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Jaret & Cohn Real Estate
73 Elm St
Camden, ME 04843
Phone: 207-236-9626
Email: camden@jaretcohn.com
Fax: 207-236-7859


With ample parking and easy access directly off Route 1, Elm Street, Jaret & Cohn's Camden office is a short walk from the village center, its shops, restaurants, and the harbor. Whether you are seeking a house, vacation rental or commercial property in beautiful coastal Camden, Maine, stop by and see how we can help you with your real estate needs.

Other Locations
Rockland
25 Park Street
Rockland ME 04841
Hours: Mon-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. ; Sat. 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Sunday by appointment.
Email: rockland@jaretcohn.com
Phone: 207-596-0352
Belfast
122 Lincolnville Ave.
Belfast ME 04915
Email: belfast@jaretcohn.com
Phone: 207-338-4220
Fax: 207-338-5263

Waldoboro
1504 Atlantic Highway
Waldoboro ME 04572
Email: Waldoboro@jaretcohn.com
Phone: 207 832-5219
Island Group
Main St
Vinalhaven ME 04863
Email: island@jaretcohn.com
Phone: 207-863-2554
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More Households Optimistic About Home Prices, Finances

Daily Real Estate News, Thursday August 29, 2014 The majority of households believe home prices will rise within the next 12 months, according to the Federal Reserve’s newly released Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households. The survey is based on more than 4,000 American responses ...
3 Tricks for Finding the Perfect Asking Price

Daily Real Estate News, Wednesday August 27, 2014 Determining the perfect asking price involves psychological reasons as much as practical reasons, The Wall Street Journal reports. Are You Asking Too Much? 10 Markets Where Asking Prices Have Risen the Most Shock Treatment May Dial In Price ...
Poor Credit Makes Homeowners Insurance Higher

Daily Real Estate News, Tuesday August 19, 2014 A lower credit score not only makes it hard to qualify for a loan: Some home owners are finding that after moving in, bad credit can make the costs of homeowners insurance higher, CNBC reports. Home owners who have poor credit pay 91 percent more ...
Builders Expand Home Size to Capture Multigenerational ...

Daily Real Estate News, Monday August 18, 2014 As more generations pile under one roof, the median size of homes has risen by nearly 1,000 square feet in the last 40 years—from 1,525 square feet in 1973 to 2,491 square feet in 2013. The resurgence of multigenerational living is in full swing as ...
First-Time Buyers Stuck as Entry-Level Homes Dry Up

Daily Real Estate News, Wednesday August 13, 2014 For-sale inventories may be at nearly a two-year high, but first-time home buyers are still finding themselves shut out of the housing market, being outbid and still not finding enough choices in their price range, Reuters reports. A decline ...