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Real Estate in St. Louis, MO - The Gellman Team (Houses for Sale in Chesterfield, Ladue & More)
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Your November St. Louis Market Update

Thanksgiving is over and the winter season has begun. As a buyer or seller, what can you expect from the St. Louis real estate market over the next couple of months? Our market still has a weakness in inventory, and there are motivated buyers out there looking for homes. If you plan on buying or selling, now may be the time to enter the real estate market. To learn more, watch our latest video. - http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/your-november-st-louis-market-update.html
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Let The Gellman Team Do the Baking This Thanksgiving

The Gellman Team’s Second Annual Pie Day Giveaway will take place on November 20th and 21st from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can stop by our office and pick up an apple or pumpkin pie at no cost to you. Simply register online and let us know which pie you’d like to take to your Thanksgiving this year. To find out more about how you can let The Gellman Team do the baking for you this Thanksgiving, watch our latest video. -
http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/let-the-gellman-team-do-the-baking-this-thanksgiving1.html
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Is It Better to Sell Now or Wait Until Spring 2018?

If you’re a home seller, is it better to sell now or wait until the spring of 2018? We’re huge proponents of selling your home now. In fact, we’re encouraging all of our sellers to put their homes on the market during the third and fourth quarters. Not only is inventory sparse, but there are still a lot of active buyers out and about. To find out more about why now is the time to sell your St. Louis home, watch our latest video. - http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/is-it-better-to-sell-now-or-wait-until-spring-2018.html
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What Should You Do to Prepare Your Home for the Market?

If you plan on selling your home, should you make updates now or sell the property in the current condition? While the decision is ultimately up to you, it’s important to know that move-in ready homes are selling for premium prices in the current market. Note: some updates will get you a better return on investment than others. To learn more about which updates to make before selling your home, watch this short video.
http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/what-should-you-do-to-prepare-your-home-for-the-market.html
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What’s Happening in the St. Louis Real Estate Market Now That Summer’s Over?

School is back in session and summer has drawn to a close. What’s happening in the St. Louis real estate market? Overall, our market is consistently inconsistent. You may be in a buyer’s market or a seller’s market. It all depends on your price point, area, and location. To learn more about our current market and find out what to expect in the fourth quarter, watch this short video.
http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/summers-over-whats-happening-now-in-the-st-louis-market.html
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The Reality of HGTV Renovation Shows

HGTV is one of the most popular cable networks out there, and people can't seem to get enough of those renovation shows. Unfortunately, they don't paint a very realistic picture of what it's like to renovate a home. Many people see these shows and imagine how fun it would be to flip a house, but HGTV fails to show all the unknowns you see when renovating. The renovations can be the scariest part of a renovation. To learn more, watch this short video.

http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/the-reality-of-hgtv-renovation-shows.html
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How Can You Win as a Buyer in a Seller’s Market?

In a seller’s market like this, buyers can find it tough to compete. There are multiple offers on many properties, and buyers are having to pay a premium for homes. There are other ways to help your offer stand out aside from increasing the price. These include things like waiving the appraisal contingency or making an “as-is” offer. To learn more about how to compete as a buyer in a seller’s market, watch this short video.

http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/how-can-you-win-as-a-buyer-in-a-sellers-market.html
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The Gellman Team - How We Can Help Appeal Your Property Taxes

2017 property tax re-assessments are completed and you will be receiving a notice soon. Did your property taxes increase too much or not decrease enough? If so, I have good news. We at the Gellman Team can provide data for you to appeal those property taxes. Watch the video and visit www.TheGellmanTeamPropertyTax.com or text PROPERTYTAX to 314-627-0866, to request MLS data for appealing your taxes.

http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/the-gellman-team-how-we-can-help-appeal-your-property-taxes.html
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The Gellman Team - Has Our Market Shifted Since the Start of Spring?

Today I would like to provide you an update on where our St. Louis area market stands, as we settle into spring. As you may recall, I predicted in February and March that by now we’d see inventory levels increase and balance out the market. In many areas, however, inventory levels are still very low. This means we’re still in a seller’s market in most price points. To learn more about our latest market conditions and how you can take advantage of them, watch my latest video.

http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/the-gellman-team-has-our-market-shifted-since-the-start-of-spring.html
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The Gellman Team Should You Upgrade Before Listing or Sell As Is?

Many people have asked about upgrading their homes before putting them on the market. Is it worth it? The answer is yes. Upgrading or remodeling a home before it’s put on the market is going to give you much better results than selling it as is. To get all the details, watch this short video.
http://www.thegellmanteam.com/blog/should-you-sell-your-home-as-is-or-upgrade.html
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