Real estate making ‘stunning’ coronavirus recovery: Expert agents
Dolly Lenz Real Estate CEO Dolly Lenz and Managing Director Jenny Lenz discuss the industry’s rebound from the coronavirus economic downturn.
After a dramatic drop in activity as the coronavirus pandemic kept people inside their houses, the St. Louis, Missouri, real estate market may be springing back.
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The number of listings in the metro area was nearly 17 percent lower in March than a year earlier, according to Realtor.com. But home sale prices, after dipping to a low of $172,500 in February, climbed to $200,000 in April, according to STLRE.com.
And average sale prices over the past month were 7.6 percent higher than a year ago, according to Redfin.
St. Louis is home to the Anheuser-Busch flagship brewery and the headquarters of a number of major companies like Express Scripts, Monsanto and Enterprise Holdings. So there’s no shortage of reasons to move to the “Gateway to the West.ȁD;
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