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By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 4
 PRE-WINTER SALE - NEW PRICE $399,900.  The Seller wants this SOLD before the snow flies!  Waterfront Home in West Bath ME 04530       5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 3,336 sf           A private, paved driveway and sweeping lawns lead you through the property, past apple trees, the carriage house, and a frog pond, to this Contemporary Colonial with almost 300 feet of waterfront on New Meadows Lake.  This home boasts Maple cabinets & flooring, granite counters, French doors, cathedral ceilings in foyer and living room, Rumford fireplace, 3-season room and a huge back deck.  Recently completed spacious Master Suite has private bath, wardrobe room and private deck.   Picture yourself hosting lawn parties, soccer games & sleep-overs, dinner parties and bonfires!  Live large, and well, in this taste...
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 0
New Price!           39 Water Street, Richmond, Maine  04537       $145,000   This 1910 home is an eclectic blend of period details, modern updates and custom, artistic elements. Enjoy the comfortable, fun, indoor and outdoor living spaces.     There is an attached studio/workshop heated by an electric space heater (included) and storage sheds, patios, perennial gardens, flowering trees and even a chicken coop!  This home is located in-town Richmond, on a quiet dead-end street that runs along the river.  Walk to Main Street businesses or the waterfront park.   Features include custom cabinetry built by the owner, newer appliances, pine flooring, tin ceilings of various design, and vintage plumbing fixtures.  Most rooms have been freshly painted; exterior painted 2010.  The electrical sy...
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
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Nestled on the Kennebec River and offering some of the best housing prices in the region, Bath, Maine is the quintessential New England community. From turn of the century greek revivals to private waterfront retreats there is something for everyboby in this warm and welcoming community.     The real estate market in Bath looks although it has dropped in the last year. The number of residential properties sold decreased by 2 in this time. The average sold price dropped by 13%, although, this doesn't necessarily mean a drop in the market price because there could be a bias from the small sample size of just 29 houses sold.        
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
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Though the first quarter of 2013, the Topsham real estate market saw a total of 16 homes sold with a median sales price of 207K, compared with 19 at a median sales price of 165K in Q1 2012. Topsham gives buyers a community that is close the conveniences of Brunswick with the serenity of rural living. To obtain more information homes for sale in Topsham Maine, please visit www.MyMaineProperty.com, or contact me directly at 207-650-5383, or via email at johnherrigel@gmail.com. Also, check out our YouTube channel!
By Kristen Wheatley, Supporting Success - Best Job in the World!
(Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group)
Comments 3
What do Maine Legislators do for their constituents?  Well, Maine State Representative Seth Berry showed his commitment to the kids of his district by jumping into the icy waters of Merry Meeting Bay to help raise money for a skate park in Bowdoinham.  He was joined by many other brave, or perhaps crazy souls.  Their efforts raised over $850 for the new skate park.   Bowdoinham is a welcoming and community oriented town about 30 minutes southeast of the Lewiston-Auburn area.  Click here to search homes for sale in Bowdoinham Maine.
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
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The town of Woolwich ME lies to the east of the city of Bath, across the Kennebec River and is sometimes considered a suburb of Bath. Woolwich is considered part of the Portland metro area, with about a 45 minute drive to the city of Portland. Woolwich is a town of a little under 3,000 residents located on Maine’s coastal route 1. Settled in 1638, Woolwich Maine is more than just a suburban offshoot of Bath. Woolwich is 12 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, although the center of town is bordered on three sides by water. This Sagadahoc county town is located near Merrymeeting Bay, in which 5 rivers including the Kennebec join before merging with the sea. The area has a rich maritime history and is the location of many traditional businesses both related to the water as well as timber frame ...
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
Comments 1
 For the month ending May 2011 Bath Maine saw 9 homes sell at a median sales price of 175K representing a yearly volume decrease of 36% but a pricing increase of 26%. Like most of the lower mid coastal housing market.. prices have continued to stabilize, but volume has remained down..partly due to the expiration of the housing tax credit of last year artificially increasing results a year prior. The current inventory of homes on the market in Bath is up to around 100.. a fairly average number for this time of year. For more info on the local mid coastal Maine real estate markets please contact John Herrigel with the Herrigel group at 207-650-5383 or via email at john@greentreemaine.com
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
Comments 0
 For the 1st quarter ending March 31st 2011, the residential Bath Maine real estate markets saw 16 home and condo sales transpire at a median sales price of 155K compared with 16 selling at a median sales price of 117K in 2010 and thus statistically showing a 32% pricing increase, but given the small sample size the statistical figure is skewed as overall the housing market remains stable.. with minor price change. As spring has arrived.. the Bath housing market has also seen an uptick in activity as of late though! For more info on the local coastal Maine real estate markets please contact John Herrigel with the Herrigel group at 207-650-5383 or via email at johnherrigel@gmail.com
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
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 For the month ending February 2011 the Bath housing housing market saw 8 single family homes and condos sell at a combined median price point of 158K with each home sitting on the market for a median days on market of201. This represents a 60% increase year over year and a 167% increase in month over month transaction volume whilst median prices were up 41% year over year. Given the smaller sample sizes these numbers are a bit skewed as overall the market remains stable. This report was compiled by John Herrigel with the Herrigel group, a local Maine real estate broker with Green Tree Realty. For additional information on real estate in Bath Maine please reach out anytime at 207-650-5383 or john@greentreemaine.com
By Kristen Wheatley, Supporting Success - Best Job in the World!
(Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group)
Comments 16
Home for sale in Bowdoinham Maine.   46 Fisher Road Who do you know who would like to live in this charming New England town located along Merrymeeting Bay? Join us this Saturday, March 26th anytime from Noon to 2:00pm and enter to win a $25 gift certificate to The Town Landing Restaurant in Bowdoinham.  Must be 18 or older to enter - the drawing will be held live on facebook Saturday. Check out the video below and be sure to visit our facebook page for even more information on this home and all the area has to offer. Priced at $135,000 this well maintained and updated home for sale in Bowdoinham Maine really stands out as an incredible deal. 3 bedrooms wood floors in living room Additional living space in the basement family room Large yard An easy commute to either Augusta or Portland...
By John Herrigel, Portland, ME - Real Estate
(The Herrigel-Kennedy Group - Portside Real Estate)
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The residential real estate markets of Bath Maine saw 3 transactions take place at a median sold price of 176K after sitting on the market for 28 days in January 2011 . Given this extremely small sample size the only real trend one can discern is that housing activity in this mid coastal maine market is extremely slow! Thanks for reading about Bath Maine home sales. My name is John Herrigel and I am a local greater Portland ME real estate broker with Green Tree Realty. Feel free to contact me directly at 207-650-5383 or via email at john@greentreemaine.com for more information and specific listings.
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 2
Musicians Wanted - Move to Bath and Play in the Band! I read in our local newspaper, The Times Record, the other day that the Bath Municipal Band is looking for some new folks to play along!  They are recruiting musicians! The Municipal Band is one of the really cool, throw-back to yester-year, kind of things about the City of Bath that I really love.  Picture a warm, summer evening in Library Park.  Young families, couples of all ages and singles (usually with a dog or two) are spread across the lawn, under to stately trees, on blankets or sitting in "bag" chairs; many enjoy a picnic supper and children have room to run, romp, dance anad enjoy the music.  The band, in their red vests and straw boaters, is set up in the gazebo and strains of show tunes or patriotic songs waft through th...
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 9
Serenity Friday - a Photo Montage of Snowy Bath, Maine Yes, it is snowing again in Maine - - The schools are having yet one more "snow day" and many businesses will be closed also.  We are expecting another 10 - 12" by this afternoon.  But, we really don't mind because it's just so darn beautiful up here, no matter what time of year it is! The above photos show snowy scenes around Bath, truly Maine's "Cool Little City."  Enjoy.  For help finding the perfect home to buy in "Maine's Cool Little City" call me today!    
By Kristen Wheatley, Supporting Success - Best Job in the World!
(Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group)
Comments 12
This charmer located in Bowdoinham Maine has just been listed for sale.  If you have been searching for an affordable home away from the hustle and bustle, but still within commuter range of Augusta or Portland, this may be the one for you. Just a mile from the I-295 on-ramp at Bowdoinham, this lovely and well-maintained three bedroom home provides all of the advantages of living in a picturesque Maine small town.  Slow down, enjoy the country life and lower taxes, explore Merrymeeting Bay in Bowdoinham, or toodle down the road to Topsham or Brunswick for shopping. Learn more about this home and your opportunity for The Good Life in Maine.  
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 0
WORKING WITH OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS I've been working with a couple from New Jersey since last summer to purchase a home in Maine.  Just yesterday, I was on the phone with another woman who wants to relocate her young family from Florida and I was emailing a couple who wants to move from Vermont.  I really enjoy working with out-of-town buyers. Each year, I work with at least a couple buyers "from away."  Last year, I had a first-time buyer relocate from Vermont for a job, and another couple move back to Maine from Tennessee (after being away for 20 or so years) for their retirement.  I had another gentleman from Texas buy a second home here to be near to children and grandchildren.  A diverse group to be sure! While I do enjoy working with out-of-town buyers, they do have different needs a...
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 8
IF WE CAN SHOW IT . . . WE CAN SELL IT! I was on facebook this morning and there were a number of postings from my real estate agent friends indicating that they have been quite busy in the first couple weeks of January.  A number of commenters asked if people really buy homes in Maine when the real estate signs are buried in snowbanks.  The answer is, "If we can show it . . . we can sell it!" I showed homes yesterday - it was 0 degrees when I woke up (I think it got up to 17) but we haven't had a snowfall since last week, so driveways are plowed, roofs are raked, sidewalks are mostly cleared and we are good to go.  If we can get inside to look, buyers will look and they will buy. I haven't had it happen yet this year, but last January, I was showing a number of foreclosure properties t...
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 0
  Sad State of Affairs  – Foreclosures Expected to Rise in 2011 It was reported last week that there were over 1 million foreclosures in the United States last year, and record numbers expected for 2011. Over 5 million borrowers are at least 2 months behind on their mortgage payments.   This number is expected to grow as folks struggle with job losses and mortgage balances that are greater than the market value of their homes. One of the loan officers from our local Androscoggin Bank visited our office last Friday and they are anticipating the next round of ARM resets in late spring/early summer to create even more headaches for those borrowers.  Just before Christmas, I noticed a public notice in the newspaper - - an acquaintance’s home was going up for auction.  I was surprised – as f...
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 8
Looking out my back door in Bath, Maine on this morning after the blizzard (technically, it was reported that only Augusta and Waterville had true blizzard conditions), this is my view of the world after a 15" snowfall Every day I walk out that gate and adventures are waiting - adventures with my family, co-workers, neighbors, people I haven't met yet - - who knows what's going to happen and what fun (or not fun) I'm going to have?  It's amazing what you find when you just open your gate! TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - MID COAST MAINE RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE Cell:  207/449-9696     :    Toll Free:  1-877/277-1010 Caring, Genuine, Personal Service SEARCH THE MAINE MLS ON MY WEBSITE ALLEN & SELIG REALTY   .   15 VINE STREET    .   BATH, ME   .   207/443-2200
By TERRY DRISCOLL, REALTOR - Buy or Sell in Any Season!
(MAINE HOME REALTY)
Comments 5
No, Distressed Property Owner, I'm not trying to steal a listing, but I just spoke with Your Listing Agent.  You see, I represent a Buyer who is under contract on a short sale; the deadline to obtain Short Sale Consent from Seller's lender is looming and it isn't looking good.  Buyer wants to look at other properties but isn't really interested in other short sales where the same bank holds the mortgage.  Normally, I would insert my rant about that bank here, but this is a different subject. Here's what happened:  My Buyer found 4 properties to look at - one of them was your house.  None of them have MLS notes as to short sales, but a quick look reveals that 3 of them were purchased by the current owner at or above the listed price - I send a quick email to each listing agent - "is 123 ...

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