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With offices in Bangor, Lincoln and Lubec, we have agents that can help you no matter what type of property you own or would like to own.  From in-town homes in the Greater Bangor Region, to Maine coastal property, to country homes, land and farms, waterfront property and recreational property across the great State of Maine, our agents are experts in handling these types of properties.

The Greater Bangor Region is a thriving small city with a population of approximately 33,000 and  boarders the majestic Penobscot River.  Bangor is the economic and cultural hub for Central, Eastern and Northern Maine.  Boston is just 235 miles to the south, an easy 3 ½ hour drive via I-95.  Summer temperatures range from 70-85 degrees and the winter Decktemperatures from 15-30 degrees.

Lincoln Lakes & Katahdin Regions - Part of the Maine Highlands the areas surrounding Lincoln and Millinocket are rich with water bodies from small ponds and streams to large lakes and big rivers. This is an outdoor oriented persons dream. The service towns of Lincoln and Millinocket both have small community hospitals and health clinics, shops, restaurants, grocery stores, building supplies and more. Here you will find some of the most affordable housing and land in Maine.

Downeast Maine Region is known for its rugged coastline, the best seafood in the world and the largest grower of wild blueberries in the world.  For the person looking for a retirement or summer home this region is a great place to start your search.  Vacationers looking for their own place or recreational buyers will find this region a haven for all outdoor activities.

Rural Regions of Maine are known for their slow pace, scenic beauty and affordable real estate prices. This includes most communities in the counties of Aroostook, Franklin, Hancock, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset and Washington. These areas are dotted with lakes, rivers, streams and large undeveloped tracts of land.  Small service towns with populations from 3,000 to 6,000 people offer an attractive lifestyle for the second home or vacation home buyer, recreational buyer or anyone looking for a more relaxed way of life.

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