Two story tan brick home with open house sign in the front yard.

How to Determine a Home’s Value

Whether you are buying or selling a home, there is probably one big question on your mind: How much is it? Buyers want to find a house they love and can comfortably afford. Sellers want to receive top dollar, to set them up for success on their next journey. No matter which side you are read more

Front of a red brick and stone house with a Meyer Real Estate for sale sign in the front yard. The house is for sale in a sellers market.

10 Reasons to Take Advantage of a Seller’s Market

If you spend any amount of time contemplating whether or not to sell your house, chances are you have at least one foot (metaphorically) out the door. What’s keeping you from taking the next step? Whether market uncertainty or the thought of looming home repairs are preventing you from listing your house “For Sale,” there read more

Painting supplies set on a tarp on the floor with a long roller against a white wall and a ladder unfolded in preparation for a person to paint their house before the spring selling season.

12 Steps to Prepare Your Home for a Spring Sale

Once Punxsutawney Phil pokes his little head out of the ground and dares us to think about the arrival of spring, we start to plan for the arrival of spring real estate. Often, this is the busiest and most productive time of year to sell a home. If you are one of those homeowners who read more

Selling a Home in the Winter

Pros and Cons of Selling a Home in the Winter

‘Tis the season to deck the halls, wrap gifts, bake cookies and . . . sell a home? Spring is typically seen as the “best” time of year to sell a home, for several valid reasons – including the simple fact that the weather is more conducive to driving around town to get in-and-out of read more

haunted houses in St. Charles

5 Real-Life Haunted Houses in St. Charles

There is a reason St. Charles, Missouri, has a historic reputation. People have been living (and dying) in the area for far longer than most towns west of the Mississippi have existed. In fact, the city, first known as Les Petites Cotes (“The Little Hills”), has been home to a recorded settlement for more than read more

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What to Expect When Selling to a Fast Cash Home Buyer

From “Flip or Flop” to “Fixer Upper” and HGTV’s newcomer “Desert Flippers,” the business of buying and flipping outdated houses has never appeared more glamorous. On a smaller scale, local companies working the “We buy ugly homes” angle have built an empire on the business of rehabbing residential properties. If you received a post card read more


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5 Things to Know About Buying a Foreclosed Home

September 11, 2019 by Meyer Real Estate

During an online search of “Homes for Sale,” there is an elusive category that receives much attention and even greater speculation. This type of listing typically may even be considered a Potential Listing rather than a sure thing. Of course, we are talking about Foreclosed Homes. In a previous post, we explained how homes are read more

Do You Remember These 12 Old Real Estate Practices?

August 27, 2019 by Meyer Real Estate

Spawn Books, and Bail Bonds, And Keys, Oh My! Selling homes is a process that has evolved enormously in the last century. Over the last 60 years of selling homes in St. Charles, the Meyer Real Estate team has watched the profession change drastically. Technology has advanced, laws were updated and then the internet went read more

Neighborhood Spotlight: Living in New Town at St. Charles

July 16, 2019 by Meyer Real Estate

With its tree-lined streets, lakes and canals, New Town at St. Charles is unlike any ordinary neighborhood. Resulting from a weeklong initial design workshop in February of 2003, New Town was planned to combine the ideals of a classic American town and a modern community. The result? “A place where the coffee shop is right read more

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