Relocating to Maine

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Yes. Life is good here.

Greater Portland’s safe environment, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant arts and food culture combine to create a treasured quality of life for residents and visitors alike. Portland consistently makes top-ten lists of best places to vacation, and is also appearing on “best of” lists for families, outdoor lifestyle, and business startups, even being named one of the “Happiest Places to Retire” (2019) by Kiplinger. We’re not surprised. An old seaport city on a fresh new trajectory fueled by the creative economy, Greater Portland has been attracting young entrepreneurs who find the progressive region large enough to be interesting, yet small enough to develop a supportive community.

We’re a city full of inspiration and stimulation, quiet concentration and busy productivity, where start-ups become local institutions and networking works. Comprehensive assistance is available to businesses at every stage of development and growth, whether just starting up, expanding or relocating to the city.

Local realtors will help those interested in moving to Maine find coastal or downtown real estate. Each year individuals and families, young and old relocate to Maine for the benefits of the state’s safe towns and cities, good schools, welcoming communities, and recreational opportunities from the ocean to the mountains.

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