Pacific, Missouri Real Estate

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Not many cities offer multiple county living locations. According to the city website, Pacific, Mo. real estate encompasses St. Louis, Franklin and Jefferson counties. This is a bit unusual, but does allow for some flexibility in taxation benefits. For instance, Jefferson County residents do get a discount at Jefferson College. If one was seeking a degree specific to the college, the savings could be significant. Home prices are equally appealing. According to the St. Louis multiple listing service, the median sale price for a home in Pacific, Mo. is $120,000.

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Donna receives the 2013 Bonnie Drewel Good Neighbor Award!

It’s always nice to see your hard work and efforts recognized in some way, shape, or form. You strive daily for a smile, a pat on the back, or an encouraging word, which then gives you the motivation and perseverance you need to get the job done.

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What to Look for at a Home Showing

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

At Prudential Select Properties, the Marketing Department has been hearing from our agents that you want some more Buyers materials and we’ve been listening.

So you now have a page on your website under the Buyers section called Home Showing Tips.

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Ferguson, Missouri Real Estate

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Are you looking to live in the North County area of St. Louis? According to the Saint Louis multiple listing service the median sale price for a home in Ferguson, Mo. is $70,000. If you desire to purchase St. Louis real estate, the home prices make Ferguson an attractive option.

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Real Estate Podcasts

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Did you know that if you are looking for great real estate marketing ideas there are a wealth of things available to you via the Media Center on Prea?

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Festus and Crystal City are often referred to as the Twin Cities as they are separated only by a street. Affordable housing, new shopping centers, and lots of beautiful open space abound. Town festivals include the Firecracker festival in June and Twin City Days in September as well a Christmas Parade in December.

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Storm Damage and Altruism

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

As I drove around the office the past 24 hours I am amazed at how quickly things can change. On the way into work I saw groups of people standing around in their pajamas drinking coffee and looking at the war zone they are faced with. Talking with one another, pointing, telling animated stories of what they have been through. Driving home last night, I see these same people working in each other’s yards, helping each other clean up the trees, the debris. It is about the younger helping the older, about neighbor helping neighbor. While I would never wish these types of disasters on anyone, it always reminds me how much good there is in a community, in an area, among families, among neighbors, among friends. It is not about being rich or poor, it is not about being black or white – it is about being part of a community that cares.

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The 1st quarter of 2013 has been very exciting for the St. Louis area real estatemarket. 

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What to Look for at a Home Showing

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

Home buying season is upon us. After purchasers holding the upper hand for quite some time, the tide may be turning. According to an article written by Jim Gallagher posted, “In much of the region, it’s no longer a buyers’ market.”

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According to Deidre Wolland from, "Best of Q&A: Can I Buy A Home Without a Down Payment?":

Q: I don’t have any money for down payment but want to buy a home.

I pay a lot in rent and have never been late. My credit is not so good in some areas. I was wondering if I can purchase a home.

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