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Kim Eaves of Coldwell Banker Premier Group
A 5-bedroom, 4-bath home in Olivette is listed for $686,000.
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BAFC Consulting, which offers organizational management services to educational institutions and nonprofits, welcomes JUDY SCLAIR as its new VP of administration. Sclair most recently served as superintendent of the Ladue School District.
Mark & Neil Gellman, Coldwell Banker Premier Group
Any city is bound to have a few desirable nooks and crannies, but according to these real estate professionals, St. Louis is jam-packed with ideal neighborhoods. Before you buy, see which areas these agents prefer and why.
BLAKE YOUDE has been named executive director of Access Academics, a program that supports at-risk middle school students. Previously, Youde served as deputy superintendent of institutional advancement for the St. Louis Public School District.
A 3-bedroom, 3-bath home in the Parkway School District is listed for $734,000.
Quality homes in the communities of Clayton and Ladue are at the top of everyone’s wish list, according to our survey of some local realtors. Read on to see why the following neighborhoods are expected to be sales hotbeds in the coming year.
RANDALL BATEMAN was recognized as the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor in Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine.
From historical architectural gems to luxurious modern mansions, some of the area's most sought-after high-end properties are on the market. And with historically low interest rates, the timing is better than ever to make one of these your 'dream' home.
KAREN & DAN HOEMKE, Coldwell Banker Premier Group
Karen & Dan Hoemke, Coldwell Banker Premier Group
With historically low interest rates and reasonable prices on a tight supply of quality houses, this fall will be the time to buy a home, according to local real estate agents. Before starting your search, here are some of their recommendations.
A STORY-AND-A-HALF HOME IN ELLISVILLE WITH 21 ROOMS, SIX BEDROOMS AND SEVEN BATHS IS LISTED FOR $1.2 MILLION.
They help you sell or buy your home, but how well do you really know your real estate agent? We went beyond listings and contracts and interviewed several local realtors to learn a little bit more about them.
Karen Hoemeke, Coldwell Banker Premier Group
Recently, Coldwell Banker Gundaker agent Carla Borgard helped a couple move out of their Town & Country house into a villa nearby. The couple had lived in their home for 42 years, but now in their early 70s, the upkeep and daily trek up and down the stairs to their basement tuck-under garage was too much. “I don’t know how they did it for this long,” Borgard says. “Their new villa was move-in ready with very little maintenance needed, and they’re very happy.”
Dudley and Beth McCarter have lived in Creve Coeur for 24 years, and before that, lived just north of the community. The couple, both attorneys, have three daughters: Katherine, 23; Libby, 21; and Emily, 17.
A STORY-AND-A-HALF HOME IN CREVE COEUR FOR $1.095 MILLION
It seems like an obvious connection: What’s good for a community is good for real estate agents selling homes there. But for many local agents, the desire to help goes far beyond that. We talked to several agents whose contributions through the years have really made St. Louis a better place to make a home.
Expecting another baby and you’ve run out of bedrooms? Stepping on your children’s toys as you try to navigate through a cramped living room? Local realtors offer advice for those young families who are growing out of their current homes and looking to upgrade to bigger and better.
A custom-built Clayton home has a grand foyer with marble floors, window seat, wrought-iron chandelier and a staircase that leads to more than 4,900 square feet of living space. A gourmet kitchen features high-end finishes and appliances and custom cabinetry. Design aesthetics include coffered ceilings, special millwork and built-in bookcases.
Real estate agents always remember their first sale, whether it was three or 32 years ago, and whether the price was $40,000 or $2.1 million. We asked a handful of them to recall the highs and lows of their initial forays into the business.