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Though #podcasts are nothing new, the industry is booming right now! What is your favorite podcast (or podcasts) to keep...
03/03/2022

Though #podcasts are nothing new, the industry is booming right now! What is your favorite podcast (or podcasts) to keep you inspired at home? Tag them in the comments!

Selling, Step by Step#theexperiencewithmelaniekramer#realtor #wildhorsecreekroad #chesterfield #wildwood #ERP #eXp Melan...
02/23/2022

Selling, Step by Step
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Melanie Kramer
The Kathy Helbig Group
eXp Realty
314.598.0917

01/28/2022

COMING SOON!
The opening of our new retail location is in the Town Center of Wildwood. We are happy we are bringing a bit of health and wellness to STL! More details to come!
•Opening March 2022•

Happy #NationalWalkingDay! Let’s celebrate the day by walking you to your dream home. 😉#theexperiencewithmelaniekramer#k...
04/07/2021

Happy #NationalWalkingDay! Let’s celebrate the day by walking you to your dream home. 😉

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02/10/2021
The Ultimate Valentine's Day 2021 Gift Guide

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All this and more 🙂
02/01/2021
4 Behind-The-Scenes Ways Your Real Estate Agent Supports Your Home Sale

All this and more 🙂

4 Behind-The-Scenes Ways Your Real Estate Agent Supports Your Home Sale By Lighter Side Staff | Read More Inner Circle members: Share a personalized version of this article from the members area. When you hire a real estate agent to sell your home, there are obvious things you notice them doin...

Are you looking to become a homeowner, but don’t know where to start? Follow these simple steps to get you started:Step ...
01/26/2021

Are you looking to become a homeowner, but don’t know where to start? Follow these simple steps to get you started:

Step 1️⃣: Save for a down payment. You can do this by determining how much you’re going to put down. After that, start cutting out non-essential expenses, sign up for automated savings, use cash-back rewards, and refinance any other loans you have.

Step 2️⃣: Know your credit score. This will be essential for getting pre-approved and determining your mortgage rates.

Step 3️⃣: Get pre-approved. It’s best to get pre-approved even before looking for a house. This will keep you one step ahead of the competition because the seller can see you are already deemed a trusted buyer.

Step 4️⃣: Hire a real estate agent. Real estate agents can help you find houses, do competitive research, negotiate prices, use their network, and much more!

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01/12/2021
Weekend Project – Organize Your Kitchen PantryThe kitchen pantry is one of those areas that can quickly become a mess. O...
01/12/2021

Weekend Project – Organize Your Kitchen Pantry
The kitchen pantry is one of those areas that can quickly become a mess. Older cans and boxes keep getting pushed to the back and forgotten. How many of us have found cans of green beans dating back a decade or two during a spring cleaning? Or a box of crackers that went stale because you forgot (or didn’t know)
it was opened? If you have a free weekend and are looking for a satisfying project, consider a pantry clean-out and reorganization. It’ll eliminate some stress if you can actually
see the groceries and supplies you have, and make sure they’re fresh! Here are a few quick ways to bring order to your food pantry.
1. Use Clear Storage Containers – Using clear and stackable storage containers with simple labels will not only make it easy to see the food but save valuable space as well and keep the food fresher longer.
2. Use the Door Space – A great use of the pantry door is to add a storage rack to the door itself. Use shelves and baskets to corral spices and favorite snacks, or smaller items that can get lost.
3. Chalkboard Lists – Another great use for the inside of the pantry door, or an area near the pantry, is to use chalkboard paint to create a place to keep lists. Use this chalkboard to keep track of items you need as you use them, or to keep an inventory of what you have in the pantry so it gets used before it expires.
4. Sort the Items – Organize your pantry by use. For example, keep baking supplies together to allow for easy access when you want to make cookies, or organize all the kids’ snacks on a shelf that’s within their reach (or out of reach, if it’s treats!).
5. Keep Things Well-Lit – Finally, don’t neglect the lighting in your pantry. If you have an area which has become a “black hole,” add lighting, either wired or battery, to help make sure you can see what’s back there. A well-organized pantry is just a weekend away and will make cooking and grocery shopping much easier.

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A new month calls for a new monthly to-do list. Don’t have one prepared yet? Try these three on for size:1️⃣ As saddenin...
01/05/2021

A new month calls for a new monthly to-do list. Don’t have one prepared yet? Try these three on for size:

1️⃣ As saddening as it is every single year, it’s time to take down the holiday decorations. But you can still have fun with decorations by keeping a wintery theme.

2️⃣ Create a home expense budget sheet for 2021 so that there are no surprises. This will also allow you to plan accordingly for any big plans/expenses for the year.

3️⃣ If it’s time to move out, call your real estate agent! There’s no better time than now to start looking towards the future.

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Home Issues That Shouldn’t Be Deal-Breakers– and a Few That Are!Finding the right home can sometimes feel like hunting f...
12/09/2020

Home Issues That Shouldn’t Be Deal-Breakers
– and a Few That Are!
Finding the right home can sometimes feel like hunting for a needle in a haystack. Unless you’re buying brand-new construction, every home has some drawbacks, whether it’s style or real maintenance issues. If you’re looking for your next
home, understanding the difference between minor issues and true deal-breakers can help you evaluate your options and make the best possible choice.
Manageable Annoyances
• Cosmetic – All aesthetic concerns can be fixed – for a cost. The key is to understand the difficulty and level of effort or money involved. A dying lawn can be addressed with new sod. Is the kitchen dated? A new backsplash is relatively inexpensive. With some fresh paint and new lighting fixtures, you can easily brighten a room and make a small space seem more
expansive.
• Healthy Homes – Many homes have older carpet, drapes, and other elements that can irritate allergies. Home air filtration systems are affordable and very effective in clearing the particulates out of the air. Replacing the attic insulation and cleaning the vents are easy and inexpensive ways to correct these situations.
Deal-Breakers
• Foundation Problems – Foundation cracks and other issues can be expensive or impossible to correct.
• Mold – While treatments for mold are available, they normally involve major demolition to open walls and flooring for access. Unless the sellers will correct the mold issue before closing, it’s better to reconsider on this one.
• Water Leaks – Signs of water damage or existing leaks could be a reason to search for a different home. Leaks and water issues will most likely bring you to the mold issue above.
Buying a resale home almost always involves some kind of preexisting issue, but not all should be reasons to walk away. If the home you like has problems, before you move on, consider the costs involved to remedy the challenge.

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Tight Seller’s Market? Consider New ConstructionMost of the country is experiencing a very tight real estate market. Inv...
12/08/2020

Tight Seller’s Market? Consider New Construction
Most of the country is experiencing a very tight real estate market. Inventory levels are historically low, perhaps owing to the concern of strangers traipsing through the home during this time. Additionally, because most people are staying home, they have been able to focus on their property and how it fits into their lifestyle, emphasizing the need to right-size their environment. With properly-priced homes moving quickly off the market, homebuyers are frustrated. For those who can be flexible with their timing, new construction offers an appealing alternative to the resale market. New construction offers the buyer a fresh, blank canvas on which to create their
perfect home. In any market, this can be appealing, but when resale inventory is low, this is even more attractive. Yet, new construction is more than modern floorplans and beautiful finishes. Before buying new construction, it’s important
to ask a few questions first:
• How long will the property take to build, and what possible delays could affect that timeframe? How does that timeline fit in with selling your current home or finding interim housing?
• Is your completion date affected by the sale or occupancy of other units or phases?
• What is included in the base unit and what are the additional costs for custom add-on options?
• What are the HOA (homeowner’s association) fees and what do they cover? In addition, it’s important to understand the exact location of the new home and any planned developments or improvements which could affect the home in the future – road noise, parking or traffic congestion, view, etc. For those trying to compete in this resale seller’s market, it could be time to buy
new. Developers are offering some great incentives in this climate, and it can be a great alternative for those with a little time to wait.

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12/01/2020

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Garden Ridge Cir
Wildwood, MO
63038

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(636) 734-5888

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Hi, I am running for Garden Valley Farms HOA board of trustees! Voting is by mail around mid April 2022. My commitment to the home owners in our subdivision is to help make our subdivision great again! Our homes and subdivision is over 20 years old now and showing some signs of aging. We are currently make upgrades to our home located at 17703 Gardenview Place Court. Construction & concrete work are my line of expertise! I pledge to work with home owners to assist them if they elect to make upgrades and improvements to their home & property and as well as our neighborhood. Experienced & ready to serve! - My wife and I have 4 children from the ages of 14 thru 22! - I grew up on a farm in Hillsboro, Missouri and we have lived in Garden Valley for over 11 years. - I have been working at Clayco Inc / Concrete Strategies for 34 years! - Currently Vice President of Concrete Strategies - President of The Concrete Strategies Foundation - President of the TCA (tilt up concrete association) - Co-Founder of the The Snow Foundation thesnowfoundation.org Thank you and if you have any questions please call me on my 314-422-1035 Barclay Gebel
I just wanted to make you all aware of a gas leak under the sidewalk in front of the retention pond. Last weekend I called Spire because I could smell gas. There was a gentleman who came out and blasted me for not calling it in earlier. The gas smell wasn’t coming from my home but was definitely noticeable along the sidewalk in the area in front of the pond. He checked things out and informed us that there is indeed a gas leak coming from the main line and that they would send someone out to fix it. Several days went by and I didn’t hear anything. The smell was still strong so I called back and again they sent someone out. He identified the leak and told me it’s on the schedule to be repaired in AUGUST! I did call the GVF management company and left them a message alerting them of the situation. Just wanted to let folks know in case they’re smelling gas.