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Here at the St. Louis Real Estate Exchange, we have a passion for helping buyers and sellers become informed about what is going on in the real estate market so you can make the best decisions when deciding to sell your existing home, or take the leap and move into your future residence.
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Before you begin your search for houses in the St. Louis area, you must first decide where you would like to reside in the community. The metropolis that makes up the City of St. Louis is comprised of numerous smaller cities in the suburbs of the metropolitan area. Each city has its own cultural integrity that offers you with a unique living experience. Entertainment, School Districts, Taxes, and Recreation, along with the convenience of retail shopping can vary in each individual community. Attention to the amenities, the school district, along with the average home price in a city neighborhood will aid you in focusing your search for your future home in the Metropolitan Area of St. Louis.
This year, St. Louis is celebrating its 250th birthday. The city, which is widely known as “The Gateway City”, has had an eventful 250 years: from hosting the 1904 World’s Fair & Summer Olympics, to becoming well-known for some of the nation’s top colleges, zoological park (The St. Louis Zoo), and the birthplace of America’s top selling beer brand Budweiser. Culturally St. Louis offers you a multitude of museums and theaters, including the Saint Louis Art Museum. Peabody Opera House, the Fox Theater, The Muny, short for St. Louis Municipal Opera, and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Look to the downtown skyline and you will experience a view of the internationally known Gateway Arch, St. Louis’ most significant architecture, completed in 1965 as a monument to signify the westward expansion in the U.S.
The Saint Louis Zoological Park, commonly known as the St. Louis Zoo, is intermingled in the beautiful Forest Park located in the city limits of St. Louis. It is recognized as a leading zoo in animal management, research, conservation, and education.
The St. Louis Washington Avenue Loft, Central West End, and Soulard Districts are a few of the entertainment areas in the Metropolitan area that offer entertainment, excellent cuisine, and a fun filled experience
Population: 1,000.438.00, according to the 2012 US census.
Average Income: $60,062.00
State of Missouri Average Income: $51,444.00
The Real Estate Market in St. Louis County is one of the few areas where St Louis real estate has remained stable, and where we have experienced an improvement in the Median Home Price from 2012 to 2013
Median Home Price
With the improvement in the median home price St. Louis County has also seen an increase from 2012 to 2013 in the number of units sold in St. Louis County
St. Louis County Homes Sold:
Recently named the “Ultimate Sports City,” by ESPN magazine. St. Louis sports is rich with history. The 11-time World Series Champions St. Louis Cardinals set the tone for the city’s deep-seeded love for the games. The people of St. Louis are proud to be named “The Best Fans in Baseball.”
The St. Louis Blues always are able to keep fans on their toes in their quest for the illusive Stanley Cup; and football fans eagerly flock to the Edward Jones Dome to faithfully support and cheer on the NFL’s St. Louis Rams.
On Game Day the streets of downtown St. Louis are covered with St. Louis Sports Fans heading out to support their home teams.