Today is Sunday February 15th and we’re more than half way through the month already. It is an odd day here in Maine. Depending upon where you live, you either have over 20” of new, being-blown-around powder today, or you have next to nothing compared to the predictions. Here in the Lakes Region, it is the latter. We have a lot of wind, yet only a few inches of fresh snow. Even though we are busy here at Anne Plummer & Associates, we understand that this time of year is the “Calm before the storm” for most people’s buying patterns when it comes to our expertise in Maine Lakefront Homes, Property, and Real Estate. Today is oddly the calm after ‘The storm that never was’ for a majority of the area. The sun is out at our headquarters on Rte 302 in Naples – right across from where Rte 11 intersects Rte 302 from the north – and it is only mid-morning on a day when most were planning on being snowed-in. Great news for the last day of the Sebago Lake fishing derby today and for anyone who knows how to dress for the chilly, windy conditions. Like most things in life, today’s unpredictable weather is a bonus for the majority of our area!
Locals, please pick up a copy of the Lake Region Weekly and vote for the BEST OF BEST in Windham, Raymond, Naples, Casco, Bridgton, Gray, New Gloucester, and Standish – especially line-item #51. We do our very best to be your preferred Real Estate Agency. Serving the area with diligence with a great team of people gives us pride. Each agent has a desire to serve both sellers and buyers with integrity and a knowledge-base that is the envy of our competitors. When it comes to waterfront, water-view and mountain-view properties here in the Sebago Lakes Region, we welcome the opportunity to serve you. Give us a call any time at 207-693-5200.