1. Real Estate Sales

Real Estate Sales Data

Year
File Attachment
20172017 Sales (Excel)
20182018 Sales (Excel)
20192019 Sales (Excel)
20202020 Sales (Excel)
2021 (Thru April 1)2021 Sales (Excel)

Median Residential Sale Price

Year
Median Sale Price
2017$220,000
2018$244,250
2019$252,500
2020$290,000
2021 (Thru April 1)$300,700
  1. Notice to Buyers & Sellers

Tax Proration

Under Maine Law, payment of property taxes is the responsibility of the person who owns the property on April 1.  When property sells, it is common for buyers and sellers to prorate taxes.  This is a private matter that is not handled by the town.  If any part of the Tax is not paid, a lien will be filed in the name of the person who owned the property on April 1.

Sellers: Even if you no longer own the property, a lien may have a negative effect on your credit rating.

Buyers: If a lien is filed in the seller's name, the Town may foreclose on your property unless the taxes are paid.

Mailing Addresses

Please verify the mailing address the town has on file is correct.  When property sells we use the mailing address listed on the real estate transfer tax form.  This is often the property owner’s previous address, however, we make no assumptions on which mailing address should be used.  To update your mailing address contact the assessing office at 207-725-6650.

Registry of Deeds

Registered deeds for property within the Town of Brunswick may be found online at the Cumberland Country Registry of Deeds where you can search for records by owner name or book and page.  Visit the Cumberland County Registry of Deeds to start your search.

Mobile Home Owners

Please notify the assessing office immediately if you move, exchange, or sell a mobile home.  We are not automatically notified of these exchanges as we are with other real estate. Documentation, such as a bill of sale, can be mailed to our office or emailed to assess@brunswickme.org.