Are you planning on moving into a smaller space? If so, begin your search by asking yourself 10 critical questions and taking these first key steps.
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In a competitive market where homes can fly off the market in a week or less, it’s essential that buyers come to the table prepared. Here’s a list of steps every home buyer should consider in their search.
Explore a new (or old) neighborhood... Each area in St. Louis has its own history, architectural styles, community and story to tell. From Soulard to The Hill to Whitmoor, there are 100s of distinct areas in the St. Louis area. Check out these homes in some of the area's most popular neighborhoods.
Buying a home can be a high stress time and it feels even more stressful when you don’t understand the lingo being tossed around. From abbreviated words in listings to acronyms used by real estate agents and loan officers, sometimes it can feel like everyone is speaking a different language. Knowing these acronyms will keep you on the same page as everyone you are working with.
If you’re looking to live somewhere that’s always hustling and bustling with activity, then moving to the city might be the right move. If you’re moving to a larger urban center nearby, life in the city presents unique things to do every day and, in some cases, every hour.
Interviewing potential real estate agents before deciding on whom to hire is a good idea. It’s in your best interest to ask them some or all of the following questions to gauge their knowledge and fit with your needs. Take a look below, and let us know if there are any other questions you’ve found valuable when interviewing agents.