When looking at homes for sale, buyers are likely to hear the term “fixer-upper.” While they may have a general idea of what that means, they might be less clear about how that house might differ from one described as “needing some TLC” or one that is advertised as “perfect for flipping.” 

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Like any industry, the world of real estate comes with its own rules and lingo. Since buying a house isn’t something most people do all the time, the process can seem confusing and mysterious. For first-time homebuyers, the fear of the unknown can create a lot of anxiety. But even someone who has bought numerous houses in the past might be concerned that things have changed since their last purchase—or because of the pandemic.

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There is nothing quite like that very first home for first-time buyers. Buying a house is a big step that can be exciting, terrifying, and everything in between. Realtors who help find homes for first-time buyers are used to answering a lot of questions and walking clients through the process. We’ve compiled some of their best tips and advice.

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A “for sale” sign has popped up on a house you’ve always admired. Or maybe you see a sign on a house that just looks interesting, and that could be perfect for you and your family. Whether you’re already in the process of house hunting, or if you’re not really looking yet, you might be intrigued enough to take a closer look. 

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You’re about to form a very meaningful relationship. No, we’re not talking about dating or getting married. We’re talking about the kind of partnership you need with your real estate agent when you decide to buy or sell a house. And while you’re not committing to spending a lifetime with them, the bond must be one based on trust and communication.

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Two things you can always count on at this time of year: A recap of the past year, and predictions about the one that’s about to begin. Since 2020 was...let’s call it unpredictable...forecasts for 2021 are sure to generate a lot of interest. 

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Is Buying a Home Tax Deductible?

Tuesday, December 1st, 2020

Real estate is often described as a good investment, and in most cases, owning a home has more financial benefits than renting. But what about taxes? Is buying a home tax deductible? Unfortunately, if home buyers are expecting big tax write-offs, they are likely to be disappointed. 

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Livable, affordable, and friendly are some of the adjectives you want to hear when you’re in the market for a home. All of these are used when describing St. Louis and its surrounding communities. We’re biased, but we think it’s the city for the next century! Read our recent article and we think you’ll agree. 

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Searching for a luxury home in the St. Louis area might take more effort than you’d think it should. It’s not that the region doesn’t have a robust market of magnificent homes—it most certainly does! The problem is that luxury means something different to everyone. The word is tossed into listings all the time, but just calling a house a luxury home doesn’t make it so.

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The internet is filled with articles about fun things to do in almost every city in the United States. We could tell you all about what makes St. Louis great—from the Arch to gooey butter cake to the free zoo to our beloved Cardinals and Blues—but that’s been done. If you’re thinking of moving here, you don’t need another “best of” article. Let’s talk about what it’s like to really live in or near The Lou. 

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