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We will soon have some new homes available in Huntleigh Ridge in Wentzville, Missouri.
Jaxson Estates Subdivision is sold out. No display is open at this time! *Broker owned and Operated.
OUR DISPLAY AT LOT 66 TIMBER TRAILS SUBDIVISION (234 WINTER WHEAT DRIVE, WRIGHT CITY, MO. 63390) WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 1:00 PM TO 3:00 PM! DISPLAY WILL BE CLOSED: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH FOR THE HOLIDAY.
Display at Lot 66 Timber Trails (234 Winter Wheat Dr. Wright City, Mo. 63390) will be OPEN on Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm! DISPLAY WILL BE CLOSED: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH FOR THE … Continue reading
As summer comes to a close, this time of the year is ideal for homeowners to establish a fall home maintenance checklist. 1. Turn off exterior faucets. Undrained water in pipes can freeze easily which will cause pipes to burst … Continue reading
How to Care for New Sod First 2 Weeks The key to establishing new sod is to keep it properly watered for the first month. Immediately after installing sod, water thoroughly making it spongy to the step. The new sod … Continue reading
Why it’s good to get pre-approved: You find out how much you are approved for. You will know how much you need for a down payment. You will know what your monthly payment will be. Differences between pre-qualification and pre-approval: … Continue reading
You’ve heard the numbers: 690, 740, 805. Three simple digits that can seem mysterious, abstract, or both. However, in the real world, your credit score largely determines what type and how much credit you can obtain, what interest rates you’ll … Continue reading
Improving Traffic Flow on Residential Streets!! Ensure the street is passable for emergency vehicles, school buses and other large delivery trucks.
Preferred Parking Guidance City Municipal Code Section 355.050 states, “No person shall park any vehicle upon a street, other than an alley, in such a manner or under such conditions as to leave less than 10 feet of the width … Continue reading