One out of five homes that are purchased across the country are purchased by a single woman.
“I think national numbers show that prices are up nine percent or so…and we’re running between five and eight percent.”
Homes for sale in the Shaw Neighborhood are nonexistent; the reason, a very popular charter school that people want to enroll their children in.
“The old buildings of the neighborhood create a sense of place. You know you’re in old North St. Louis versus generic anywhere.”
“We’re finding that consumer confidence is way up and that people are sick and tired of being sick and tired,” Kelly Hager said.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate stayed at 7.8 percent last month. November’s rate was revised higher from an initially reported 7.7 percent.
The city will use $4,300 in federal funds for a study to be coordinated by Rigel Oliveri, associate professor of law at the University of Missouri.
The bad news? Dohr said home prices in the city are down four percent though all home prices are expected to rise next year.
Bipartisan Policy Center’s Housing Commission to release a paper on the topic.
New “security coordinator” appointed to oversee security effort.
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