Are you ready to buy a new home in the new year? Before you place the 'for sale' sign in the yard and start house-hunting, take a look at what local real estate agents have to say about the outlook for the housing market in 2015.
Everyone has a ‘dream house.’ What’s inside differs from person of person—a professional kitchen, cozy reading nooks, palatial pool or entertaining space to make the Joneses jealous. But real estate agents also are in on the fantasy. Here, area agents share their dream listings that are on the market now.
If you think you’ve been noticing more new-home construction in the St. Louis area lately, you are right. Home builder Payne Family Homes alone is opening four new communities in the next 60 days. “St. Louis County is lot-scarce right now,” says Ken Kruse, Payne Family Homes president. “We’re very excited to bring more new homes onto the St. Louis County market.”
The St. Louis area is packed with historic dwellings and buildings. We recently spoke with Landmarks Association of St. Louis executive director Andrew Weil to find out more about some of the properties the organization protects.
Pull into the circle drive of 28 Twin Springs Lane and step into a two-story traditional-style mansion with soaring ceilings, an expansive terrace and a sparkling pool, all situated on 3 private acres in a coveted Ladue neighborhood. If this is your idea of a place to call home, it could be yours.
As the housing market continues to mend, premiere homes around town are selling almost as quickly as they hit the market. Here, top local real estate agents show some of their biggest accomplishments—and most impressive sales—from the last year.
Scale, design, age and special details: It takes a particular combination of each of these elements to make a truly exceptional real estate listing—something St. Louis, and the Central Corridor in particular, is flush with. Read on to see the most impressive listings from some of the area’s top agents.
Everyone’s got a past. But, of course, some are just naturally more interesting than others. Three area realtors opened up to LN about how they got to where they are today, and how they transfer the skills they gained in previous careers to give them an edge in real estate industry.
You see their names and faces everywhere—on ‘SOLD’ signs in front yards, in the pages of Ladue News and maybe even around your neighborhood. But how much do you really know them? Here, some of the area’s top realtors share how they got into the business, advice for home buyers and sellers, and a tidbit or two about their favorite way to spend a weekend.
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