Maine Lakefront Real Estate Buyers Should Take Full Advantage of Their Buyer's Agent
By Jon Whitney
(Anne Plummer and Associates)
A lot of our customers who are looking to purchase a nice piece of Maine waterfront property often live some distance from Maine and are thinking in terms of purchasing a second home, rather than a primary residence. When you live three or more hours away from the property you might be interested in buying it can pay off big time when you use your buyer's agent to your fullest advantage.Any capable buyer's agent should be able to show you property, help negotiate an offer, and handle all the paperwork to closing. But if you live some distance from the area you're thinking of buying in, you need your agent to do much more. Having your agent be your eyes, ears, and "feet on the ground" before you come to look at property can save you time, money, and frustrating hours looking at inappropr...