Jim Dohr

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National Housing Market Highest in 9 Years

Coldwell Banker Gundaker President says the St. Louis housing market hasn’t been this high since April of 2013.


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Buyer Frustration Plaguing St. Louis Residential Real Estate Market

Though house prices continue to inch upward in the St. Louis region, the number of homes listed is not following suit, and that’s leading to buyer frustration and fatigue.


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Real Estate Inventory at Historic Low

If you’re thinking of putting your home on the market, real estate experts are saying now is the time.


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Wintry Weather May Contribute to Low Home Market

The home market operates at about a 6 month inventory, but currently is running only off of four in a half months.


St. Louis Home Prices Up; Fewer First-Time Buyers

Coldwell Banker Gundaker President Jim Dohr says mortgage rates are still relatively low but first-time buyers are still less likely to buy now than in recent years.


The Hot New Trend in Housing: Single Women

One out of five homes that are purchased across the country are purchased by a single woman.


Area Housing Figures Up, Lag Behind National Numbers

“I think national numbers show that prices are up nine percent or so…and we’re running between five and eight percent.”


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Area Housing Prices More Sluggish Than National Trend

Home prices in St. Louis aren’t rising as fast as they are in other parts of the country.


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St. Louis Housing Prices Down, Possibly Due to Fiscal Cliff

Residential real estate experts say home prices are slightly lower than they were a year ago, but are hopeful for what 2013 might bring.


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Housing Figures On The Rise For Most Of The Metro Area

The bad news? Dohr said home prices in the city are down four percent though all home prices are expected to rise next year.



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