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Welcome to the “New Normal” of Real Estate by Karie Jacobs 573-480-3194

The best deals in Real Estate are when you buy at the bottom of the market before an upswing. The problem with that timing is you would need a crystal ball to know for sure that you are at the bottom. It is only when the sales numbers improve that you know that the bottom has come and indeed is now gone. With that said we evaluate the market the best we can by looking at trends in the market place. To give some historical perspective it is necessary to review the statistics for the last six years. In 2006 the Lake of the Ozarks reported sales in excess of $492 million with 3636 total units sold. The trend for the next three years was a decrease in sales volume to a level in 2009 of just over $235 million with 1840 units sold. In 2010 sales decreased slightly to $224 million and 1807 units and in 2011 a closed sale volume of $235 million and units of 1857. What this data indicates is that since 2009 to present there has been stabilization in the real estate market at the lake. We were fortunate that only one percent of our listings were represented by foreclosure and short sale properties. This lack of distressed properties didn’t

This market we have now is the “New Normal.” put additional pressure on the market as it did in other parts of the country. While the distressed properties made up one percent of the listings they did represent twenty percent of the sales as people rushed to purchase perceived “deals” and often bidding up the list price of desirable foreclosures. The answer everyone wants to know is when will we be in recovery? Here is the good new and bad news all in one! Based on my analysis of the data I believe that we have reached the bottom and will continue positive gains as our economy slowly recovers. The bad new is that the recovery will be slow and measured with increases of around one to two percent a year for the foreseeable future.

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Burgers' Smokehouse is historic by Ed Scott

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Time dramatically changes things. In 1927, a small farm along the Moreau River in Moniteau County, just one-and-a-half miles south of California, Mo., had belonged to a couple named Frederick and Minnie Bueker; it had represented just a modest living generated when farms were busting across America. But that same year, a man named E.M. Burger benefited from the knowledge of ham curing held by his mother, Hulda, an immigrant from Germany in the late 1800s. He began selling— on the very land formerly belonging to the Buekers—their cured hams in Jefferson City and Columbia in 1927, realizing that a professionally seasoned ham could materialize more money than could an entire hog, itself. The duo sold six hams that first year.

The rest is . . . a classic American commercial success story. In 1930, Burger married one of the daughters of that aforementioned couple, Natalie. And 22 years later Burger founded Burgers’ Ozark Country Cured Hams, incorporated in 1956. A year earlier, in ’55, former President Harry S. Truman presented the trophy for the Grand Champion Ham at the Missouri State Fair to then-college student and son of E.M. Burger, Morris Burger. Now age 75 and still involved in the business, Morris saw the business renamed Burgers’ Smokehouse. “A lot of businesses have—” Morris once said. “Burgers’ started small.” Located off Missouri State Highway 87 near California, Mo., Burgers’ Smokehouse, now the top U.S. producer of country ham and special-

ty smoked meats, occupies 305,545 square feet—nearly seven acres, and the equivalent of six football fields set side by side. Burgers’ Smokehouse, now with Steven Burger, one of two sons of Morris, as president, produces 12,000,000 pounds of specialty ham products annually. A far cry from the modest early days, such as in 1952, when the company reached the 1,000-hams-sold mark, the Smokehouse now produces 750,000 hams, bacon, sausage, and a dozen other specialties. The company sold 5,000 hams back in 1956. “I attribute much of the success of the family business to the hard work of the first and second generations,” Steven has said, “to the loyalty of past and present employees, and to the commitment of the third generation family members who are dedicated to its future success.” Having the company motto “Simple Traditions Since 1952,” Burgers’ has been featured on NBC’s “The Today Show,” the History Channel’s “Modern Marvels,” the Food Network’s “Modern Cuisine,” and in numerous publications.

Fred and Minnie Bueker The company also has won numerous awards through the years, as well, including more than six—chronicled on the web site—from 1999 to 2004. Employing more than 200 people annually, Burgers’ Smokehouse is a mid-size business, and also adds seasonal help to manage the surging sales at peak holiday times. Now in its third generation—E.M. to Morris, to Steven—the Smokehouse remains a family business, including Steven’s brother, Philip, the vice president. On location at Burgers’ Smokehouse, a Visitor Center is present to accommodate walkersin. A 10-minute video tour can be viewed in the facility theater, and product samples are available for the indulging.

President Harry S. Truman presents the trophy for the Grand Champion Ham at the Missouri State Fair to then-college student and son of E.M. Burger, Morris Burger.


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Classic american success story In addition, the Smokehouse has a store, and a fresh sandwich even can be ordered. Or, the facility’s “diaromas” can be taken in—environments representing the different “seasons” of ham curing. From a couple’s humble farm, to a two-person ham shop, to a small business, and now to a full-blown, widely famous, world-class ham

producer and retailer, the progression to Burgers’ Smokehouse has been long and storied, spanning an amazing 84 years. And the company still employs the same ingredients that were used way back in 1955 . . . a classic American commercial success story.

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