Has the thought "I could live here" ever crossed your mind while vacationing in Maine or visiting for business? You are not alone if it has.
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.
Your new Maine home could be a spacious apartment in a revitalized mill, a restored Victorian house in a quiet seaside town, or the house of your dreams with a big yard for your children and pets to play in.
Choose to live in a rural location and commute to a job in a commercial center, or settle down where you can walk or bicycle to work, and be closer to restaurants, performing arts opportunities and local attractions.
Maine is annually ranked as one of the top 10 healthiest states in America. Public trails, land preserves and access to rivers and lakes makes it easy to enjoy the state's outdoors. Maine hospitals are recognized for general and specialized care, and older people choose to spend their retirement years in Maine because of its quality of life, and quality of place offered by historic districts and vibrant communities.
Moving from one state to another is a huge task, but there are many people in Maine waiting to make your move as easy and stress-free as possible. Consider a permanent visit when planning your next getaway to Maine. Learn more about relocating to Maine here.