Newly Remodeled Ground Floor Apartment on Bellerive Blvd in South St. Louis – Coming soon!
This huge historical four-family St. Louis apartment home is undergoing a total renovation, from bottom to top! Be the first in a completely refinished, ground floor, one bedroom apartment on quiet historical Bellerive Blvd., just off of South Broadway and up the street from Bellerive Park. Everything is new in this remodeled apartment home, including […]READ MORE
What is sustainable living and what does it look like?
Sustainability is a term with various meanings, but the most common thread in all definitions is the protection of the environment and yet improve the overall quality of life. The Real World Coalition in 1996 said “The environment must be protected…to preserve essential ecosystem functions and to provide for the wellbeing of future generations; environmental […]READ MORE
Does it Make Sense to Turn your Long-term Rental into a Vacation Rental?
Author: Trevor Tune It comes as no surprise that investing in real estate can produce great returns. When home prices are rising, merely owning a home can be a worthwhile investment in itself; however, there are other ways to monetize real estate outside of price appreciation. At Clever Real Estate, a platform connecting homeowners with […]READ MORE
Should I Restore an Old House or Build a New One?
By Leigh Maibes Interested in buying a historic home? We’ll help you decide whether to restore it, or tear it down and rebuild. The proud history of St. Louis is reflected in its architecture. Every neighborhood seems lined with historic buildings, from elegant Greek Revival mansions to Modernist masterpieces. No matter where you go, you […]READ MORE
The Delmar Divide Is in Our Head
By Leigh Maibes Delmar Boulevard divides North and South St. Louis by more than just geography. We think this real estate strategy can dissolve the divide. When city planners first built Delmar Boulevard, I don’t think they ever anticipated what it would eventually represent. Countless articles have been written about the Delmar Divide, the invisible […]READ MORE