Must Maine property management companies have a real estate broker's license?
No. Property management and rental matters do not require a real estate license.
Must Maine community association managers have a real estate broker's license?
NO. A broker's license is not required to manage community associations or condo associations in Maine.
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Single Home or Condo (Valued up to $300K)
Single Home or Condo ($300K to $500K)
Single Home or Condo ($500K to $1 Million)
Single Home or Condo (Over $1 Million)
Multi-Family (2-4 units)
Multi-Family (5-19 units)
Multi-Family (20-99 units)
Multi-Family (100+ units)
Homeowners Association (2-49 units)
Homeowners Association (50-99 units)
Homeowners Association (100+ units)
Condominium Association (2-49 units)
Condominium Association (50-99 units)
Condominium Association (100+ units)
Retail (Up to 9,999 sqft)
Retail (10,000 - 100,000 sqft)
Retail (100,000+ sqft)
Office (Up to 9,999 sqft)
Office (10,000 - 100,000 sqft)
Office (100,000+ sqft)
Warehouse/Distribution (Up to 100,000 sqft)
Warehouse/Distribution (100,000+ sqft)
Light Manufacturing (Up to 100,000 sqft)
Light Manufacturing (100,000+ sqft)
Vacation (1-2 units)
Vacation (3+ units)
Other Associations (Hotel, Resort etc.)
Mobile Home Community
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