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STL Real Estate

stl real estateSTL Real Estate has been directing buyers and sellers to real estate professionals in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area since 2002. We aim to provide our visitors with a showcase of real estate and homes for sale across the STL metro area. For most people choosing a real estate agent is the best way to go. For example, a real estate agent can help you with the proper paperwork, find out information about the home, can help you find a piece of property within your budget and in the area you want to live in, as well as several other cost effective services. Unfortunately, a real estate agent will be slightly more expensive than a for-sale-by-owner listing, because they charge a percentage on the top. However; considering the time and frustration that you can save by purchasing a house through a real estate agent, you can consider the money well spent.

St. Louis Real Estate 

 Tari Brown  314-727-8008  St Louis City, Lafayette,Tower Grove, Soulard
 Gwen Crocker  314-808-4737  Jefferson County, Arnold, Imperial, Festus
 Cheryl Douglas  314-609-1296  Crawford County, Sullivan, Beaufort, Cuba
 Nancy Dumeyer   314-293-1500  South County, Oakville, Mehlville 
 Julie Johnson  314-341-8804   South St. Louis, St. Louis Hills, South Hampton, Carondelet
 Laura MacDonald Team  636-534-8205  West County, St. Charles, Chesterfield, Florissant
 Adam Kruse  314-210-5115  Maplewood, Brentwood, Central West End, U City
 Paul Rueter  314-614-7902  West County, Maryland Heights, Town & Country, St Charles
 Evren Senol  314-785-7653  St Louis City, Holly Hills, Bevo, Lemay
 Kevin Vetter  314-609-4449  West St. Louis County, Chesterfield, Manchester, Des Peres
 Debra Weber  314-591-2596  South County, Sunset Hills, Fenton, High Ridge

With many St Louis homeowners finding they owe more to the bank than the fair market value of their home, short sales have become more prevalent
 in real estate listings of most areas of the United States. A short sale occurs when the homeowner’s lender agrees to accept less than the outstanding balance on the mortgage as payment in full. While short sales are tools used to avoid foreclosure in many circumstances,homeowners who owe more they can get when they sell their home use short sales when they need to relocate for a job. Short sales have advantages for both the buyer and seller of a property, though the transaction differs from traditional St. Louis home sales. More about St Louis Short Sales

Pros & Cons of For Sale by Owner Listings: 

A For-Sale-By-Owner listing is a piece of property that has been listed for sale by the owner. Usually this type of listing will be slightly cheaper (but not always), but this is one of the only real benefits. However; you should watch out for occasional St. Louis homes that is overpriced by a seller who either won' tknow the value, or is hoping that you won’t know it. The negatives of a For-Sale-By-Owner listing include that the seller probably has no idea what he or she is doing, might not have filed for the proper paperwork, and won’t know about any taxes, liens or restrictions inherit with the property. For Sale by Owner listing are best for people who know what they are doing and have purchased property before because there can be a lot of complicated paperwork involved. 
More about STL For Sale By Owner

st louis home buildersThe St. Louis area is recognized nationally as one of the most affordable and best places to live at any stage of life. Whether you are a young professional just starting out, a family, empty nester, or retiree, there is a community, which fits your lifestyle in the metropolitan St. Louis area. Whether you prefer living in the one of STL's historic districts in a refurbished home, a custom built home in the suburbs.  more about STL home builders

lofts in St. LouisBenefits of Loft Living: If you're thinking about getting a new house, and have the opportunity to get a loft, then you may be wondering if there are any benefits to loft living. A loft is usually a cross between a standard apartment and a studio apartment, and is usually quite open, with very high ceilings. While a loft may or may not be the right option for you; there are several benefits to living in a loft apartment that you should learn about before you make your decision.  Visit STL Lofts