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Homes and Home Sites FOR SALE in the Villas at Cherry Creek. Homes Sites are selling quickly and only a few remain! Cherry Creek is a gated community, located just 2 miles south of downtown Farmington on Henry Street, within City limits and with city utilities. All homes are MAINTENANCE FREE, the Association takes care of snow removal, lawn maintenance and exterior villa maintenance. Community Amenities include Clubhouse, Resort Style Pool and 24 hour Fitness Center

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• 348 Cherry Creek Lane $239,000 • 433 Cherry Creek Lane $219,900 • Home Sites $27,500 *ADDITIONAL VILLAS AVAILABLE STARTING AT $189,000*

• Full basements • Oversized garages • Granite counter tops throughout with solid wood cabinets, with soft close drawers. • Very energy efficient homes with : blown insulation in walls and ceilings, Anderson Windows, LED recessed lighting, furnaces have an energy efficient heat pump • Solid wood and tile flooring •Tile Walk in Showers •Covered Back Patio and Deck • Fully landscaped and sod yards

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Online is KeY We are in a different era of home buying. smart shoppers do most of their due diligence online, and why not? Most real estate brokers list their properties across various websites because that is where buyers gather to get the scoop on new listings. Key information like square footage, lot size, number of bedrooms and nearby school districts is all available at

Fifty-five percent of agents spent between $500 and $2,000 in online marketing last year, according to Realtor.org. You, too, can promote your home with your burgeoning online presence, and you won’t have to pay a dime. Word of mouth is always an effective tool in trying to sell your home, and with the way social media has overtaken the way we network with each other, promoting your home through Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites might just hook the right buyer. A good personal marketing plan can help supplement the professional marketing plan if you work closely with your Realtor. © FOTOliA / AP

the click of a mouse or swipe of a finger. Real estate experts say their industry will only continue to become more entrenched within technology in the future. sOciAl MARKeTinG Facebook, Twitter and other social marketing sites connect people across the globe. Most likely, you have friends of

friends on your Facebook feed or your Tweet Deck. consider posting a couple of photos of your home, along with your asking price, and hit that send button. You never know who may have a friend, family member or co-worker looking for a home just like yours. eMAil Take a look at your

email contact list. This may be the key to selling your home. choose about 10 to 20 of your online acquaintances and reach out to them with a general message detailing your desire to sell your home. send them a photo and bits of information related to your home that you find most appealing. The best thing about

sharing information digitally is the ease in which it can be shared. if one of your targeted friends or family members has someone in mind looking for a home, all they have to do is forward your information along. A little networking – even online – can go a long way toward securing a buyer.


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Plan well so you don’t get your feet wet!

Prepare the bathroom before the work starts. To avoid damage to countertops, toilet, and cabinets

Check the drainage and the infrastructure before waterproofing the walls and floor to prevent leakage. Cover exposed partition walls with waterproof panels. Choose tiling that blends with the color and style of the existing décor. Many different elements should be considered when selecting a new shower head: its adjustability (pivoting, tilting, removability); water flow; type of jets (pulsating or therapeutic massage); and pressure adjustment. Take your time and choose a shower door that fits with your budget and décor (plastic, transparent, frosted glass, mirror) and the way it opens (sliding, folding, pivoting).

A good recipe for an organized kitchen Perhaps it’s time to rethink the organization of your kitchen storage areas if you have to waste precious cooking time rooting around in drawers and cupboards for the object you need. When dishes, utensils, pots and pans, small appliances, recipe books, and cleaning products all seem to be in the wrong place, it is practically impossible to work efficiently. It also likely means your kitchen looks cluttered. To get better organized, start by creating compartments inside your kitchen cabinets. The height of adjustable shelves can usually be changed in order to reorganize the contents and maximize space. Alternately, create subdivisions by using plastic or steel baskets, containers, and small shelving units. Install lazy Susans in the corner cabinets, and think about adding pull-out sliding systems so you can reach articles at the back.

Hooks can be used to hang utensils and chopping boards inside lower cupboards. You could also opt for separators which allow serving plates, chopping boards, and lids to be stored vertically. Install storage modules on the inside of cabinet doors for cleaning products and brushes, sliding modules for the garbage and recycling bins, as well as racks for hand and dish towels. Add different sizes and shapes of compartments to drawers and stack two utensil trays on top of each other. Organize the worktop to tidily store everything you want to keep close at hand, such as the bread box, knife block, vases or decorative bowls, and appliances. Supports for foil and plastic wrap rolls, cups and glasses, hooks for oven mitts, and measuring cups could be installed on the undersides of wall mounted cabinets.

Installing a door? ’Nothing to it! Installing a door yourself is a relatively simple operation. With the tools and materials listed here you’ll be fully equipped to get the job done: a door, of course, plus cedar shims, a set square, finishing nails, screws, hammer, level, screwdriver, drill, and retractable blade knife.

and closes without difficulty. Insert cedar shims on the side where the door handle is. Cut off any excess with a retractable blade knife. Install moldings around the door on both sides. Nail them to the frame and wall studs. Fix the strike plate and the handle as well as the door stopper.

The first step is to install the doorframe. Use the set square and level to ensure that it is perfectly straight. Slide a cedar shim under the door to support it and help you align it with the hinge mortises. Align the hinges with the mortises already cut into the door frame and screw them in. After this, the frame and the cedar shims can be fixed to the studs with 2 ½”-spiral finishing nails. Now the door should be screwed into place on the frame. Check to ensure that it is well adjusted

All you need are cedar shims, a set square, finishing nails, screws, hammer, level, screwdriver, drill, and retractable blade knife.

Many different types of doors are available on the market: • Interior hinge or swing door: opens to one side, providing unimpeded passage. • Sliding door: fully opens with a translational motion (ideal for small areas). • Pocket door: disappears completely into the wall, providing extra space and light. • French door: usually of glass from top to bottom, allowing lots of light into the room. • Folding door: made up of several, narrow leafs that fold in on themselves, thus saving space.

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If you decide to entrust this work to a contractor, familiarize yourself with the basics of bathroom renovation before meeting with him or her. That way you will know what they are talking about and if their budget estimate makes sense. Find out their hourly rate, availability to finish the job on a schedule, the materials they will require, their previous experience, and any other questions that can help you choose a reliable contractor.

protect them with old, thick towels or cushions or protective coverings. To cut contractor costs, remove the shower’s existing tiling yourself and scrape away all the grouting so that the surface is smooth. Old pipes and shower fixtures can be recycled rather than put in the garbage.

The installation of a new shower is a great deal easier if you are well prepared before staring on the job. If you’re doing the work yourself, make sure your tool kit is fitted out properly: putting in new fixtures requires some tools you might not have, and removing ceramic tiles and putting in new ones is not an easy job. You’ll also have to take care to waterproof everything in order to avoid the problem of leaks.

Color is certainly the central element in interior decorating, but it has to be used properly to create the desired effect. As a general rule, for open areas experts recommend the use of the same dominant color, or another option would be to use a mix of colors of the same tone, which blend together harmoniously. If rooms are The colors of the bed cover set the tone for the décor. enclosed, the colors in all the communal living areas, such as the such as a picture or window dressing— kitchen, dining room, living room, family room, and hallways, should com- these are likely to be in your favorite plement each other, creating a flow from colors, anyway. If your furniture is colone room to the next. After this you could orful, use neutral tones on the walls. give each of the rooms a different accent color. If you prefer to use contrasting col- In choosing a color scheme, rememors, some kind of transition should be cre- ber that dark colors absorb light, make ated by inserting a decorative element in rooms appear smaller, and create a more the same color as each of the other rooms. intimate atmosphere. On the other hand, pale colors reflect light, increase brightColors used in the bedrooms, bathroom, ness, and amplify the space. Warm coland home office should create a different ors (yellow, orange, red, lime green) atmosphere from the rest of the home. give an impression of warmth to rooms Think about using tones that harmonize without sun, and cold colors (blue, viowith the more expensive, long-lasting let, mint green) are suitable for sunny elements, such as a carpet or sofa. rooms. Evaluate colors in both daylight Similarly, you could try to coordinate and in the artificial lighting used after with an object of interest that you like, dark.

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17093529

Cadet - $247,000 95 Acre Farm, Hwy E Cadet. 2 small ponds, springs, beautiful place to build, farm, Ideal Hunting!!!

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Potosi - $99,900 106 South Missouri St. Potosi, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, newer metal roof new heat and a/c, garage, carport, Super Sharp must see!!!

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Mineral Point - $249,000

10083 Whippet Rd, former Campground. Property nice 80 x 50 building (was formerly a church and even a restaurant at one time. 1998 16 x 80 nice mobile home and separate frame home, 3 br on 15 acres m/l (former stoney point campground) awesome property.

Farmington - $499,900

902, 910, 912, 918 Weber Rd, Farmington Commercial Building/Mixed use property 3.9 acres m/l High Traffic area. Building has 2 bays was former sign co, many possibilities.

Doe Run - $179,500 # 17068724

3259 Hwy 221 Doe Run, Awesome Church and Fellowship Hall, 2 br cabin Amazing property, church and fellowship hall move in ready.


ThE BAck YArD

Buyers, particularly younger ones, are obsessed with back yards. It is where they entertain throughout the springtime and summer. Parents with young children want plenty of room for their little ones to roam. And buyers with pets would much rather have a place for their dogs to exercise than to drive two towns away to the nearest dog park. You can make a major impression on those viewing your home by putting a little extra time into maintaining and enhancing your back yard.

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What’s better than sitting out in your backyard underneath the stars? how about sitting around your new decorative fire pit?

Add a little warmth to your entertaining space by building a pit, which can be both in-ground or above. Add a large grate for cooking hot dogs or hamburgers and you really have a hotspot. Another project that will add value to your back yard is a patio, requiring only a weekend of your time, some decorative pavers, sand and your creative touch. Pavers come in all colors, shapes and textures, allowing you to infuse your personality into your new patio.

FEncE IT In

If you live in town, installing a composite or treated lumber fence can pay major dividends – both now and when you’re ready to sell. Buyers like their own space, and a fence accomplishes this by blocking off neighbors’ dogs and random walkers-by. People with pets definitely have a fence on their list of must-haves when searching for a new home. You can have one installed by your local home improvement store, a local fencing company, or take on the project yourself. With a little sweat equity and a few hundred dollars, you can have a beautiful fence up in a weekend.

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Each back yard has potential to shine. The hard part is capitalizing on its best features and creating a wonderful getaway, just feet from your back door. If your yard is large, you may have room for more landscaping or decorative touches. A small yard can be enhanced by vibrant grass or tall birdhouses that help extend the space.

e may live inside, but the back yard is where we play. And it’s one of the first parts of your home that prospective buyers will want to see.

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Leadwood / $32,500

New Listing! Investors take a look! Great opportunity to add to your inventory. 2 bedroom, 1 bath investment property. The home has a partial basement, off street parking, and is total electric. Siding, roof and HVAC were replaced only 7 years ago.

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Park Hills / $229,900

New Listing! Beautiful 3 bedroom home with full walk out basement, 2 car attached garage, and 30 x 60 detached garage with concrete floor & electric. All this sitting on 5.39 acres just outside of town. The home has a spacious main floor with large living room, large kitchen with lots of cabinets, pantry, breakfast bar, stainless appliances and separate dining room.

Fredericktown / $79,900

This home has the potential to be the perfect country getaway for the family. This manufactured home sits on a concrete block foundation located on +/-10 acres just a few miles north of Fredericktown. There is plenty of room for a large or growing family with an open floor plan, 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. The open kitchen has a large island, plenty of cabinets and a pantry.

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Farmington / $169,900

Spacious home with 1890 sq feet on the main level which includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, family room, kitchen, separate dining room and all season room. Image the same square footage on the lower level where you will find an enormous recreational room, a large storage room and additional space for office or work out room. The home has a large attached garage and two large additional outbuildings.

17080623 Terre Du Lac / $214,900

1136B N Desloge Dr. - Desloge

Belleview / $74,900

This property is located just over an hour from St. Louis in the beautiful and historic Belleview Valley. With 36+/- acres, 2 ponds and over 600 ft of road frontage you are sure to find the perfect place to build your dream home or weekend getaway. This land is untouched, mostly wooded and ready to hunt. Property has electric, well and septic from previous resident.

17096693 Terre Du Lac / $17,900

2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in Terre Du Lac. The plumbing in the home has been updated from the ground up in 2017. Many new features include kitchen remodeling including some new cabinets and counter tops. New flooring in kitchen, master bath, hallway and much more. This is all electric and very economical. The home has a covered deck and screened in back deck along with a utility shed.

17049486

Newly constructed home with 2443 sq feet of living space and a full unfinished basement. This is a must see home with the spectacular 33x28 great room, something you just don’t see every day. The open floor plan shows off the large kitchen with slate cabinets, large pantry and comes with all appliances.

Farmington / $210,000

Looking for the perfect piece of property just outside of Farmington? This is the property you have been waiting for! Just minutes from Farmington and located at the very end of a dead end road you will have all the privacy, peace and seclusion you desire. With 39 +/- acres of woods and an approximately 1 acre pond you have the option of building.

17024088 Terre Du Lac / $239,000

As you pull up to this home I believe the word majestic might go thru your head as you see this newly built home. You will enjoy a large great room that walks out to a large covered front deck giving you unbelievable views of two lakes & beautiful scenery, what a place to end or start your day. For the avid golf lover, the beautiful Terre Du Lac golf course is in your back yard!!

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SpRIng InTo AcTIon The springtime is traditionally the height of the real estate list-

ing market, with buyers and sellers awakening from the doldrums of another cold winter. According to the national Association of Realtors, most sales take place between April and July. Sellers work hard through the winter months to renovate and remodel their homes to put the best foot forward come spring. Buyers prepare, too, by pinching pennies and growing their savings accounts for the up-front costs of a real estate transaction. And that can be a smart move, as property prices are often at their highest during the spring season and owners are less likely to negotiate early in their listing period. FAll The fall my not be quite as popular in terms of listing and buying homes, but it has its advantages. For sellers, the competition is far less fierce during the fall, allowing them greater market prominence and listing power. Their prospective pool of buyers may be smaller than in the spring, but those who are looking for homes in the fall are usually serious suitors. Whether they are relocating or facing extenuating circumstances that require an untimely move, buyers looking in the fall often have motivation to purchase quickly. Sellers can benefit in the fall from having less competition and more serious buyers. If you find the right agent to list your home with, they’ll give you the best chance to sell your home quickly — and for top dollar — any time of year.

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It’s difficult to identify the right time to jump in. In most parts of the country, spring and summer are obviously the hot seasons for buying and selling. But listing or looking in the fall can have its benefits, too. Before deciding when you should list or buy, Realtors recommend that you conduct thorough market research on your own, develop a hard budget or asking price, and be prepared to negotiate. A well-prepared buyer or seller can be the difference between a home sitting for months or being snatched up in weeks, no matter the season.

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or both buyers and sellers, the real estate market can be a confusing one to enter.

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296 CHERRY CREEK

Farmington • $42,500

Cherry Creek! Build to suit on your double corner lot. Suitable for a large villa with 3 car garage--with whatever amenities you can dream up. 17091596

232 BUZZARD ROCK

Farmington • $30,000

Wooded building lot in beautifulWinchester Hills! Build your dream on five acres at the intersection of Buzzard Rock and Silver Creek Roads. Beautifully maintained gated community with access to several small lakes.

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9242 HWY T

Farmington • $134,900

A few dollars and some elbow grease and you could make this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home on 7+ acres a perfect country home.Winding driveway onto wooded lot, nice covered deck, 24x32 metal outbuilding, fencing for dogs.

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49 CHERRY CREEK

Farmington • $38,000

Very nice corner lot at beautifulVillas at Cherry Creek. Large corner lot with enough room for a three car garage, if desired. Cherry Creek features beautiful upscale condos, gated entry, clubhouse with pool, and exterior maintenance for all residents.

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198 LEMBECK LAKE ROAD

DeSoto • $299,000

Good taste shows in this lovely story and a half home on almost ten acres of pasture in desirable DeSoto area! Completely remodeled in the last few years, with high end finishes. 17080703

3367 WEST HWY 72

Fredericktown • $307,000

Wow!Wait till you check out this big beautiful home! Four plus acres with 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, office/bonus room, living room, family room, enormous rec room with full bar, nice kitchen, and formal dining room. 17065533

2950 ARNOLDI

Farmington • $499,000

Prime commercial 8.75 acres at the edge of Farmington, a busy, growing area. Lots of traffic, high visibility from Hwy 67, road frontage onWeber Road. Many posibilities.

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6466 LAKEVIEW

French Village • $249,000

Vacation every day!Two--could be three--bedroom modular ranch on waterfront lot. Only a few years old and well kept, with fireplace, roomy kitchen, big bedrooms and baths, one with two showers!

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306 HOLLY TREE

Farmington • $125,000

Private, peaceful and quiet! Perfect three bedroom two bath condo at the edge of Farmington. Covered patio overlooks lawn and trees. Main level master bedroom and laundry with washer/dryer included. 3855 PRATTE ROAD

Doe Run • $23,500

Three bedroom, one bath home on corner lot in Doe Run.Vinyl siding, some updates. Needs someTLC, but could be a good starter home or investment property. Call to see.

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HWY 67

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Bonne Terre • $159,900 Beautiful 14 acre mini farm with snug farmhouse, several outbuildings including a nice 36 x 48 metal garage/outbuilding with two sets of sliding doors, detached garage, and old chicken house. 137 VIERSE DRIVE

Farmington • $209,000

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Lots of potential in busy traffic area! 3120 square foot building, formerly used as a daycare, but lots of possibilities for retail operation or office. Four offices with 40x35 open main area.

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Park Hills - $134,500

Gleaming oak staircase takes you up to an office, loft, bedroom and 1/2 bath. Elegant living room has custom ceiling with crown molding and gas fireplace. HUGE recently remodeled kitchen! Sunroom off kitchen accesses the private landscaped patio area.

17095300

Park Hills - $49,900

2 bdrm home on corner lot has wood floors, lots of wood kitchen cabinets, basement for storage and a detached garage. So much potential here!! Lot size and location would make excellent apart. expansion or conversion to commercial use.

17058511

Park Hills - $67,900

Great 2-3 bedroom home in Park Hills that has everything on the main level! Real wood floors, walk in closets and a covered porch. Call for your appointment today.

17096254

Fredericktown - $115,000

Great 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo in secluded area very close to town! Galley style kitchen with appliances, nice bar area and easy access to garage. Large master suite with walk-in closet. Screened porch off the dining area.

17085363

Farmington - $235,500

Master suite with sitting room, soaking tub and separate shower. Huge laundry room off kitchen and three season/hot tub room opens to party deck and in ground pool. Pool house and storage shed inside privacy fence. The 40 x 50 garage has a 1-bedroom apartment in the back with a screened porch. Needs a little TLC but has lots of potential!!

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Potosi - $57,900

Mobile home with add-ons and has been covered, on a permanent foundation. Large living room, eat-in kitchen and dining room. Several outbuildings, some have electric. 1 1/2 baths, all on 1.56 acres.

17077089

Park Hills - $74,500

Charming 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home. MOVE IN READY- Includes Stove, Refrig, Washer & Dryer, Heating & Air Conditioning only 4 yrs old and the Roof just 2 yrs old. Plus a large double lot. This property is also zoned commercial.

17059105

Park Hills - $94,500

Large family home with updated kitchen, established landscaping, backyard patio with decorative pond & waterfall. Fenced yard with shed. Tri-level with 3 bedrooms and bath on upper level and additional bedroom or office in basement level. Rec room with bar and outside door. Laundry room and half bath combined. Home is being sold as is. Pre-approved buyers only, please.

17024662

Bonne Terre - $139,000

Five bedrooms and 2 bath on 10 acres of pasture. Don’t need 5 bedrooms, you have office space or room for guests. Additional acreage is available. Room to build and fence for cattle or horses. Great place for entertaining and raising your family. 24 HOUR NOTICE PLEASE. PRE-APPROVED BUYERS ONLY, NO EXCEPTIONS.

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1136B N Desloge Dr. - Desloge 18003583

Beautiful 3 bedroom home with full walk out basement, 2 car attached garage, and 30 x 60 detached garage with concrete floor & electric. All this sitting on 5.39 acres just outside of town. The home has a spacious main floor with large living room, large kitchen with lots of cabinets, pantry, breakfast bar, stainless appliances and separate dining room. The lower level is just waiting for you to finish to your plans and add additional living space to this great home. The home has a large covered back deck giving you a great place to relax, enjoy the scenery or watch for wildlife. Many upgrades to this home include 3/4” oak wood floors, ceramic tile, 9’ ceilings, covered front porch, tank less water heater, energy efficient windows and more.

Park Hills • $229,900

17067627

This gorgeous custom-built home is conveniently located minutes from town and sits on 6+ acres! Enter the home and you immediately note the expansive ceilings. An abundance of windows, including transoms, surround you with natural light streaming off the handsome wood floors. The open floor plan includes a formal dining room and kitchen boasting custom stone work. An oasis of relaxation awaits in the master bedroom with en-suite. The custom tile work and high-end vanity feels like a spa retreat in the master bath. An additional two bedrooms with and Jack & Jill bathroom complete the split floor plan. The basement is near complete with partially finished area for a kitchen, family room, 2 more bedrooms and bathroom.

Bonne Terre • $429,900

17056931

Terre du Lac • $229,000

Fabulous home on Lake Carmel in sought after Terre du Lac. If you are looking for a primary residence or a weekend get away home, call today to see this lake home on a double lot! Multiple families can enjoy time at the lake, as this home features 2 kitchens!! Walk out to the deck from your living room or master bedroom and relax and enjoy the awesome view. This home has 3 bedrooms on the main level and an additional bedroom and bath on the lower level. The lower level also includes a family room with fireplace and walks out to the patio for easy access to the water with your own large dock! Enjoy fishing from your back yard, or take a boat out on the lake!! Enjoy all Terre Du Lac has to offer. Don’t wait, Call Today!!!

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About Home Warranties

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home warranty can be a security blanket of sorts — and a comfortable one at that. As many forward-thinking homeowners have discovered, a home warranty is a valuable tool in helping overcome early ownership challenges in the face of major mechanical or appliance breakdowns. But it’s not just buyers who benefit from home warranties. They are also designed to protect the seller and the agent in the face of major needed repairs. Experts urge you to do your homework on warranty companies and to consider the addition of an insurance policy in your transaction. A ComforT LEvEL Warranties offer a measure of financial protection if certain appliances or aspects of the home break down during a particular amount of time of new home ownership. They also provide a comfort level to all parties involved in a real estate transaction. Buyers can take solace in the fact that they will be relieved of major, unex-

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The policies usually require homeowners to contact the company when something goes wrong, and they send out a repair person to give an evaluation. All companies are different in the way THE BAsiCs they do business, though, Typically ranging in so do your research on price from $300 to $800, the various ones in your warranties are a relatively area. inexpensive purchase more than likely, your when considering the local real estate branches overall price of a home. will pair with local propected expenses. Warranties may reduce a seller’s liability, while also strengthening the reputation of the agent for their efforts in trying to protect both sides.

viders, so by asking around you should be able to find out if the warranty will be a smart purchase.

attaching it to your home. Commonly purchased by sellers as a way to entice a buyer, some new homeowners are not able rEAd THE finE PrinT to fully evaluate the poliWarranties are only as cy or research the comlegitimate as they are pany. drafted to be. some warThe Better Business ranty companies are Bureau recommends that more respected than oth- buyers ask for the comers, so be sure to read pany name in their forthe full warranty contract mal offer and follow up before signing it and with thorough research.


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Gabe Swinford Realtor® Broker Associate

900 Hwy OO FREDERICKTOWN, MO

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Cell: 314-223-0488

Cell: 573-783-0260

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Realtor® Sales Associate

Cell: 573-225-0374

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573-783-8231 www.swinfordrealtyllc.com

WEST SIDE LOCATION #18002078 • 302 Virginia Street • FREDERICKTOWN

8 ACRES

#17018706 • Madison 240 • FREDERICKTOWN

HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION

$57,500

$43,500

$69,900

1460 Sq. Ft. West side home featuring two large bedrooms & two baths, laundry room, and a craft room that could easily be converted to a third bedroom. Attached 1 car garage with work shop provides ample room for tools and hobbies. Located adjacent to the park with basketball, baseball and the town pool right outside the door!

8 private acres of pasture with county water and BREC available. With no restrictions and located just outside the city limits, this property has many possibilities!

Great downtown location in a high traffic area. Main level could be used for possible store front Office/retail space or apartment. Two apartments upstairs will provide additional income with a little work. Upstairs apartments can be entered from the front or back of building. A 23x14 detached garage could be used for additional storage or rental income as well.

#17076890 • 129 West Main • FREDERICKTOWN

96 +/- ACRE CATTLE FARM

4 BEDROOMS / 3 ACRES

96+/- ACRE WORKING CATTLE FARM - Currently supporting over 30 cows, this farm is fenced, cross fenced, has good grass, year round creek and stocked, spring fed pond. Complete with a catch pen and barn with alley way and head chute inside, equipment shed with electric and a workshop. Multiple building sites, state highway frontage and some of the prettiest views in this part of the county.

SPACIOUS 4 BEDROOM COUNTRy HOME ON 3 ACRES! - Open main living consists of a kitchen to die for with walk in pantry, large dining, living room & maple floors throughout. Large master suite with 2 additional bedrooms, full bath & office/den finish out the main level. Plenty of natural light is provided by skylights, windows and French doors throughout the home. Walkout basement features a family room, one additional bedroom, a bath and large utility room. Another finished room in basement is currently being used as additional sleeping space complete with closet.

#17084398 • Hwy E • FREDERICKTOWN

#17053374 • 1672 County Road 924 • PATTON

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES PINE CASTLE ESTATES

FULL BRICK

#16041791 •6769 Bus Hwy 67 • FREDERICKTOWN

#17091139 • 1 Magnolia Court • FREDERICKTOWN

#18000257 • 510 Albert Street • FREDERICKTOWN

$45,000

$17,500

$57,750

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! 1.38 acre commercial lot with a 450 sq. ft. building right on Business 67 Cherokee Pass, MO. Right across the street from a truck stop, subway & DogN-Suds, this is the areas go to spot for everyone to stop when traveling Hwy 67. Good visibility, easy access & a level lot.

One of the few buildings lots left at Pine Castle Estates. Quite community in a great location with all utilities available.

2000 sq. ft. full brick home on a double lot. Very unique with tons of character. Needs lots of work but is definitely one of a kind. Motivated seller, make offer.

Weekly Real Estate January 26th, 2018  
Weekly Real Estate January 26th, 2018