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RenovateSTL: Saint Louis Renovation Education

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Many folks I run into have an inkling to do some sort of renovation to the wonderful, historic housing stock we have available in the City of Saint Louis. Often times, buyers say they'd "like a house that needs a little cosmetic fixing" or even perhaps go so far as saying they want to find a "gut rehab project".

While the meaning of those terms can range greatly from one person to another, even the experienced developer can use a little education on the process. A fellow city dweller and resident of the Tower Grove South neighborhood has put together a wonderful educative online resource for helping those with just these interests.

Visit http://www.RenovateSTL.com when you have a chance.

Also be sure to check out the essay I've contributed to the website, which discussed rehabbing from the selling standpoint: what to avoid, who to consult, how to make decisions, etc.

Happy Rehabbing!

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