Over the years we have moved across country several times before we finally ending up in Portland. As a result, we are in a unique position of understanding all the issues when it comes to relocating to a new area. Collecting valuable information that you can trust is essential to making a good decision when comparing different geographic areas – let alone specific cities and towns. Our greater Portland Relocation Guide is designed to supplement the local data that is available on our website and provide an insider’s view of the area.
We have just completed our 2012 update of the Guide and expanded it to include more southern Maine communities. In it you will also find a synopsis of selected towns, the most current real estate statistics for the year end 2011 with comparison to 2010 and updates on the local arts scene, including happenings in Portland’s Old Port.
Education and the economy are also critical concerns, and we have included information on these topics as well. The Portland Economic Scorecard, which was just released by the city, compares cities and metro areas in the United States.
Southern Maine also is well known for its majestic coastline and beautiful lakes, and there are many opportunities to own a waterfront home or condo. Understanding Maine waterfront real estate is a big undertaking, and we have an entire section developed to this topic, including many maps and area profiles.
Please download a copy of the 2012 Southern Maine Relocation Guide. You can also request a copy of our complete relocation packaging that includes an interactive CD and additional videos.
See you in Maine!