One of the perfect activities for this time of year (Fall is our favorite season, btw) is apple and pumpkin picking. And just a short drive over the Mississippi riverContinue
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Featured Local Communities
With turn-of-the-century homes, great restaurants, and a thriving business community, Kirkwood makes a great place to live and work. Families are attracted to Kirkwood because of the quality and characteristics of its homes as well as the safety and comfort of the area.
At the edge of the St. Louis metro area, Wentzville combines the feel of a progressive town that still maintains strong family values. Affordable and tranquil, Wentzville provides easy access to the area via highways 70 and 64/40, sitting at the “Crossroads of the Nation”.
The streets of Webster Groves are lined with trees and filled with interesting shops, beautiful buildings, and great people. The neighborhood is known for all the right reasons — quite neighborhoods, beautiful homes, great restaurants, thriving businesses, and a fascinating college community.
Central West End
Just down Kingshighway, north of Washington University’s School of Medicine, lies a cosmopolitan neighborhood that feels more like New York than Midwest. Adorned with iron lighting and cobblestone roads, living in Central West End is like “taking a trip into town”— but every day.
With thriving companies in technology, medicine, and science, Creve Coeur has come to be known as the Silicon Valley of St. Louis County real estate. But Creve Coeur is not just a high-tech haven; this St Louis County real estate offers great schools, well-funded city services, and consistent home values.
Florissant is St. Louis County’s largest municipality, but it still manages to feel like a small town in many ways. Theatre buffs, retirees, starting families, and students all find something to appreciate about the city named one of Money Magazine’s Best Small Cities.
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According to Black Knight Financial Services, negative equity rates, which indicate how many home mortgages are ‘under-water’, fell to lowest levels in the United States since the housing market crashContinue