Krainin Real Estate COVID-19 Update - July 6, 2020

Hello! We hope you and your family are all safe and well!

On July 1, Governor Mills provided an update for Maine lodging regulations whereby

a) In addition to residents of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, now residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are also exempt from the requirement to quarantine, effective July 3.

b) If you are a resident of any other state, you may come in July and August if you EITHER

(i) Quarantine for the time they are here (a one-week rental is ok) OR

(ii) get tested in their home state no more than 72 hours before they come and fill out the required form attesting that they have no symptoms and have tested negative.

You can also get tested within the first 48 hours you are here, but have to quarantine while awaiting results.

Children under the age of 18 don’t have to be tested, but the adult(s) responsible for them will need to attest to their lack of symptoms.

Quarantining means you can’t go out to restaurants or other activities. You will need to bring your groceries or have them delivered. You can hike and bike and use your waterfront, however, and isn’t that what a Maine vacation is all about?

Keep Maine Healthy Support Plan - June 8, 2020

Keep Maine Healthy FAQ’s

KeepMeHealthy Guest Compliance Certificate for residents of non-exempt states


Please note:

1) Vacation rentals are in progress, but some staff are still working part-time from home and our office is not fully open to the public. For matters not directly vacation-rental-related, PLEASE DO NOT STOP BY WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT. Schedule your appointment by email, at least 48 hours in advance.

2) Please bring your face covering. Ring the front doorbell and we will respond. There are benches on the front lawn, please wait while we address your needs. There’s also a doorbell at the back deck door, and a tent over the picnic table on the deck in case of rain.

3) Phones are now answered live during office hours (9 am to 5 pm Monday - Saturday; 10 am to 4 pm Sunday), but call volume is heavy and we may not be able to respond immediately to voicemail. Please do not leave urgent property management calls on the general voice mail — Call or email the property manager as indicated below.

4) If you’re looking for a 2020 vacation rental, we are still getting a large number of calls and emails, so please be patient with us and DO NOT SEND DUPLICATE EMAILS, RENTAL APPLICATIONS OR VOICEMAIL MESSAGES. Thank you for your consideration!

VACATION RENTALS: 207-655-5189 Email Vacation Rentals
RESIDENTIAL RENTALS: 207-655-5456 Email Residential Rentals

Instructions for your Vacation Rental arrival and departure will be emailed to you during the week before your rental.

If you have an urgent maintenance issue while staying at a Vacation Rental or Residential Rental, please contact our Property Manager, Lisa Levinsky, at 207-655-3811, and tell whoever answers about the problem. If you get voice mail, press 6 and leave a message; the property manager will get back to you. If the problem is not urgent, please email Residential rental maintenance issues may be reported to our Property Manager, Lisa Levinsky, at 207-655-3811, press 6 — or email

If you have a RENT PAYMENT OR OTHER DOCUMENT in hand, please put your name and property identifier on it, and deposit it in the outside slot of the secure mailbox in the bulkhead, about 20 feet to the right of the front door.

PACKAGES/DELIVERIES should be left inside the bulkhead. WATER TEST KITS are inside the bulkhead; please use the sign-out sheet on the clipboard so we know who has taken one.


The Krainin Real Estate Sales & Rental Teams