When it’s summertime, homeowners are usually too distracted by beaches and festivals to focus on home improvement projects. By the time the fall season arrives, there’s usually a long list of things that you want to do at your home. The pressure to fix up your house can be overwhelming, so start by focusing on these four fall home improvement musts.
Give Your Rooms a Fresh Coat of Paint
Temperatures can reach 100 or more degrees in St. Louis during the summer, so it’s usually too hot to embark on ... read more
Congratulations to all our August Top Producers!
Saint Louis Office
Top Listing and Closing Agent – Kim Carney
Top Sales Agent – Patrick McLaughlin
Top Listing, Sales and Closing Team (3 members or less) – Shakofsky, Drury & Davis Top Listing, Sales and Closing Team - The Gellman Team
Most Units Sold – Melissa Fields
South County Office
Top Closing Agent – Ryan Miller
Top Listing Agent – Nick Metz
Top Sales Agent – Stacy Deutschmann
Top Sales and Closing ... read more
One of the most common places where mold forms is in the bathroom. Prevent mold’s growth in and around your home by paying attention to practices that allow mold to thrive.
People generate moisture through everyday living, especially in the summer when people fight humidity with air conditioning. The resulting moisture in turn generates mold. One of the most common places where mold forms is in the bathroom. Bathroom mold left untreated can be dangerous. The warm moisture from showers and baths is a breeding ... read more
In a seller’s market, buyers frequently find themselves competing for a limited number of available properties for sale. When competing for a home, one thing that can give buyers a distinctive edge is writing a dear seller letter to the homeowners.
A dear seller letter is one thing that can give the buyer a distinctive edge in a seller’s market. In St. Louis listing inventory is low and buyers find themselves competing for a limited number of available properties for sale. When competing for a home... read more
Summer is the best time to invite friends and family over for a get together. Here are six ideas to guarantee your summer gatherings will be a hit.
1. Break out the party games
If some of your guests don’t know each other, set up a few backyard games to help break the ice. Croquet, badminton and horseshoes are all good choices. For an easy DIY project, paint a wood pallet and cut a circular hole in the middle for a fun beanbag-toss game.
2. Fire up the grill
Nothing says summer like a casual barbecue i... read more