November 19, 2017
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Comments for: Single-family home sales up significantly in Maine

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  • seththayer

    Bought our house in September and sold it in November….laughing all the way to the bank!

    • jerrymyx

      is that called flipping?

      • seththayer

        No actually, we were planning to fix it up and move into it…kind of a dream home for us, and then were contacted by someone who basically wanted it more than we did. They made an offer and we took it. Mostly being in the right place at the right time, but we probably couldn’t have done it if the economy was slower.

    • seththayer

      funny how I am getting so many negative hits on this post…people just can’t be happy for others.

  • Anonymous

    Get_R_Done mr LePage.

  • Anonymous

    Fall is a good time to low ball houses that have been for sale all summer. I doubt this means all that much, but we can hope.

  • Anonymous

    People are selling due to our wonderful economy and relocating elsewhere. Yes I am assuming this only because we get only half truths from the media

    • Anonymous

      If our economy is so terrible, why are people buying? Your pessimism doesn’t have much logic to it.

      • Anonymous

        I doubt the rise of transactions in Washington county are being done by locals

  • Ryan Robbins

    Good news I can put my house on the market and get out of this place.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t let the door hit you on the butt!

  • Anonymous

    This reminds of one of those FULL OF CROC stories i have read in other states, about how ‘middle class people are buying houses in the inner city neighborhood and moving in because they like the diversity’.
    Why would any sane people want to move into areas with no jobs except part timeif that. Probably land flips and speculation buying.going on. Wait til they get burned

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