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ILovePortlandMaine.com, a regular guest on WLOB Watercooler Radio Show 95.5 FM



ILovePortlandMaine.com is delighted to announce we've been welcomed back as a guest on the WLOB 95.5 FM Watercooler radio show on Saturday afternoons between 4pm and 6pm.

Typically, we go on the air shortly after 5:30pm and the past two shows have featured "What's going on for fun in and around Portland" and "What's good to eat in Portland". This Saturday, December 4, we'll be talking with the crew about real estate and touch on the current market and future outlook.

If you can't get to a radio, you can listen online live at http://www.wlobradio.com.

Jeff Mateja is the CEO/REALTOR at Universal Properties at Keller Williams Realty in Portland, Maine, and founder of ILovePortlandMaine.com, a blog about everything Portland, Maine, and beyond. Jeff also offers two premier home search tools for Buyers via FindPortlandHomesNow.com and FindMaineHomesNow.com. If you would like further information on any blog topics, please e-mail Jeff Mateja.

You may also wish to check out a few of Jeff's other great websites;

UniversalPropertiesMaine.com

GuaranteedSoldMaine.com

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