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Crime & Safety in Saint Louis : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Apr 12, 2015
Janel Williams answered:
Amy,
Carondelet area has long been a community within South St. Louis area highly rated for people who enjoy city living, with the inviting atmosphere that suburban communities garner. So much so, this area has their own website. Go to http://www.carondeletliving.com/, for more information. As any area, especially in the city limits of St. Louis, there will be incidences of crime. There's another website that I use called crimereports.com, there you can click on advanced search and see a specific 30 day span for the last 6 months of any area. This is a beautiful home, let me know if I could be of any more assistance to you. Thanks. Janel Williams-Broker's Corner Realty-314-827-5478. ... more
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Sun Feb 24, 2013
Jeremy J. Geppert answered:
Unfortunately, there are no specific obligations for the seller to disclose break-ins prior to the sale of a home in the state of Missouri. However, it can be a part of a good faith understanding to share experiences that can help a buyer understand what precautions he/she can take living in the home. It's always a good idea to inquire about police statistics before moving into a home when these concerns arise. ... more
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Mon Oct 8, 2012
Craig Bentrup answered:
I am a broker and former St Louis City police officer and would be happy to help you find a home in or near the zip code of this property. Feel free to contact me with questions at patriotrealtors@gmail.com ... more
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Roseannstephens answered:
is there updated photos of this home
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Mon May 28, 2012
Dale Weir answered:
contact the local police dept, they are the only ones who can answer your question correctly. the rest of us do not have that knowledge
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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Ronald Gorman answered:
A real estate agent is not allowed to address that type of question. There are web sites that could assist you.

Ron Gorman
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Derek Zasaretti answered:
This area has improved quite a bit. Look to spend at least $200,000.
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Tue Sep 8, 2009
Chris & Lisa Grus answered:
Florissant has had a difficult time during the recession with significant numbers of foreclosed properties. Crime has always been kept in check by a first rate police department. Information can be found at the Florissant Police website and the following link is the August Crime report. ... more
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Sun Mar 25, 2012
Denise Tower answered:
Check with the local police precinct of the neighborhood in which you are considering living in. It is also helpful to get a feel for the neighborhood by driving through the area after work, on weekends, during the day (if possible).

Good luck!
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Tue Dec 9, 2008
Ronald Gorman answered:
The best answer is to go to the neighborhood and talk to the residents. As a real estate agent, I am very hesitant to direct my client to a web site as they can be very accurate. But, talk to the neighborhood residents regarding their experiences. It is especially helpful to direct your questions to long--time residents who can provide you with the history of the neighborhood and its evolution.

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Tue Jul 15, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
check the local PD website and zip code search should provide you the stat's you are requesting.
http://www.lynn911.com http://www.homes-for-sale-dallas.com
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Mon Jul 7, 2008
Nancy Linder answered:
Gravois Park is an area of Redevelopment. There are rehabbed homes or homes in the process of being rehabbed. It is south of the central corridor of St. Louis City and a few miles southeast of Tower Grove Park. The area is a combination of single family and multi-family units. It is mixed with Owner-occupied homes as well as renters. In 2007, the average home sale price (7 homes) was $129,404. The average home sale price so far in 2008 (3 homes) was $100, 500. For information try the following sites: http://stlouis.missouri.org/gravoispark/
safecity.slmpd.org/
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Wed May 14, 2008
Sandy Shores answered:
You may find the following website of some benefit to you http://www.city-data.com/city/St.-Louis-Missouri.html
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Tue Aug 6, 2013
Randy Robinson answered:
Tony,

I am glad to hear that you are relocating to the St. Louis Area. St. Louis City has many distinct and fantastic neighborhoods and the Tower Grove area is certainly one of them. If you are concerned about crime statistics you can gather that information from the St. Louis Police Departments Website.

Just to give you a little background on the Tower Grove Area: this is one of the most popular up and coming areas in the city. Over the past few years there has been a ton of rehabbing and renovation in the area, and it is now a hot spot for young people and families who are looking for a great home in the city. There are many new businesses, shops, and restaurants who cater to this neighborhood. However, you should keep in mind there are still some areas in transition. My best advice is to work with an agent who is knowledgeable about the CITY (You will find there is a difference between the City and County in St. Louis), tell the agent about your needs and what you are looking for in your new home. Things like price, type of home (single family, multi family, loft), neighborhood amenities, proximity to work locations, and schools are all things that a good Realtor should ask about. Once we have this information we can steer you in the right direction and ultimately help you find the home that is perfect for you.

As a Realtor who works extensively in the city, I would be more than happy to answer any further questions you may have. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
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Sun Feb 17, 2008
Randy Robinson answered:
Marge,

Here is the answer to your question directly from the St. Louis County Police Website.

I'm thinking of moving and would like to know what type and number of crimes occurred in the area. How can I find out before I make my decision to move?

The County Police Department keeps a breakdown of crime statistics. Call the precinct station nearest the area you are interested in and talk with the Neighborhood Policing Officer. If you are considering moving into a municipality, call that municipal police department. [top]
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