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Thinking of moving to Maine within the next 5 years : So a little context, I'm 23 and am looking to own a home somewhere that I can pay off within a handful of years. I save a ton because I'm boring as fudge and don't travel. I see a few nice looking homes in the Madawaska area, and I'm aware it's more rural than where I'm currently at...but the idea of not having a close neighbor is like the best. Homes seem to be around 100k, and they're pretty big. Plus the local towns seem to have most every
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