January 2020

Found 4 blog entries for January 2020.

 

 Sarah Scheu is here today to share one of her favorite game-day recipes with us. It’s cheap, easy, and absolutely delicious.

In this video, I'm making a cheap, easy, and delicious Super Bowl dish. This recipe has only three ingredients: little smokies, brown sugar, and bacon. 

"It’s a simple recipe, but it’s always a hit."

All you have to do is take the bacon, stack it in strips, then cut it in thirds. Then you wrap the little smokies in bacon, secure it with a toothpick, and generously sprinkle the brown sugar on top. Then, throw it in the oven at 425 degrees for 10 minutes, flip them all over, then throw them back in the oven for another 10 minutes. When the brown sugar is bubbling, you’ll know it’s done. Check out what the

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Welcome to another edition of Mark’s Market Update!

As promised, 2018 vs.2019 market changes. Inventory Levels, Months of Inventory and Median Sales Prices..

2019 Summary

We focused on numerous municipalities broken down, in addition to Saint Louis City, Saint Louis County, and Saint Charles County.

Overall market: In the majority of municipalities, the number of listings and homes sold were down year over year by single digits for the majority, and a few were down double digit percentages from 2018 to 2019.

A few municipalities saw higher inventory levels and sales, primarily related to new construction and other building options.

Median sales prices were up in 2019 from 2018. Numbers were up mid to high single digit

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Welcome to another edition of Mark's Market Update!

How did my projections end up for 2019 and what are they for 2020?

2019 Summary

Prices: Higher overall percentage increase than expected. Although variances by area and price point widely fluctuated.

Sales: Fewer sales than expected due to lower inventory levels. Weakness in inventory continued throughout the year.

New construction: Many new construction developments throughout St. Louis, but not enough to offset low inventory levels due to a softness of existing homes for sale.

Interest rates: Great for buyers, remained at historical lows, although we did see a mid-year bump over 4% and settled under 4% by year end.

Multi-family: Multi-family investment prices continue to

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 The Gellman Team has officially crossed the $1 billion mark in career sales volume. Here’s our message to all of our team members and supporters.

 We’re so excited to announce that The Gellman Team has crossed the $1 billion dollar mark in career sales. It’s been such an exciting time, and we couldn’t have done it without our Gellman Team family. They’re the ones who made this happen. Additionally, thanks to our friends, family, and clients who’ve supported us along the way. We wish you all a fantastic 2020. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to us by phone or email. We would love to help you.

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