612 closed sales was 4 percent lower than May 2016. On the other hand, condo sales were actually up in May, with a 9 percent increase over a year earlier.

Median sales price: Sellers continue to have the advantage, leading to a $270,250 median sales price in May, nearly 10 percent higher than 2016. Year to date, the $256,000 through the first five months was just under 7 percent ahead of a year ago.

Days on market: With those dynamics in place, average days on the market dropped dramatically as well, down to 70 days statewide in May, a 9 percent decrease.

There’s plenty more information where that came from. The New Hampshire REALTORS market report includes 10 different categories and historical data going back to 2006, as well as county-level data. Also included below is the long-term statewide data, dating back to 1998.

Maine Home Prices Rise 2.78 Percent In April

PORTLAND, ME (May 24, 2017) – Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden,  has  announced that low inventory of single-family existing homes contributed to a 13.93 percent decrease in sales figures across Maine comparing April 2017 to April 2016. REALTORS® reported 1,106 homes changed hands last month, and the median sales price (MSP) for those homes rose 2.78 percent to $185,000. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and half sold for less.

“Across Maine, for-sale inventory is tight. Single family homes actively listed for sale in April 2017 were down 25 percent statewide, compared to April 2016,” states Greg Gosselin, 2017 President of the Maine Association of REALTORS®. “Low inventory is impacting potential sellers as well. Some are hesitant to list their homes without a suitable ‘next step’ to move into, but now is a great time to work with your REALTOR® to navigate the real estate market, whether you are on the selling end or buying end of the transaction.”

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) today reported a national sales increase of 1.6 percent in the past year for single-family existing homes. A national MSP of $246,100 in April reflects a rise of 6.1 percent. Regionally, sales in the northeast dipped 2.7 percent while the regional MSP increased 1.6 percent to $267,700.

Gosselin added, “The basics continue; families need someplace to live, interest rates continue to be historically low, and owning your own home and real estate is one of the best ways to build your net worth over the long term.”

Below are two charts showing statistics for Maine and its 16 counties. The first chart lists statistics for the month of April only, statewide. The second chart compares the number of existing, single-family homes sold (units) and volume (MSP) during the rolling quarter of February, March and April of 2016 and 2017.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)

Sotheby’s International Realty Expands Presence in Greece

PORTLAND, ME (May 25, 2017) – Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in DamariscottaPortlandKennebunkBrunswick, and Camden, announced today that Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC has  announced that it has signed a long-term franchise agreement with Greece One Realty Limited to further expand the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand presence in Greece and with Rodon Realty P.C. for the opening of Rhodes Sotheby’s International Realty in Rhodes.

Greece Sotheby’s International Realty is led by seasoned real estate professionals Savvas Savvaidis, president and chief executive officer, and Natalie Leontaraki, chief operations officer. Savvaidis also serves as the chief executive officer of Rhodes Sotheby’s International Realty. With a flagship office in the historic capital city of Athens, Greece Sotheby’s International Realty will continue to serve the luxury residential real estate market throughout the country and in key areas including Mykonos, Crete and Corfu, while Rhodes Sotheby’s International Realty will focus on the unique market in Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands of Greece.

“Greece and its islands are emerging as an attractive luxury real estate market in the Mediterranean,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer of Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “Rhodes is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece known for its rich history, beaches and 300 days of sunshine, and we are proud to have Savvas Savvaidis at the helm of this expansion within the country.”

“The luxury real estate sector in Greece has a promising future,” says Savvaidis. “Greece’s luxury tourism market is expanding rapidly while state-of-the-art golf resorts and branded mixed-use developments are creating a strong luxury footprint in the Mediterranean. Being a part of the Sotheby’s International Realty brand allows us access to unparalleled marketing platforms for these high-end developments, an excellent recipe for a successful business operation.”

The Sotheby’s International Realty network currently has more than 20,000 affiliated independent sales associates located in approximately 880 offices in 69 countries and territories worldwide. In 2016, the brand achieved a record global sales volume of $95 billion USD. Greece Sotheby’s International Realty and Rhodes Sotheby’s International Realty listings will be marketed on the sothebysrealty.com global website. In addition to the referral opportunities and widened exposure generated from this source, the firm’s brokers and clients will benefit from an association with the Sotheby’s auction house and worldwide Sotheby’s International Realty marketing programs. Each office is independently owned and operated.

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can be reached at 207-780-8900, by email at info@legacysir.comand via our website LegacySIR.comLegacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Damariscotta, Brunswick, and Camden, is Maine’s leading luxury and lifestyle property company with more than 70 agents and 5 offices serving Maine coastal communities from York County to Hancock County as well as the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Offices Located at:

2 City Center, Portland, ME 04101 – 207-780-8900 (Greater Portland Real Estate)

141 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 – 207- (Mid-Coast Maine Real Estate)

150 Port Road, Lower Village, Kennebunk, ME 04043 – 207-967-0934 (York, Ogunquit, Kittery, the Kennebunks, Biddeford and Seacoast New Hampshire)

170 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543 – 207-563-2775 (Bristol, Christmas Cove, Boothbay Harbor)

46 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 – 207-230-1003 (Camden, Rockport, Mount Desert, Mid-Coast)