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2008 

The Saint Louis Real Estate Market this week is showing less active listings than the previous couple of weeks. We are still seeing homes selling, as our pending ratio has remained consistent.  We are showing an increase in the pending ratio this week, however this is only due to less acive listi...
07/27/2008
What was I thinking? by Chris Scheer, Cornerstone Mortgage, O'Fallon, MO The wonderful thing about interest rates is that you never can truly predict what direction they are heading in.  For those of you that read my last post about rates going down, you at this point think I am a complete fool! ...
07/23/2008
The Saint Louis Real Estate Market this week sees our buyer activity remaining steady, with only a few new active listings.  Our average pending ratio has climbed to 14.46% with a few more homes accepting contracts.  With the heat of summer and interest rates inching upward to around 6.26% for a ...
07/20/2008
Goodbye Countrywide and Goodbye to their step brother Indy Mac by Chris Scheer, Cornerstone Mortgage, O'Fallon, MO The Federal Reserve stepped in and took over Indy Mac bank on Friday.  This comes as no shock to members of the mortgage industry as recently Indy Mac announced it was ceasing its re...
07/14/2008
The Saint Louis Real Estate Market this week continues to show signs of "buyer hesitation" evidenced by a slight increase in active listings with the pending ratio dropping below 14%.  With buyers hesitating, not knowing where or when home prices will "bottom out", and some sellers remaining unre...
07/13/2008
   We are on the Cusp! by Chris Scheer, Cornerstone Mortgage, O'Fallon MO   Undeniably the stock market has become a Bear market.  That means that the Dow industrial average is down more than 20%.  Sooner or later, those investors are going to start to move to safer investments.  What are safer i...
07/09/2008
The Saint Louis Real Estate Market this week seems to be slowing a bit with fewer active listings and fewer homes accepting contracts. Thus, our pending ratio has dropped to 14.47 percent.  This is the time of the year where we should be at our peak for listings and sales activity.  As the summer...
07/06/2008
St. Louis Real Estate Voice guest editor Chris Scheer takes a look back at the past 12 months of the mortgage industry and a hopeful look forward. As a buyer, seller, or investor, how do you feel about the mortgage mess and how has it affected your home purchase plans? . . . what's the view from...
07/05/2008
Successfully pricing homes in the Mehlville Missouri Real Estate market. by Doug Aegerter, Keller Williams Realty Southwest. The St. Louis Home For Sale Team is resuming neighborhood snapshot reports and this is the sixth in the current series, featuring Mehlville, MO. The Mehlville MO Market Sn...
07/04/2008
Successfully pricing homes in the Oakville Missouri Real Estate market. by Doug Aegerter, Keller Williams Realty Southwest. The St. Louis Home For Sale Team is resuming neighborhood snapshot reports and this is the fifth in the current series, featuring Oakville, MO. The Oakville MO Market Snaps...
07/03/2008
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