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How to Make a Smart Investment in Your Kitchen Cabinetry

by Sue Martin Team

Written by Kerrie Kelly, ASID

At an average of $50,000, a kitchen remodel is a major undertaking. A good return on that investment means different things to different people. You may be considering resale value, your bank balance at the moment, the elements of your dream kitchen-or all of the above. Whatever the case, kitchen cabinets are a key component of every remodel.

In order to make the best choices for your particular needs and desires, and to make an investment of time and money that really pays off, a little homework is in order. Let's get you started with a little background on the basics that will have you making decisions with confidence and cooking in style.

Talk to the Pros

When it comes to considering the return on investment for remodels, you're really talking about what your home will sell for after that remodel is complete. No one will be able to answer that question better than real estate professionals and professional interior designers who work in your neighborhood. Consult with at least one of each to find out what finishes and extras other clients in your area are looking for, and what they're willing to pay for those amenities.

Start With a Great Floor Plan

So much happens in the kitchen-a good floor plan can really help you direct activity flow in that high-traffic space. Buyers are looking for their dream kitchen, and they are surprisingly informed about what makes a good floor plan. Make sure your cabinets are conveniently placed for maximum accessibility. Whether that's surrounding the refrigerator with floor-to-ceiling pantry cabinets, or giving up some cabinet space in order to mount the oven on the wall, think carefully about how you operate in the space. Where are the prep, cooking and cleaning zones in your kitchen, and how will cabinetry best serve them?

Keep It Simple

Any real estate agent will tell you that, if resale value is a consideration in your remodel, you should avoid ornate or trendy styles and finishes. Go with light colors and finishes and simple, timeless hardware and fixtures. While some ultra modern designs are also super simple, remember that "ultra modern" is, by definition, a trend that will change over time. Shaker style cabinets are a good example of modern, timeless and simple design. They look great in kitchens from American traditional to contemporary European. The important advantage of simple is that it tends to be more affordable, which means it's much easier to recoup that investment.

Make a Good Match

Of course, open floor plans are very desirable right now, so that's definitely a consideration to make if your remodel budget will allow it. If you're already working with an open floor plan, be sure that your new cabinets are faced with doors that complement the design style and finishes in the areas of the house that are open to the kitchen. Here again, simple, light finishes really pay off. If you've got contemporary built-ins in the family room off the kitchen, or a traditional media center that takes up some major real estate, make sure the kitchen cabinets fit the style.

It's All in the Details

With kitchen remodels, it really is all in the details. One thing buyers today are willing to pay for are those little extras that make cooking and cleaning a much more pleasant affair. Roll-out drawers are definitely worth consideration and are really not the budget buster most of our clients expect them to be. A vertical, pull-out pantry near the fridge or cook top is another favorite, as are quiet-close drawers. We love the look and warmth of under-cabinet lighting, which also makes for great task lighting. And while glass front cabinets are not for everyone, if you do make that choice, be sure to go the extra mile with interior lighting-it makes the kitchen a show stopper.

The Nitty Gritty

Now you've got a sense of the choices and amenities available and those that buyers are currently looking for. But when it comes to a return on your remodel investment, what should you look for in the cabinets themselves-high-end for the high rollers or down-and-dirty to make that sale? It's true that you can see the difference in upscale cabinetry created from specialty woods, but most buyers aren't expecting that extra. On the other hand, you don't have to be a real estate agent or designer to spot cheap cabinetry, and buyers definitely don't want to walk into a kitchen they know they'll have to remodel themselves.

In our experience, there are lots of quality, mid-range cabinets out there that give you the best chance of making your money back. You need cabinets with the design and craftsmanship that allow you to offer those quiet-close drawers and sliding shelves in the cabinets, and finishes that work with all kinds of design styles.

What are you looking for in your next set of kitchen cabinets?

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

2015 Remodeling Cost vs Value - Less is More!

by Sue Martin Team

By Stacey Moncrieff

Smaller replacement projects, particularly those that enhance curb appeal, remain the most cost effective way for sellers to improve value.

With home price gains slowing in most parts of the country, sellers will be looking for ways to get top dollar for their listing. Cleaning and staging make a big difference. But for some sellers—such as investors seeking to bring a property up to neighborhood standards before the sale—remodeling work may be the ticket.

 As the 2015 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report makes clear, large-scale jobs aren’t likely to return sellers their full cost. But there are improvements worth doing in anticipation of an upcoming sale. Some will return almost 100 percent of their cost. Others may not have as great a payback, but they can improve the market position of the property in relation to the competition. (Think about the impact of beautiful kitchen photos on online home shoppers.) In addition, several pricier projects can provide owners with a few years of enjoyment while still offering a decent payback down the road.

As a general rule:

  • Simpler, lower-cost projects tend to return greater value. The national average cost for a steel door replacement was $1,230, for example. That’s the least expensive project on the list, and it ranks highest on the payback scale, returning 101.8 percent nationally on average. In fact, in 43 of the 102 markets surveyed, REALTORS® said the new door would recoup more than 100 percent of its cost. Other projects expected to top 100 percent payback in multiple markets: the midrange garage door replacement, the upscale garage door replacement, the midrange wood window replacement, and the minor kitchen remodel. Notice a pattern? With the exception of the kitchen job, they’re all replacement projects. In general, replacements cost less and provide a bigger payback than remodels or additions.
  • First impressions are important. The replacements that offer the greatest payback are the ones that are most obvious to buyers when they first view a house in person or online, such as new door or garage door. Siding replacement also provides great value at resale—particularly this year’s one new project, manufactured stone veneer,  which is expected to recoup 92.2 percent of its cost nationally on average.
  • Kitchens still offer the most remodeling bang for the buck. The only remodeling job breaking into the top 10 in terms of payback is the minor kitchen remodel with a national average cost of $19,226 and a national average payback of 79.3 percent.
  • Expect bigger payoffs in the West. In addition to reporting national averages, Remodeling magazine breaks down Cost vs. Value data by Census region. In the Pacific region—which includes Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington—six projects are expected to top 100 percent payback. The nearest competitor is the East South Central region—Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee—where two projects are expected to top 100 percent payback.

Just how much sellers can expect to recoup from home improvements depends on the job and the region of the country they live in. There are also factors that vary from house to house and sale to sale, such as what updates are typical for the neighborhood, the quality of the work, and how important the improvement is to a particular buyer. And while you can’t apply this data directly to any specific house or neighborhood, you can use the Cost vs. Value Report as a starting point in discussions with buyers and sellers about the cost and value of remodeling.

Source:  REALTOR.org Magazine and Stacey Moncrieff

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

Top 10 Tips for Selling Your Home Over the Holidays!

by Sue Martin Team

Attract homebuyers even during the holidays with these useful tips!

The holiday season from November through January is often considered the worst time to put a home on the market. While the thought of selling your home during the winter months may dampen your holiday spirit, the season does have its advantages: holiday buyers tend to be more serious and competition is less fierce with fewer homes being actively marketed. First, decide if you really need to sell. Really. Once you've committed to the challenge, don your gay apparel and follow these tips from FrontDoor.

  1. Deck the halls, but don’t go overboard.
    Homes often look their best during the holidays, but sellers should be careful not to overdo it on the decor. Adornments that are too large or too many can crowd your home and distract buyers. Also, avoid offending buyers by opting for general fall and winter decorations rather than items with religious themes.
  2. Hire a reliable real estate agent.
    That means someone who will work hard for you and won't disappear during Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's. Ask your friends and family if they can recommend a listing agent who will go above and beyond to get your home sold. This will ease your stress and give you more time to enjoy the season.
  3. Seek out motivated buyers.
    Anyone house hunting during the holidays must have a good reason for doing so. Work with your agent to target buyers on a deadline, including people relocating for jobs in your area, investors on tax deadlines, college students and staff, and military personnel, if you live near a military base.
  4. Price it to sell.
    No matter what time of year, a home that’s priced low for the market will make buyers feel merry. Rather than gradually making small price reductions, many real estate agents advise sellers to slash their prices before putting a home on the market.
  5. Make curb appeal a top priority.
    When autumn rolls around and the trees start to lose their leaves, maintaining the exterior of your home becomes even more important. Bare trees equal a more exposed home, so touch up the paint, clean the gutters and spruce up the yard. Keep buyers’ safety in mind as well by making sure stairs and walkways are free of snow, ice and leaves.
  6. Take top-notch real estate photos.
    When the weather outside is frightful, homebuyers are likely to start their house hunt from the comfort of their homes by browsing listings on the Internet. Make a good first impression by offering lots of flattering, high-quality photos of your home. If possible, have a summer or spring photo of your home available so buyers can see how it looks year-round.
  7. Create a video tour for the Web.
    You'll get less foot traffic during the holidays thanks to inclement weather and vacation plans. But shooting a video tour and posting it on the Web may attract house hunters who don't have time to physically see your home or would rather not drive in a snowstorm.
  8. Give house hunters a place to escape from the cold.
    Make your home feel cozy and inviting during showings by cranking up the heat, playing soft classical music and offering homemade holiday treats. When you encourage buyers to spend more time in your home, you also give them more time to admire its best features.
  9. Offer holiday cheer in the form of financing.
    Bah, humbug! Lenders are scrooges these days, but if you've got the means, then why not offer a home loan to a serious buyer? You could get a good rate of return on your money.
  10. Relax — the new year is just around the corner.
    The holidays are stressful enough with gifts to buy, dinners to prepare and relatives to entertain. Take a moment to remind yourself that if you don't sell now, there's always next year, which, luckily, is only a few days away.

Source:  FrontDoor.com

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

 

Fannie Mae Survey: More Americans Ready to Sell

by Sue Martin Team

More Americans are growing optimistic about home-price appreciation and selling, according to Fannie Mae's October 2014 National Housing Survey of 1,000 American adults.

Home-price expectations rose significantly in the latest survey, largely reversing a dip over the past four months, says Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae's chief economist. Also, the share of consumers who say now is a good time to sell a home reached another survey high this month.

"The narrowing gap between home buying and home selling sentiment may foreshadow increased housing inventory levels and a better balance of housing supply and demand," Duncan says. "These results may help drive a healthier housing market in 2015."

Duncan says that the latest survey showed that consumers are growing more optimistic about the housing market "in the face of broader improvement in economic sentiment. The share of consumers who expect their personal finances to get better is near its highest level since the survey's inception, while those expecting their finances to get worse reached a survey low."

The following are some additional highlights from the Fannie Mae survey:

  • Home buying and selling: The percentage of Americans who say now is a good time to buy a house dropped to 65 percent in October, but sellers were more optimistic. Those who say it's a good time to sell rose to 44 percent, marking a new all-time survey high.
  • Home prices: The average home-price expectation for the next 12 months increased to 2.8 percent. Forty-four percent of respondents now say they expect home prices to rise within the next 12 months.
  • Personal finances: Forty-five percent of respondents say they expect their personal financial situation to improve during the next 12 months, seven points higher than a year ago. The share expecting their financial situation to worsen, meanwhile, decreased to 10 percent last month.
  • Rent expectations: The percentage of respondents who expect home rental prices to rise fell by six percentage points to 49 percent in October.

Source: REALTORmag.com and  Fannie Mae

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

 

Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce

by Sue Martin Team

I stumbled upon this unique recipe combining pumpkin and bread pudding. Something to do with the pumpkin left over from carving your Jack-O-Lantern. The video really brings it to life!  Enjoy!

Yield:
10 servings
Ingredients
Bread Pudding:
1 loaf French bread, torn in pieces
1 quart 40 percent whipping cream
1 dozen eggs
1 vanilla bean, seeds scraped
2 ounces vanilla extract
4 ounces pumpkin pie spice
2 cups granulated sugar
2 cups brown sugar
2 cups canned pumpkin

Rum Sauce:
4 tablespoons cornstarch
1/2 cup water
1 quart 40 percent whipping cream
2 cups granulated sugar
1 stick butter
1 cup dark rum

This recipe was provided by professional chefs and has been scaled down from a bulk recipe provided by a restaurant. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe, in the proportions indicated, and therefore, we cannot make any representation as to the results.
Directions
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
For the bread pudding: Blend all the ingredients together, except the French bread, until mixed well. Place the French bread in a 1-gallon aluminum pan. Pour the mixture over the French bread and let sit for 30 minutes. Bake for 1 hour or until firm.
For the rum sauce: Blend the cornstarch with the water. Mix all the ingredients together and cook over low heat until thick.
Serve the sauce with the bread pudding.
Read more at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/pumpkin-bread-pudding-with-rum-sauce-recipe.html?oc=linkback

Source:  Foodnetwork.com

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

 

 

Fireplace Safety

by Sue Martin Team

As fall approaches and the temperatures cool, it's time to get the fireplace ready to use in the coming months.

Here's a quick video outlining safety tips to take care of before you start burning wood in the fireplace.

I hope you find this information helpful.

Source:  HGTV

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

 

 

FICO Scoring Changes May Help More Qualify for Mortgages

by Sue Martin Team

FICO, the nation’s most popular credit-scoring system, announced it is tweaking some of the criteria used in coming up with consumers’ scores, which could help consumers save more money in qualifying for mortgages and other types of loans.

FICO recently told lenders their high credit score "cutoffs" were stricter than necessary, and urged lenders to consider lowering minimum score requirements.

The changes include reducing the toll that overdue medical bills can take on credit scores, as well as removing other past penalties from consumers who have paid off debts that had been assigned to collection agencies. A consumer whose only major delinquency comes from an unpaid medical bill could see their credit score rise by 25 points due to the changes.

The changes come after a recent Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study, which found that both paid and unpaid medical debts were unfairly penalizing consumers’ credit ratings. An estimated 64 million Americans have a medical collection item on their credit reports, according to Nick Clements of Magnify Money, a personal finance site.

The FICO changes will go into effect this fall, but borrowers may have to wait a year or more until they see the impact of the changes in their scores, lenders say.

The changes may help consumers with blemished past credit histories or high medical debts qualify for mortgages more easily. Consumers with higher scores also might qualify for a lower rate, housing experts say.

"In recent years the [credit score requirement] has been dialed so tightly that only fairly upper-tier consumers were able to qualify for a loan," says Lawrence Yun, National Association of REALTORS®’ chief economist. "We're looking at people who are currently being denied potentially being offered a mortgage because of this."

In June, the average FICO score for a closed mortgage was 728, a drop from 742 a year prior, according to data from Ellie Mae, a company that processes mortgage applications for lenders. FICO scores range from 300 to 850.

Borrowers with higher FICO scores can usually expect to pay less in interest on a loan. A borrower with a FICO score of 675 may nab a 4.75 percent interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, which would be about  $2,086 a month in payments on a $400,000 loan, according to Informa Research Services. In comparison, a borrower with a 700 FICO score may qualify for a rate of 4.212 percent, which could drop the monthly payment to $1,959 and bring a $127 savings.

The credit scoring changes will not remove any unpaid debts from a credit report, so some lenders may still be able to factor that information into their lending decision.

“This move will ultimately make a real difference in the lives of millions of Americans, who have been shut out of the housing market or forced to pay higher mortgage interest rates because of flawed credit scores,” Steve Brown, NAR’s president, said in a statement. “Since the housing crash, overly restrictive lending has been the greatest obstacle to home ownership. NAR will continue to support efforts to broaden access to credit for qualified homebuyers.”

In other news, two of the big national credit bureaus Experian and TransUnion recently reported they’ve  added verified rental payment data into credit files, which will be used to compute a consumers’ score when applying for a mortgage. A recent TransUnion study showed that the inclusion of rental data could raise some consumers’ scores. For example, nearly 20 percent of renters’ scores rose by 10 points or more after just one month.

Source: REALTOR.org Magazine & “New FICO Criteria Could Help Borrowers,” Los Angeles Times (Aug. 8. 2014) and “Experian, TransUnion Start Adding Rent Payment Data to Credit Profiles,” Los Angeles Times (Aug. 10, 2014)

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

Top Amenities Buyers Will Make Sacrifices For

by Sue Martin Team

Home buyers are showing some willingness to pay more for certain amenities in a home, according to the latest PulteGroup Home Index Survey of more than 1,000 adults ages 25 to 65.

What's surprising is that buyers say they'd give up some pretty alluring draws about a property for certain amenities: Forty-four percent surveyed say they're willing to give up a location near public transportation in exchange for certain amenities, and 35 percent say they'd give up better schools and proximity to entertainment and shopping.

So what are these amenities that home buyers want so badly? Fifty-one percent surveyed say they want their next home to be larger than their current residence, and 64 percent say they prefer a move-in ready home.

Among the most important features home buyers identified:

  • "His and her closets" in the master bedroom (31%) and spa-like master bathrooms (23%)
  • A large eat-in kitchen area (23%) and a kitchen island (22%)
  • At least one bathtub in a home (54%)

"In addition to the more common home options, we're starting to see regional trends emerging among home buyer preferences," says Ryan Marshall , PulteGroup Inc.'s executive vice president of homebuilding operations, marketing and sales. "From outdoor kitchens in Florida, to spice kitchens in California, shoppers are increasingly discerning when it comes to home features that could be the deciding factor in their next move."

Folding, accordion-style glass doors are popular in the Southwest, while multi-generation floor plans and screened-in porches are popular in the Southeast, according to the survey. In the Northeast, balconies off the kitchen and rooftop terraces are sought-after, while "Jack 'n' Jill" bedrooms are in high demand in the Midwest.

The most important areas to home buyers when choosing a new home: kitchen (29%), bedroom (22%), and living room (18%).

"Consumers today aren't just looking for the biggest house on the block. They're looking for more efficient use of space and a greater area allocated to 'workhorse' spaces, like the kitchen," says Marshall.  "Home buyers want unique features and amenities and will do what it takes to find the home they truly want, even if they have to pay more for a move-in ready home."

Source:REALTOR.org Magazine & PulteGroup Home Index

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

Top 10 Most Popular Remodeling Jobs!

by Sue Martin Team

Bathrooms were the most common type of remodeling job in 2013, according to the National Association of Home Builder’s Remodeling Market Index. Bathroom remodeling was cited as the most common job during 2013 by 72 percent of remodelers, followed by kitchen remodeling at 70 percent.

Bathroom and kitchen remodeling had been jockeying for the top spot in terms of popularity over the past few years. But since 2009, bathroom remodeling has remained the most popular job, according to NAHB.

The most common remodeling jobs in 2013, according to NAHB, were:

  1. Bathroom remodeling
  2. Kitchen remodeling
  3. Windows/doors replacement
  4. Whole house remodeling
  5. Room additions
  6. Repairing property damage
  7. Handyman services
  8. Decks
  9. Siding
  10. Finished basement

Despite their popularity, kitchen and bath remodels were by no means at the top of this year’s Cost vs. Value Report, which ranks remodeling jobs that reportedly offer the biggest paybacks at resale.

Source: REALTOR.org Magazine & “Bath Edge Kitchens for Most Common Remodeling Project in 2013,” National Association of Home Builders’ Eye on Housing Blog (May 1, 2014)

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

Bobby Flay's Grilled Potato Salad

by Sue Martin Team

Memorial Day is the official kick-off to summer.  Try this interesting grilled potato salad, compliments of Bobby Flay, for your Memorial Day barbecue.  Click on the link to see the video!

www.foodnetwork.com/videos/bobbys-grilled-potato-salad-0170071.html

Source:  foodnetwork.com

Sue Martin is the #1 Realtor in the Fenton area and longtime resident.  She is committed to providing the Fenton community with first-class real estate services. With over $300 Million SOLD in career sales, consistently ranked in St. Louis' Top 10 Realtors, and a Top Realtor for St. Louis' largest real estate company, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, Sue and her team have the experience and market knowledge to help you accomplish your real estate goals in any market.  Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know the Fenton area inside and out.  For more information and lots of resources about buying and selling a home visit www.SueMartinTeam.com

 

 

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