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Great New Renovation in Fox Park
Posted by Ryan Shakofsky on March 17, 2017 in No Category
The curb appeal says it all! This beautiful Fox Park home was brought back to life! While maintaining much of the historic charm such as transoms and pocket doors, the designer brought forth modern amenities to suit even the pickiest of buyers. The moment you walk in you are greeted by the open floor plan and the dark wood floors that lend sophistication to this chic kitchen. Relax by the fireplace or entertain around the ENORMOUS waterfall island. High end lighting, cabinetry, and stainless steel applian... read more
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To Remodel or To Replace

Posted by Ryan Shakofsky on February 09, 2017 in No Category
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Great New Listing in Ballwin!

Posted by Ryan Shakofsky on September 29, 2016 in No Category

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What to Know If You're Thinking About a Tankless Water Heater

Posted by Ryan Shakofsky on September 02, 2016 in No Category
Tankless water heaters can lead to big savings. However, there are pros and cons to installing a tankless water heater. In order to help you weigh the pros and cons, here are the most important things you need to know before you buy and install your tankless water heater.   1: Higher Initial Costs For a typical tank water heater, on average you would pay between $300 and $800. For a tankless water heater, the initial costs to install it can range anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000. That doesn't even incl... read more
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4 Reasons You Want to Buy a Home This Year

Posted by Ryan Shakofsky on August 31, 2016 in No Category
If you have been sitting on the sidelines since the housing collapse, fearful of taking a chance on buying a home, the wait is over. Even with tighter credit standards, 2016 may be the best time to buy a home. Take a look at these top four reasons now is the time to find your dream home.  #1: Rates on the Rise:Mortgage rates are at an all-time low since 2012. These rates won't last forever. The Federal Reserve is expected to begin increasing interest rates soon, which means the window for record-low... read more
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