Friday, November 27, 2009
This Danforth Maine home is sided, been updated and has the original arches, stained glass and bay windows. $30's! Only in Maine can you get this much home real estate for this little. Maine, get here quick as you can. Call now 207.532.6573 Email your questions. Danforth Maine is near Grand Lake, the third largest lake in the state. Retire, relocate here and at this price $39,900 you can own a second home like you tax man said to be on the eagle eye outlook for. Watch the Maine real estate video.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Walk to downtown, schools, park, church easily here. Houlton Maine is on the New Brunswick Canadian border and is the county seat for Arooostook. Watch the Maine home video. Ask lots of questions. 207.532.6573 Email us. Log on www.mooersrealty.com $225,900. Follow our MeInMaine Blog.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Black Friday, Big Box Stores Offer Early Morning Special Product Pricing If You Get Up Early Enough.
How great a shape are you in, how much patience do you have to shop the day after Thanksgiving... Black Friday? Do you have an antsy feeling thinking you are missing out on a deal? That you should set the clock for 3am, head to bed early to be one of the brave souls armed for a deal at a local Walmart, Target, Kmart store?
Nevermind that maybe there are only 4 of those items you seek like the Holy Grail at that store and the lines. You still would feel like a proud holiday warrior heading out in to the parking lot as the sun rises with a Blue Ray dvd player under your arms for $75 that retails for $300 normally.
What are your Christmas shopping plans for Black Friday, one of the biggest holiday retail days of the year? Happy Holidays. Hope your Christmas shopping plans for this friday, Black Friday, go as planned!
Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers
Monday, November 23, 2009
The Rotary District 7810 Governor's New Letter...This District Straddles The US / Canadian Border And Is Unique!
Rotary Review District 7810 News letterOctober/November 2009 #3DG Gordon A. Dempsey
email@example.comMessage from District Governor Gordon Dempsey
In sitting down to do this month’s newsletter I was quick to realize that we are already four months in to the new club year. Where does the time go? I sense by the activity in the clubs that they too are on their way to a very productive club year. A lot has been happening in our district.For me, by the time this newsletter reaches everyone I willhave completed all my scheduled club visits and will have rolled up near 15,000 kilometers. What an experience! One that I will remember forever.
We live in a beautiful part of the world and some times I think we do not even realize it. I have seen and enjoyed the hospitality of both individual Rotarians and each club in our district. There have been a lot of happenings around the district this month. The Shelter Box presentation and supper in Moncton was a tremendous success. We were successful in our application for RI’s Public Relations Grant. We have established a very exciting and pro-active Friendship Exchange Committee. Our GSE Committee has selected the team leader for this years GSE with Brazil and a call has gone out to the clubs to nominate a Past District Governor to sit on the Nominating Committee for the next RI Director.
As we move into November please continue your focus on membership growth, contributions to the Rotary Foundationand public relations. November is “Rotary Foundation Month”. Yours in Rotary, Gordon
Friendship Exchange Anyone interested in joining the Rotary Friendship Exchange to southeast Australia leaving approx April 15, 2010 for 15 days please contactone of the following co-chairs. You will be staying with Rotarians during this visit and are responsible for your roundtrip ticket(landing in Adelaide) and some incidental extra excursions and an occasional meal. It’s a great way to see another country!
Contact John Trainor - St. Stephen NBxcaper@nbnet.nb.ca 506-466-4734
or Pam Bridges - Calais, ME: firstname.lastname@example.org 207-454-3210.
District 7810 Foundation Co-chairs I am pleased to announce that the Districthas decided to increase the Foundation's support to the clubs by having a Co -Chair relationship. Effective immediately Foundation will be Co-Chaired by both PDG Rick Rogers and PDG Michel Legere. Michel will be responsible for the eastern half of our district and Rick will be responsible for the western half. I encourage all of our clubs to take advantage of the Foundation Chair for your area. Both Michel and Rick are there to answer questions and assist your club. DG Gordon A. Dempsey
EVERY ROTARIAN EVERY YEAR - GIVING TOTHE ROTARY FOUNDATION Major Donors, Bequest Society members, Benefactors and Paul Harris Fellows are vital leaders in supporting The Rotary Foundation’s programs, helping to save and change lives around the world. Contributions by Every Rotarian, Every Year can make a difference in lives around the world. For example, a $100 contribution can provide mosquito nets for 50 children in Tanzania and $1,000 can supply micro credit loans for 23 women in the Philippines. How far will your contribution go? Have you made your gift yet? What better time than November, Rotary Foundation Month? The Future of Rotary Is in Your Hands, including the ability of its Foundation to save and change lives. Make your gift, of any size, today! www.trfcanada,org
The Quilt of Belonging www.quiltofbelonging.ca Mission Statement: The Quilt of Belonging is a collaborative work of art that: recognizes Canada's diversity, celebrates our common humanity and promotes harmony and compassion among people.The Quilt of Belonging consists of 263 11-inch fabric squares, 70 representing all Aboriginal groups, 193 featuring all immigrant nationalities in Canada. The Quilt project was acollaborative effort which took over six years to complete and involved hundreds of volunteers from across the country.Quilt to be Exhibited at 2010 International Rotary Conventionby Joanne High The Quilt of Belonging will be featured as a special guest exhibition in the House of Friendship next spring at the International Rotary Convention in beautiful Montreal. Rotarians provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. The organizers of the Rotary convention anticipate over 20,000 delegates from all over the world as Rotarians celebrate 100 years in Canada. We feel privileged to exhibit the Quilt to this respected international audience.
For Your Information Why not use the video on Membership shown at the Membership – Foundation- PR Seminars this fall asa club information and/or recruiting tool? Order it at: www.RotaryNowVideo.com
2009-10 ELECTION OF CLUB OFFICERS All clubs are reminded that their election of officers for the 2009-10 year should be underway now. Results of this election should besent to Terry MacDonald email@example.com before Jan 1, 2010
Please note that if someone accepts the office of secretary or president that means they are willing to attend PETS and SETS Training Session Apr 24, 2010 in Fredericton.Rotary District 7810 www.ridist7810.com
PLAN AHEAD: District Conference and Business Meeting June 4-6, 2010 in Saint John, NB. With Co-Chairs Grant Kimball firstname.lastname@example.org and Sandra Moon email@example.com
Houlton Maine Rotary Club's Leigh Cummings Will Be An Incoming District Governor..stay tuned for details of his year! ME REALTOR Andrew Mooers
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Maine on your mind, in your dreams.
You have figure it out by now, life is short. Maine is where you want to be. Have been mentally for some time now. So now that you see the opportunity to make the move, where to, which property? Start out small...like a 17 acre Maine farm..with a large sided home, barn.$90's. Okay, that would be enough to make you happy, but there's one more thing. This property in Haynesville Maine borders a river..a large Mattawamkeag River.
The town of Haynesville Maine is the place Dick Curliss wrote about in the country song. About the lonely stretch of woods in Northern Maine where if they buried all the truckers lost in those woods, there would be a tombstone every mile. Those deer infested woods full of wildlife. And the local population of Haynesville? 136 people. Grand Lake is not far away. The towns around this are T R unorganized ones. Just woods...more woods. $90's!
Watch the Maine farm video.
Ask lots of questions.
Maine Real Estate Information
Friday, November 13, 2009
In Maine, you see lots of grand older homes designed for larger families. Some even have servant quarters and an extra carriage house addition for in laws, gram and grampy.
Many of these dinosaurs are cut up, doors closed off to make them multi family rental units. This home did not undergo that kind of Frankenstein operation. At birth, during construction, the plans called for a brick solid, corner lot fourplex. Not something changed over the best they could to make it in to one. Scope out the 4 unit real estate video. Ask lots of questions. Four stall garage/carport too! Laundry hook ups and storage in the walk out cellar too! Looking for a multi family money making property? $199,firstname.lastname@example.org 207.532.6573
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Riding your horse in Maine, your kids having a pony or two too.Black and white cows out grazing among the apple trees in the two orchards. Brook, ponds, view. Rolling 88 acres of fields, pasture, mixed woods. Quiet side road and talk about scenery. This Maine victorian farmhouse with 3 baths has a V I E W and is near many lakes. Drews Lake is just over the hill. Enjoy the Maine farm video. Updated everything from heating, wiring, windows, roof...and check out the third floor master bedroom / bath. Ask lots of questions. $299,500.
You just figured out the eight thousand dollar tax credit to buy a home by the end of November and now what. An extension, and modification of what you knew to broaden the program. Scope out the new $6500 twist tax rebate highlights
The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 has established a tax credit of up to $6,500 for qualified move-up/repeat home buyers (existing home owners) purchasing a principal residence after November 6, 2009and on or before April 30, 2010 (or purchased by June 30, 2010 with a binding sales contract signed by April 30, 2010).
Know the ins and outs as a Maine real estate broker and help your sellers move houses, buyers get in to their own residence. I have seen banks jammed and bottle necks in shuffling paperwork in the scurry to get Maine home loans closed by the end of the month so the extension should give ME appraisers, Maine bankers a little breathing room, relieving some of the pressure.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
The Houlton Maine home is sided, has an acre wrapping around it. Plenty of storage in rear shed and outbuildings. Watch video. And lots of traffic on US Rt 1 if you want to capitalize on it by selling a product, peddling a service. $60's. But an extra 3 acres and grow vegetables, sell them roadside stand wise. Extra land $20's.
Aroostook County is on the Canadian New Brunswick border, at the gateway to the Atlantic Provinces. Call 207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealty.com Learn about Maine.
Friday, November 6, 2009
Land in Maine for those three day weekends. To rest, recharge, spend vacations from working way way too hard at what ever you do where you slave away now to make that weekly paycheck. Own 36 acres in Bancroft Maine is our real estate land selection suggestion today folks. Watch the video in the link. For any Maine land, waterfront, farm, home or business property, check www.mooersrealty.com Or call today 207.532.6573 with your questions!
Maine, you can breathe deep, fill your lungs with air now.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
A Maine real estate buyer told me once "if my kids call, you have not seen me." This one bedroom Aroostook County ranch home in Easton Maine would be an ideal candidate for a real estate buyer like that. Seriously, super clean home on a side road and comes with low low operating costs. Super insulated. Double garage too. Enjoy the Maine home real estate video. $50's!
email@example.com 207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealty.com Learn about Maine.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Let's go to the movies. Nothing more fun than a good movie..action, drama, documentary, thriller. Imagine buying a Maine movie theatre, two screens and also income from 2nd floor office rentals, a living quarters and extra snack take out seasonal restaurant.
Scope out the real estate video. $395,000 buys an historic turn of the century brick downtown building in a New England victorian town that is right on the Canadian border. Email Mooers Realty.
207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealty.com Maine, One Stop.
Monday, November 2, 2009
You don't need a lot of money to buy a Maine home.
Understanding the sea of intials, the HUDs, FHAs, VA's and the programs offered thru Rural Development (RD)for a home loan can make your head swim. A Maine small business administration loan, an SBA financing plan can seem incredibly complicated at first glance when you shop for the mom and pop grocery, that multi unit complex.
But you don't need to know all the program subtle differences. Just need to partner with a reputable Maine real estate broker and link up with a Maine real estate banker you feel comfortable with. To study the home buying options. With Maine land, many hobby farms and lots of ME waterfront properties for sale, owner financing to fit your budget can be an easy, home made option. What can you handle for a down payment, what monthly payment fits your real estate budget? Maine real estate, your best solid investment and unlike stocks that can disappear in value over night, it's always here to enjoy, come back to over and over. Maine, what are you waiting for?
Traveling To The Maine Woods, To Spend Time At A Log Hunting Cabin, To Snowsled And Ski Down A Hill, Across A Field..
Sports greats like baseball star Ted Williams, Presidents like Teddy Roosevelt, George Bush Sr and Jr, and many Hollywood stars have headed to Maine frequently to hunt, fish, sail, play golf and get away from the throngs of people surrounding them in their day jobs.
What's the attraction to this place called Maine? Two sides of the coin that attract, keep folks coming year after year. Simple list on one side of what we have here. Clean waterfront, unspoiled deer infested woods, bluer skies, brighter stars, fewer but friendlier people. And plenty of wide open space with 11 people per square mile, the 4th lowest crime state honors.
On the other side of the coin, it's what we don't have. Besides safety with the low, no crime status in Maine, especially Northern Maine's Aroostook County, there is no traffic. And the scenic US Rt 1, 2, 2A and under used Interstate 95 that connects in Houlton Maine to the Trans Canada highway in to New Brunswick and the Atlantic Provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Labrado and beyond, make getting around easy. Not wall to wall people here because Maine is a little further up the pike, at the beginning of peace and quiet, at the end of hustle bustle.
Come up for Maine fall deer hunting season. Take back a Maine Christmas tree and some lobsters, clams, a bag of ME potatoes. See a Maine lighthouse or two on the way up. Try Maine out for winter recreation like snowsledding, down hill and cross country skiing. Take in a hockey game or two and lace on some skates for that exercise your doctor keeps reminding you of needing. Plan that vacation that is way way over due. Make it a getaway to Maine.
Come on one of the nearly 100 cruise ships that park off our coast. To get wet, enjoy one of six thousand lakes, or a spot on a beach along the hundreds of miles of rugged, rock bound Maine coast. Make Maine a habit. Bike it, hike it, sample it and make it a yearly tradition. Once Maine gets in to your system, your heart will never leave. For low cost Maine real estate to land here often, to enjoy a second vacation home away from home, you have lots of affordable options.
Maine, It's Plain And Simple, Not Like This Everywhere Else, Anywhere Else.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Okay, in 1957 in Houlton Maine, living, working and being raised in a family here in Southern Aroostook was special.
The new high school was coming, the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad had a local presence with offices and executives right here in Southern Aroostook County. Ricker College was in its hay day.
Trips to the many area lakes, like the Pavilion at Nickerson Lake where the Houlton Community Golf Course is located were part of summer. Local farms and wood cutters were active and anything you needed, you could find on the local level in Houlton Maine.
Being on the Canadian border means trips to New Brunswick, to Old Home Week in the old park off the bridge and on a river island near Woodstock. Helping local potato farmers harvest the crop, local youth learned work ethic, earned spending money. Houlton Maine, especially in the late 1950's was a special place to live, to be from. Would you like a piece of Houlton Maine for yourself, to sample a friendly small town?
Maine, You Need To Visit, Relocate, Retire Here.