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Merrymeeting Bay

Maine is filled with unique places, but even in a state as wild and beautiful as ours, Merrymeeting Bay stands out. A freshwater tidal estuary located where the Kennebec River meets the Gulf of Maine, it's a body of water unlike any other. 

It's also a perfect place for a wild outdoor adventure. Our real estate agents are eager to share their favorite locations for fishing and boating on and around Merrymeeting Bay!

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Kennebec Valley Golf Courses

The golf season in the Kennebec Valley is upon us, and now is the perfect time to dust off your clubs before enjoying a round of golf at one of many great local courses. You won't have to travel far to enjoy the best golf that Maine has to offer. Our real estate agents have all of the details on 5 of the best golf courses in the Kennebec Valley for you to enjoy this spring and summer.

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Add Natural Light

Natural light in your home is beneficial to your health, mood, and energy level. While dark, gloomy spaces can make you feel depressed and lethargic, spaces filled with sunshine will quickly brighten your day. Augusta buyers who work with our real estate agents want homes with lots of natural light and impressive outdoor views.

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Maine Driveway Tips

As you discuss with our real estate agents the best home improvements to undertake before adding your house to Augusta homes for sale, one likely topic will be curb appeal. After all, the house's exterior is the first thing everyone sees when driving by or even looking at a photograph online. The driveway is a significant part of this image. At the least, you'll want it to be clean and in good repair. Starting with that baseline, let's consider some additional options.

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Gutter MaintenanceOur real estate agents know that when a homebuyer arrives to see a home, the property has a limited amount of time to create a positive first impression. Don't let dirty, clogged gutters keep your home from making a stellar first impression.

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Maine Flowers

Spring planting in Augusta is tricky. Luckily, decades of experienced gardeners and farmers have determined the best guess for frost dates based on historical weather data. These dates offer a good guide for when to start seeds for particular crops, indoors or outdoors, or when to plant seedlings or transplants. One of the best methods for determining what vegetables to plant and when to plant them is The Old Farmer's Almanac.

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Why Move to Maine

With many companies shifting to a remote work model last year, thousands of Americans are enjoying the fact that their jobs are no longer location-dependent. As a result, it's no surprise that thousands of people are relocating to their favorite destinations. According to a 2020 Atlas Van Lines study, the state of Maine saw the third-highest percentage of inbound moves last year. Our real estate agents really weren't surprised. With beautiful scenery and great culture, Maine is consistently considered one of the best places to live in the United States.

Below are several reasons why thousands of Americans are choosing to call Maine their new home:

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Carpet vs Hardwood

If it's time to replace the flooring in your home, two of the top options are carpet and hardwood floors. While both options can look lovely in your home, the best selection will depend on your specific circumstances. Our real estate agents know that buyer preferences will vary. Here are some things to keep in mind as you make your decision. 

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Heating Bill Augusta

As winter approaches, every homeowners' goal is to keep their home comfy and cozy warm while not spending too much money to do so. The good news is that by taking a few easy steps, you can ensure your home stays warmer while still reducing your energy bill.
Our real estate agents recommend the following tips for cooling down your heating bill this winter:

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