We are grateful to all of our incredible REALTORS® and thrilled to announce the following group of TMREN REALTORS® that ranked within the 100 top selling agents in Maine.
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If you enjoy hiking and cycling then you are sure to love the Falmouth Trail System. A long running project known as "the greening of Falmouth", has resulted in the creation of an extensive trail system and various other preserves, launches and public spaces.
The Maine Real Estate Network has set a new annual record for home sales in the State of Maine, closing 4,364 transactions in 2016.
For 21 years, the Biddeford-Saco Rotary Club has been a helping hand for families in need during the holidays.
Nestled in the heart of the Center, The Cumberland Foodstop is the place to go for hot pizza and delicious sandwiches and if you're a local, it's also your regular pit stop for picking up a hot coffee on your way to work.
In early 2016 the guys moved the company to Bethel. “It’s the only town we know of where you can get that ski town feel without the pompous atmosphere. The entire community has been super supportive of us and our business
The South Paris/Norway area not only has some of the best Mountain views around, but it also has some of the best hiking trails!
Shawnee Peak in Bridgton is open for business and the skiing is Great! Overlooking Moose Pond, Shawnee Peak is home to some of the greatest night skiing in New England.
The Littlefield’s have been a wonderful addition to the Norway, South Paris community for decades! They offer a wide variety of cut flowers and their artistic ability is evident with each and every arrangement
On the last Sunday of November, the Town of Gray kicked off the holiday season with its annual Christmas tree lighting. The evening began with the Gray-New Gloucester High School Chorus singing carols around the tree. Following the singing Santa Claus arrived on a fire truck to light the tree!
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