Maine Companion

Top Things Maine Companion Will Consider In Finding Your Real Estate Agent in Maine

Maine Companion puts you together with a Real Estate Maine agent after it has done the homework. Who’s selling in your price range in your chosen area? Who has the best reputation? Who makes the transaction painless? We do the work so there’s one less burden for you to carry.

We look for experience

Who’s been around for a while? Does a particular agent bounce back and forth between agencies? How many sales he or she do last year? Whether it’s real estate in Camden, or Bar Harbor, Portland or August, the cream tends to rise and our job is to find it for you.


Knowledgeable in financing options

Conventional, VA, FHA, seller financing. You want the best financing package you can get. You want the people who can give you the options. You may be looking for real estate in Bangor or Belfast, the local pros. We finding for you and get the best deal done.

Service and representation

Some agents specialize in buyer representation; others represent both buyers and sellers. The latter can sometimes have a potential conflict showing his or her listings to a potential buyer. At times, this is unavoidable, but you will never have to worry because Maine Companion will have a backup. A quick call and we’ll step in to level the playing field whether your real estate is in Belfast, Booth Bay, Ogunquit or anywhere else around the state.

Real-estate agent with senior couple buying new house
Maine Real Estate Agent With Senior Couple Buying a Home.

Will You Get the Agent’s Attention

An agent representing half a dozen clients is a busy person. Since he or she is paid on commission, the bigger the deal, the more time will be spent on it. We expect a commitment to you regardless of your budget and we’ll work with you to make sure you get it.

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Really Good Questions You Should Ask Maine Companion When Searching For a Home In Maine

When it comes to buying a house in Maine, there are many things that you should keep in mind, especially if it’s your first home. These a part of the reason you need the right agent. That’s where Maine Companion can help. After a quick interview, we’ll find the best agents in the areas where you’re looking and set you up with them. No guesswork. No hassle. It’s like having two firms working for you at once. You’ll get the information you need to make good decisions
Generally, a good place to start is right here.

How can Maine Companion help me?

As you know, buyers and sellers work with a real estate agent. But how do you find the right one? How do you find the experience you need, the focus to hammer our the best deal, to follow through to weed out problems? For most, it’s hard. When you start with Maine Companion, we isolate the area where you want to live, assess your price range and priorities, then we do the screening for you. We write or call you back with one or more names for you choose from. There’s no guesswork. We find the most competent, reliable and experienced people in the market.


What are your qualifications?

DkDuVal / Maine Companion is a licensed brokerage in Maine. It’s principal, David DuVal was formerly senior management with the third largest Western-based agency in the US whose client list included such homebuilders as Pulte Homes, Del Webb Corporation, American Continental, Horizon Corporation, and others. He has been in the real estate field for over 35 years.

How long does we it takes to find an agent for me?

Generally 3 to 4 days. Let’s assume you’re buying Portland, ME Real Estate or Augusta, Bangor, Camden, Belfast, Bar Harbor or any other area in the state, we will review market’s sales, who’s doing them, then interview them. Some agents tend to work In differing price ranges, even in certain areas of town they know best. We match those with the highest probability of success for you and hand you those names. It couldn’t be easier, and it couldn’t be more efficient. No more concerns, “did I pick the right agent?”

What do your services cost?

Nothing. When you finally buy a home, we earn part of the sales commission. That commission comes from the seller, not from you.