Community: The Party Line

My siblings and I grew up in rural Missouri. There were six kids plus my mom and dad. Welived in a TRUE community with the Hub being the Catholic church. When I...

St Louis Union Station Has been Repurposed

Take a look at "Repurposed" Union Station On November 30, I stopped at St Louis Union Station to practice on my Osmo Mobile 3 (a wonderful piece of technology for making a video on a...

Stay Woke: how to buy in inclusionary neighborhoods

STAY WOKE The Miriam Webster Dictionary gives this definition of WOKE: aware of and actively attentive to important facts and issues (especially issues of racial and social justice).  It goes on to say we have...

Clayton MO Real Estate Guide

Clayton MO became the county seat of St Louis County when the City of St. Louis, anxious to separate itself from its countrified cousins, split from St. Louis County in 1876, the county courts...
Earth Dance Ferguson

Ferguson Mo Is More than a Whistle Stop

With a population of 1000, Ferguson was incorporated as a city in 1894 (Ferguson Station) Ferguson Mo beginnings go back to the 1850s when William B. Ferguson agreed to deed a strip of land through...

Skinker DeBaliviere Real Estate Guide

Skinker-Debaliviere Neighborhood My husband and I moved to the Skinker DeBaliviere neighborhood about 2 years ago.  We love it. We are so impressed with delightful community spirit exists in this neighborhood.  The neighborhood is busy...
Venice Cafe Alley

Benton Park An Urbanized Neighborhood in STL since 1875

Three Samples of what makes Benton Park Neighborhood a great place to liveBenton Park is one of those city "subdivisions" that makes you happy when you drive into it.  To me, this is one...
Generational Trends 2019

Keeping Up With Real Estate Trends in St Louis

Keeping up with real estate trends in St Louis is wise whether you are a renter, investor or homeowner.  In the last several years several neighborhoods in St Louis have seen significant changes. The St...