Why your rental experience goes beyond your front door

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
Miles Jenks

When you’re thinking about renting an apartment, naturally you consider rental price, number of bedrooms, square footage and amenities. But location also figures big in your decision. The neighborhood surrounding your apartment is the locale where you will buy groceries, gas up your car, visit restaurants, dry cleaners, and of course, enjoy the outdoors. You have requirements for that, too. For example, is there a park? A bike trail? Can you bike to work? These are real questions that many renters want answered before they choose their new home.

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Rental Property! 3867 McRee:

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

This 2 bedroom, 2 bath townhome is all about the new, new, new! Rehabbed just one year ago, it offers energy-efficiency with stylish updates—in 1719 square feet of gorgeous living space. For more information, call Julie at 314-772-8407

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By Elena Johnson 

What is your property really worth today? We can help you figure it out by considering some of these influences.

Depending on when you purchased your property, you may have been on a crest of financial circumstances or you may have been in a ditch. For example, if you bought a property in the midst of the 2008 recession and its wake, the property you purchased was most likely sold for a lower amount than what it would now. On the other hand, if you purchased when the market was flowing and growing, your house may be of equal or lesser value now. It’s important to do your research on how the market in your area has changed since your original purchase.

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