Most of the neighbors are Two, Three, some Four Generations deep and have been there a long while. Every body in the neighborhood knows everything that is going on all the time. They know exactly who is coming an going all the time. They are all the nicest and most friendly and respectful folks you could ever want for neighbors. There are many retired folks up and down the street. No problems ever and they expect everyone to keep it that way !... more
Often times Google will pull up a listing for an MLS# IF you just type MLS and then the number most of the time it will pull up the listing on sites like Trulia/Zillow, etc. Good luck with your search.... more
If you have already looked into Financing lets take a moment to see
if you qualify for any other down payment assistance is what I'd say.
Most cases people don't know and jump the gun and put a contract on a home
then its to late to see if its programs in the area to help with the purchase of the home.
Call me I'm never to busy for your referrals.... more
As a real estate investor in both Andrew and Buchanan County I would like to weigh in here. I know that the original comment was made years ago so I hope that this helps others reading this years later.
Yes, it is harder for us to find a 'good' deal on a property in Savannah, and by 'good' I mean a 'steal' like we can find in St Joseph. However let me tell you that when we find a home in Savannah that we can make work as a rental we buy it. I would love to have all the properties that I own in Savannah, they rent easier then our properties in St Joseph and for MORE $$$$. The schools in Savannah are very desirable as is the small town and low crime. Sewer is going up EVERYWHERE!! If you do not like Savannah I hope you move, and I hope that I can purchase your home on your way out. I love owning rental property in Savannah, and yes, I also love living in rural Savannah, very happy that my kids and now my grandkids have been in the Savannah school district. I think that once you move away you will realize how good you actually had it in Savannah. Savannah homes are a little higher then St Joseph because buyers want to live in Savannah and are willing to pay a little more for the privilege.... more
When it comes to any safety/crime related issues, it's always best to contact the local authorities with all your questions, hear all there is to hear firsthand. If unfamiliar with the area(s) do revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase/rent, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
Jonathonjay, what do you mean by using the term "still" in your comment about the Riverwood neighborhoods? I hope you don' t mean by that term that you believe it won'f still be a great place to live sometime in the not to distant future.
It has been my understanding that the 3 Riverwood subdivisions have always been highly desirable real estate because of its well constructed homes, low crime rate and friendly neighbors. They are within walking distance of not just the Russell School but also St. Ferdinand Catholic School, not to mention at least 4 churches. There are also parks and stores and restaurants just minutes away. And they are a short 2 miles from I-270.... more
Both are fairly new construction and located across Ohmes Rd from each other (very near St. Charles Community College of Mid Rives Mall Drive). Bordeaux does have a building with an elevator and one unit for sale in that building. I would be happy to give you more specific information on this listing and others in the area. Stephanie Parson 314-614-9731... more
If you're asking about a Pinelog Rd in McDonald County, there is no such road. There is a Pinelog Ave in Goodman and a Splitlog community area anchored by Splitlog Church (between Anderson and Goodman to the west of old hwy 71), but no Pinelog.... more