Matt Whitten

Associate Broker

Find Your New Home

About Matt Whitten

A long-time resident of South Portland, Matt studied at the University of Southern Maine and later, earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix. He has over 20 years of sales and customer service experience, and a passion for helping people.

Matt’s mission as a real estate agent is to provide a satisfying experience through honest, reliable and effective communication. His calm demeanor and pragmatic approach to problem solving creates a sense of confidence for his peers and clients.

Matt now resides in Windham with his partner Michelle, and their five children; Kaylee, Ashley, Madalyn, Blake and Mason. When not at a ball field or academic event, the family enjoys spending time on the lake. Matt also loves to cook, is an avid gardener and helps keep up with the family’s backyard chickens.

“Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination” – William Longgood

Latest Blog Posts

Cumberland County: Inventory down nearly 30% for February

      Homes sold in Cumberland County were down 29.57% in February 2022 compared to the same time last year. Prices, however, were up 27.05%. The median sold price rose from $336,450

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South Portland Property Taxes Are on the Rise, but how much?

The South Portland real estate market has been on the rise and the town has not reassessed since 2006. The town has been working on a reassessment since 2019 and the final news should be out soon. I

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Why are houses going for so much over asking price?

      The Maine Real Estate Market has been on fire over the past few months. Why are houses going for so much over asking price? We get this question a lot and many people are

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Market update: Is all of Cumberland County turning into the new South Portland?

    Last year, many people were talking about South Portland as the home sales were booming and was ranked as the 5th hottest market in the Country. Fast forward a year and all of

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