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SHELL KNOB, MO HOME SALES "Are homes selling in Shell Knob, MO?" a potential buyer asked me last week. As a Shell Knob, MO REALTOR, I sometimes feel like one of the politicians running for office. I mean, how do you answer that question in these times? Headlines roar -HOUSING CRISIS !! TV ...
"If we go the distance for a "Crapper", just think what we will do for YOU", may well be the new slogan at Tri-Lakes Realtors. Autumn is the time for festivals and community gatherings. Shell Knob, MO is not to be denied their place in the sun. In the summer all eyes are on our Table Rock La...
FISHING MEMORIES ARE THE BEST Cleaning our boat today - or scrubbing about anything - tends to let my mind wander. I heard a loud splash on Table Rock Lake, which usually means a large bass flipping his tail at me. And that brought to mind a comment made by a client this week. "I haven't had ...
Shell Knob housing market's numbers closed higher in August than in preceeding months. Nine homes and three lots closed - a big improvement over July's sluggish three closings. This is encouraging both buyers and sellers. Sales this month reflected a drop in average sales price. The sales p...
NEW BRANSON VA CARE Shell Knob, and other SW Missouri veterans, will soon be able to chose where they get their medical care The opening of a new clinic in Branson by the end of September, will provide primary care and a mental health clinic. Veterans in rural areas have been underserved and ha...
ROARING RIVER PARK Roaring River Park, outside Cassville, MO, is a popular place for both tourists and locals. Noted by avid trout fishermen for the record trout caught there, it also features some fine camping spots, hiking trails and lodge with restaurant. Volunteers are needed to join in a pa...
ON HIGHWAY 39 - WHEN YOU WANT IT FRESH....... Stone and Barry County have been supplying fresh produce all summer to Shell Knob residentsand these local growers expect to continue to have a good supply of green beans , potatoes, cucumbers, okra, tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers, zucchini, squash ...
Should they ever meet? Before the electronic age, both buyer and seller would sit down together at closing. It wasn't unheard of for the seller to be there for the walk-through (if there was such a thing as a walk- through) and help the buyers become familiar with their new home. And no - this...