Waterville Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Waterville, ME continually updated from thousands of sources.
Thursday Aug 27 | via The Harbor Times Soup
Wonderful investment opportunity awaits in one of the most beautiful villages in Maine. Great income property. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via Bangor Daily News
The median price for homes sold in Maine continued to rise in July, surpassing June's median price for the first time in three years. Marie Flaherty, 2015 President of the Maine Association of Realtors, said in a prepared statement that the figures reflect a stable market. Comment?
Saturday Aug 8 | via Herald Gazette
Country Camp on Parker Pond in Pinecrest Shores in Casco. Sweet, seasonal cottage with two bedrooms and one bath. Comment?
Jul 19, 2015 | via The Harbor Times Soup
Very desirable Munjoy Hill condo for viewing! Open concept living room, kitchen and dining. Lots of sunshine and seasonal views. Comment?
Jun 23, 2015 | via Herald Gazette
A bright & sunny corner condo is ready for your viewing! Inviting, private flagstone patio large yard & perennial gardens are perfect for entertaining. New granite counter tops in both full baths & new tiled shower in 2nd floor bath . Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via Bangor Daily News
All around the country, students are packing up and going off to college. Proud parents are remembering moments like when their kids came home from the hospital, ventured off to kindergarten and attended their first school dance. Comment?
Sunday Aug 23 | via Bangor Daily News
Creditrepair.com built this nifty GIF map that shows how Americans' average annual incomes have changed over the past 85 years. It starts in 1929 - when the Great Depression started - and shows the years when the per capita income declined in each state, denoted in red. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via Bangor Daily News
If you like going to destination weddings in Maine, and if you're in the real estate market, there's an opportunity in Blue Hill to make them come to you. These items - along with furnishings and views of the local harbor and the town's namesake - will go to the highest bidder when the John Peters Estate goes up for auction on Aug. 29. The estate straddles a peninsula that juts into the protected local harbor. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via Capital Weekly
Great value on this lovely land. OakBrook is 43 +/- beautiful acres with a private road & power lines in place. Comment?
Friday Aug 14 | via Sun Journal
The Maine Association of Substance Abuse Programs has been notified its contract with the state, which has stood for more than 13 years, will be canceled Dec. 31. Ruth Blauer, the association's executive director, said cancellation of the $573,000 contract will essentially eliminate the services provided by her program and two others it oversees: the Maine Alliance to Prevent Substance Abuse, which runs education programs to steer people away from drug addiction, and the Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery, which helps people avoid relapses after they have quit using drugs. Comment?
6 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Middle age can be an expensive time of life for those determined to hold the clock back, and invest in themselves. Health, vitality and looks are increasingly expected of those in leadership roles and they are no longer just the preserve of the young. Comment?
52 min ago | via Las Vegas Review Journal
Workers are seen at Spanish Palms on South Rainbow Boulevard during construction of a new park in the complex earlier this month. Chris Poff cuts a sidewalk at Spanish Palms on South Rainbow Boulevard during construction of a park in the complex. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Bellingham Herald
A tree fell on a car at Lakeway and Woburn streets in Bellingham during high winds Saturday, Aug. 29. The driver was briefly trapped. Lori Jo Smith, left, and Mark Deman are pictured with Smith's car after a large tree branch crushed the roof while the pair was at the intersection of Woburn Street and Lakeway Drive on Saturday, Aug. 29, in Bellingham, Wash. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The Daily Republic
Short of cash, burdened by student debt and unsettled in their careers, young adults are biding time in apartments for longer periods and buying their first homes later in life. The typical first-timer now rents for six years before buying, up from 2.6 years in the early 1970s, according to a new analysis by the real estate data firm Zillow. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via This Is Money
A Bank of England base rate rise may have been delayed by turmoil in world stock markets, giving breathing space for borrowers looking to lock into a competitively priced fixed-rate mortgage. But there are still traps waiting for those looking to take out a loan. Comment?
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