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There are a number of reasons why a homeowner might decide they don’t need a real estate agent to sell their house. And a home that is “for sale by owner” is not necessarily a cause for concern for a buyer. The experience can, however, be different than a traditional sale where both parties are represented by agents. 

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You're invited to an open house

Friday, May 20th, 2022
Jeffrey Wells

31609 Stringtown Road 
Foristell, MO 63348

Beautiful 7.22 ac located directly across N. Stringtown Rd from the prestigious Incline Village community with no HOA or restrictions. A completely remodeled 1,125 SQ FT manufactured home is situated on the front .85 ac section, right on N. Stringtown Rd, previously used as a rental unit and now being sold as is. The rear 6.37 ac section is the perfect spot on which to build your dream home! Rolling wooded hills, privacy, road access right off N Stringtown Rd at Tedeschi Place Rd which runs along the property’s entire southern edge, and… that’s not all! In addition, the owner is willing to negotiate in a non-buildable Incline Village, Lot #803. This lot provides full access to all the IV amenities, including boating, skiing, tubing and swimming in the 220 ac lake, pool, volleyball and tennis courts, community center, golf, clubhouse, and more! Have the best of both worlds, build your dream home in the unrestricted county with the opportunity to have the leisure-time lifestyle to match!

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When homebuyers work with a real estate agent, it is helpful to be as clear as possible about what they are looking for in a home. One important factor to consider is the type of community they are seeking. A preference between urban or rural, for example, is fairly straightforward to explain. But other terms, like neighborhood and subdivision, are often used interchangeably— and that can make the home search a bit confusing. 

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Figuring out where to live in St. Louis can be complicated, especially for newcomers. It is hard for some to wrap their head around the fact that the city itself is small (with a population of about 300,000) but has 79 distinct neighborhoods, each with its own vibe and name. Just outside the city limits, more than 2 million people live in 100 different municipalities spanning several counties and 2 states—all of which are sometimes referred to as the Greater St. Louis region. 

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The Future of Home Buying

Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

With how much the housing market has changed over the last 50 years, or even, over the last decade, it can be interesting to think about what the future of home buying could possibly look like. With uncertainty around all of the things that go into the housing market like the environment, economy, work life, entertainment, styles, and personal preferences, who knows what the process will look like in the future? But still, it can be fun to speculate.

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What Features Do Luxury Homes Have?

Tuesday, February 15th, 2022

Standards of luxury change with the times. Fifty years ago, a two-car garage, a double-sink vanity, or a bar in the rec-room would have seemed pretty special in some houses. Today, those features are common, and one would be hard-pressed to find a new-build without things like walk-in closets, a security system, or a master ensuite. Heated floors, outdoor living space, swimming pools, and spas have become so mainstream that they are no longer the signatures of luxury homes.

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