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Roger Schneider, SCHNEIDER Real Estate, Inc.
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Posted on 08/09/2020
Finding a Real Estate Agent for Purchasing or Selling Your Million Dollar+ Home
Photo by Snapwire Photography via Pexels When you have a million-dollar home to sell, don’t just get any real estate agent. The same goes if you are buying a million-dollar home. It would be best if you had a real estate agent that does more than think like a millionaire. When you choose a real estate agent who...
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Posted on 08/02/2020
It’s a Balancing Act: Credit and Debt
Image by David Pereiras from Shutterstock Your FICO score is a key factor used to determine if you qualify for a mortgage. The Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) is the creator of the most common credit score used by home loan providers. The algorithm used to create your score is a closely-guarded industry secret. But in general, it factors...
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Posted on 07/30/2020
Another Property Sold - 437 Marina, Lake Sherwood, MO 63357
Spectacular 2-story lake home built among the trees and located along the main lake with your own private dock. With freshly painted rooms, this 3bed/2.5 bath is a gorgeous, meticulously maintained home offering beautiful updated laminate flooring & stunning, detailed millwork & crown molding. New carpeting runs throughout the 2nd story. The living room featuring a wood burning fireplace & wet bar flows into the huge dining room with a big bay window. You will not believe the stunning sunroom which brings nature indoors with its tall windows, while relaxing in your sunken hot tub in any season. Great for cookouts &...
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Posted on 07/26/2020
Live-Work Properties: A Brief Guide
Photo by Archi_Viz via Shutterstock Many urban areas promote the concept of working where you live, or living where you work, to simplify your life. But what does that mean when you’re buying real estate? The main difference is in zoning requirements and building codes. Those that are primarily zoned as residential offer fewer options for commercial enterprises....
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Posted on 07/19/2020
Does the Appraisal Impact a Home's Sale?
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay As the home buying process nears the closing, both buyers and sellers need to prepare for the appraisal. This often the last step the lender requires before approving financing for the buyer, so it’s an important part of the home sale process. What is an Appraisal? An appraisal is an unbiased, professional evaluation...
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Posted on 07/12/2020
Selling Savvy to Today’s Smart Buyers
Image by wavebreakmedia from Shutterstock If you've owned your house for a long time and are putting it on the market, take time to consider how the buying and selling process has changed. Today’s buyers are both smart and cautious. They have access to more information than was possible a decade ago. Research shows that buyers begin shopping...
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Posted on 07/07/2020
6 Advantages of Condo Living
Photo by Wes Hicks on Unsplash Owning a condo can provide you with the best of both worlds. While you own your unit, ownership of the common areas, land and building are shared. The other members of the condo association share costs with you. Either a property management company or the board of directors is responsible for making...
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Posted on 06/28/2020
Tips on Preparing Your Real Estate Investments During a Recession
Photo by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay Property owners got clobbered in the Great Recession of 2008, but that was the exception rather than the rule. Real estate typically weathers hard times well compared to other investments. Still, there’s always the possibility you could get squeezed if property values drop or if your personal or business income takes a...
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Posted on 06/21/2020
Real Estate and the Estate Tax
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay If you anticipate that you will inherit an estate at some point or if you plan to leave your estate to an heir, it is important to plan for the potential tax implications of that transfer. The federal estate tax is one aspect to consider. Depending on the value of the estate,...
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Posted on 06/14/2020
Open House: Home Staging Mistakes to Avoid
Photo by Mark McCammon via Pexels Anyone who has ever gone out on a job interview or a date knows how important a good first impression is. First impressions can color the entire way we approach a person and environment. When it comes to your home, you want to create a positive setting that draws people in on...
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Posted on 06/10/2020
Another Property Sold - 821 Countryside Drive, Troy, MO 63379
Nearly EVERYTHING new in this completely rehabbed 1500+ total sf 3-BR home w/fin. LL. Spacious eat-in kitchen, white cabs w/crown molding & brushed nickel hdwr, attractive counter top, black & stainless appliances, deep single-bowl SS sink w/commercial grade faucet & luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring. The LR also features LVP floors, 2 large windows & new steel front door. BRs offer attractive plush neutral carpeting. Ceiling fans, six panel white doors/trim & beautiful new paint throughout home. The bath features tub/shower with rich looking ceramic tile surround, adult-height white vanity, brushed nickel lighting,...
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Posted on 06/07/2020
Choosing the Right Property to Flip
Photo by Jonny Lindner via Pixabay Making a flip profitable starts with one straightforward requirement: find a great deal. These tips are straightforward but crucial if you want to nail your first flip or your tenth. 1. Spread the Word that You're In The Market By this point you should have a rock star team nailed down--a few...
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