Maine Homes for Rent
Harsh climates, rugged terrain and long, cold winters made it difficult for early European settlements to take hold in Maine. Though the earliest settlements were founded in the early 1600''s, Maine didn''t become a state until 1820. The southern side of Maine borders the Atlantic Ocean and is a popular place for both residents and visitors to go to see breathtaking views of the ocean from atop high cliffs. Numerous islands also dot the coastline, and one of these islands, Machias Seal Island, lies close to the border with Canada. Neither the United States nor Canada has made a permanent claim on this island and its rightful owner remains contested to this day. Maine is a sparsely populated state that derives much of its income from its natural resources and farming. Blueberries, native to this state, are frequently grown and lobsters are often collected from the seas to Maine''s southern border. A few hundred years ago, lobsters were so abundant in this part of the country that they were fed to the poor as a cheap alternative to the fancier foods enjoyed by wealthier people in the area. The timber industry is also a major economic force in Maine. Portland is the largest city in Maine, with a population of about 65,000. The state''s capital, Augusta, has only 20,000 residents. There are a number of well-known universities in Maine, including Bowdoin College and the University of New England. Sports are popular in the state, though there are not currently any major league teams that consider Maine their home. The Maine Red Claws, a basketball team, is currently under development.
Relocating to Maine? Look into these popular cities to learn more about average rents and market trends that will make finding your new home that much easier. If you are still unsure of where to live try clicking on the map to see all of the houses for rent in Maine.
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Rental Properties in Maine
- $1000 Two bedroom in Portland-1 Ocean Ave. 1 Ocean Ave. Portland, ME 04103 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $2000 studio in Newport-7 Sebasticook Ave 7 Sebasticook Ave Newport, ME 04953 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $8000 Three bedroom in Kingfield-2190 Adams Mountain Rd 2190 Adams Mountain Rd Kingfield, ME 04947 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- 35 Pendleton St, Brewer 35 Pendleton St Brewer, ME 04412 Phone Number: (207) 939-8970
- $1200 Four bedroom in Kingfield-65 High St 65 High St Kingfield, ME 04947 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $700 Three bedroom in Lisbon-21 Village St 21 Village St Lisbon, ME 04250 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $750 Two bedroom in Newport-200 Elm St. 200 Elm St. Newport, ME 04953 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $800 Two bedroom in Kennebunkport-Barrows Lake Rd Barrows Lake Rd Kennebunkport, ME 04046 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- $1500 Two bedroom in Windham-9942 Loon Lane 9942 Loon Lane Windham, ME 04062 Phone Number: (201) 845-7300
- 59 Franklin Heights, Rochester 59 Franklin Heights Rochester, NH 03867 Phone Number: (603) 343-2202