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Agent2Agent in Maine : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 16, 2014
Margaret Mitchell answered:
No we do not. Because it can create liability for the Seller. Potentially, you have an agent who does not know the Seller, may or may not know the property, representing the Seller. If the Subagent misrepresents the property to a buyer, they could embroil the Seller in a lawsuit.

Subagency is left over from the dinosaur era. When ALL agents represent the Seller. We offer compensation to transaction brokers and buyer agents. So the agent bringing the buyer will get paid whether they represent the buyer or not. There is no need to allow the agent bringing the buyer to represent the Seller. If you explain subagency to a Seller clearly, and I have, they will demand that you not permit this.

The real question should be: Why on earth would you permit and compensate subagency?
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Thu Jan 16, 2014
Brian Walker answered:
The +4 on the end zip a zip code gives the carrier additional information on the specific address. For example what side of the road is the box located on. Therefore the +4 can not be determined based on city and state.

You can look up individual addresses here https://tools.usps.com/go/ZipLookupAction!input.action

The +4 code may be useful if you are sending bulk mail at a discounted price. Looking up many addresses individually may cost more in time and effort than you would save with discount postage. In that case your best bet would be to work with a bulk mail service. Locally you may want to try http://www.elmstreetwebsolutions.com/
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Sun Dec 22, 2013
Alexandra Uhll answered:
Hello!
There are two great YMCA's in this area. The one in Rockport is terrific as well as the one in Belfast. We also have the MRC, Mid Coast Rec Center, in Rockport which has an ice rink and tennis courts. ... more
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Mon Nov 1, 2010
Diana Downs answered:
Hi,
I live in Blue Hill and have an office in Bangor. I'm very familiar with the area your looking in. I'd be happy to help.

Diana Downs
ERA Dawson Bradford
417 Main St., Bangor, ME 04401
C - 207-735-6988 F - 207-941-9866
dianadowns@eradawson.com
http://DianaDowns.com
facebook.com/Diana.Downs.Maine.Real.Estate
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Tue Jun 29, 2010
Dp2 answered:
From my perspective (as an investor), that's a smart thing to do. Doing so will get you more business from investors.
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Wed Aug 12, 2009
Keith Sorem answered:
Lenders are taking a tougher approach to short sales. A lot depends on the seller's situation. If the mortgage is not just purchase money, but perhaps includes a cash out refi, then it is possible that they view that as a situation where they are going to ask for a promissory note. Better that, than a foreclosure. ... more
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Sun Nov 23, 2008
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Fri Apr 4, 2008
Pam Winterbauer answered:
Ardene.....

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Thu Mar 13, 2008
Michael Coppola answered:
Hi Dani, If you have not connected your client with anyone up here yet, I am in Portsmouth and licesned in ME and NH and would be happy to assist your client. Thank you.
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