Right now, in the Maine Seacoast areas of York, Kittery, Ogunquit
and Wells, there is a shortage of new inventory. Real Estate Agents
have Buyers who are ready, willing and able to purchase homes in
these areas who are waiting for fresh properties to come on the
Market. Sales of previously occupied homes have declined since
November due in part to a limited supply of available homes in
these areas.

Stable hiring and continued record low mortgage rates are
motivating Buyers to enter the Market for both first and second
homes. Despite the snow and cold of Winter, factors such as
relocation, marriage, births, retirements – continue to propel
people to enter the real estate market. In fact, people shopping
for Vacation Homes on the Maine Seacoast want to be living in their
new homes by late Spring in anticipation of their first summers on
the Seashore.

If you are considering selling your home and have been told to
await the Spring Market, we should have a conversation NOW. You may
be able to take full advantage of this high Buyer Demand for homes
on the Maine Seacoast and get a big jump on the Spring Market.

About Mini Major

Mini views the purchase or sale of a home as a major life transition that usually evokes a wide array of challenges and emotions She brings her strong analytical, communication, and mediation skills to that process. For buyers, she helps to assess realistic goals and maps out a facilitation strategy that is uniquely designed to meet their individual styles with limited stress. For sellers, she provides honest, factual information necessary to set the right price and, together with the extraordinary resources of the Bean Group, provides state-of-the art marketing materials to present that property with appeal to the most appropriate potential buyers.

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