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This completely RENOVATED 1925 home-office setting in the original City of Warrenton's commercial dist lies across the street from the NEW City Hall, on the West end of Booneslick shopping & attractions. As well known C&J Flooring, this corner-lot property is familiar to the community & boasts 70' of Main St frontage, with a 200 sqft covered porch. An addt'l 133' of frontage exists on Morgan St that leads to the 3000 sqft of HEATED warehouse access with overhead door, flr to ceiling shelves & workshop. The MAIN flr offers 1516 sqft with 6 showrooms & offices, a full stainless kitchen, gas fireplace, wood & ceramic floors & full bath. The custom lighting in each ML room offers track lighting to showcase product or art AND classic lights with ceiling fans for multi-function at its best! The nearly 600 sqft LOFT area has another full kitchen, living area & complete bath suite. The 1353 sqft finished LL offers access to the WAREHOUSE, a 3rd FULL kitchen & more living space. UPDATES ABOUND!

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Are you a procrastinator? If so, you're not alone! It's human nature to postpone tasks which you consider to be boring or unpleasant. However, it's also frustrating when you're making little or no headway on a project you know needs to get done ASAP. Whether it's cleaning out the basement, painting a bedroom, or pruning those overgrown shrubs in front of the house, it can sometimes take a lot of resolve to get the project underway and completed! In most cases, the longer you wait, the harder it is to get started. Perhaps Isaac Newton's First Law of Motion explains why it's so difficult to start a project and stick with it: He stated that “A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion unless it is acted upon by an external force.”* Motivating Yourself to Get Started So the question is: What kind of "external forces" do we need to overcome procrastination? After all, those closets aren't going to clean themselves! Well, the following techniques aren't rocket science, but they can produce the psychological nudge you may require to get that home project started and wrapped up.
  1. Make a list: If you don't have a to-do list that you revise and update on a daily basis, then many of your objectives and goals will fall by the wayside. When you commit something to writing and place it high on your list, it has a much stronger likelihood of getting done. Maybe it's the "squeaky wheel" principle or just the power of suggestion, but when you're reminded to do something on a daily basis, you almost feel compelled to take action and get the process underway. (The exception to that would be if you're opposed to doing it for any reason, or you're being nagged.)
  2. Invite friends or relatives over: For some people, nothing motivates them to mow the lawn, paint the bathroom, or clean the house more than knowing that company's coming over in a few days! Since most of us have been conditioned to care about what other people think of us, then why not use that impulse to your advantage? (Maybe that's the reason some people tidy up before the cleaning person arrives.) Schedule an upcoming dinner party, family gathering, or backyard barbecue, and watch how fast that lingering project gets prioritized, acted on, and completed!
  3. Announce your intentions: If you tell your spouse, your parents, or your best friend that you're going to tackle an overdue project, this weekend, then you almost have to do it -- or your credibility will be at stake. When you share your intentions with someone else -- especially a person whose opinion you care about -- you're taking accountability for your plans. It's a technique that's often used for getting started on an exercise program or diet, but it could be equally effective for motivating yourself to fix the back steps or clean the garage.
If you're having difficulty getting started on household projects, sometimes all you need is a little push from an "external force" to spark that extra bit of motivation. *Source: Livescience

406 Spirit, Lake St Louis, MO 63367  

Residential
$230,000
Price
11
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This Lake St Louis MOVE-IN ready home is centrally located. Enjoy the 2-story wood entry with formal living & dining rooms on either side with stairs to your 4 UL BEDS & 2 BATHS. The powder room (1/2 bath) with NEW ceramic tile & coat closet meets your family room, complete with fireplace & bay windows before you discover the breakfast room & generous kitchen overlooking your level backyard. FRESH PAINT thruout & NEW CARPET & WOOD VENEER gives you the greatest flexibility as you determine your color palette. The MAIN FLR laundry just off your garage allows you to keep the messes contained as you come & go. Enjoy evenings on your covered patio out front or the warmth of your wood-burning fireplace in the family room with favorite people. The master bedroom, complete with 2 closets & en suite, including double sinks, separate shower & soaking tub will become your escape from long days as the kids/guests settle into rooms. Don't forget the LL with speaker wires & storage! 100% USDA option



This listing recently sold for $1,225.

1912 Winter Hill, O'Fallon, MO 63366  

Residential
$1,300
Price
$1,225
Sale Price
5
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
1
Baths
HURRY! This FRESH & NEWLY renovated 3 bed, 1 bath RANCH home is ready for YOU! From the FRESH paint, UPDATED kitchen & bath, walk in closets in the MASTER, NEW flooring, garage & fully fenced yard with patio, this home leaves nothing left to be desired! Top that off with Fort Zumwalt West Schools & the central location making this home MOVE-IN READY! WASHER/DRYER INCLUDED! This house has NO BASEMENT! NO PETS; NO SMOKING; credit score at or over 600 is preferred. Tenant pays all utilities. Your next step in this simple application process is attached to the listing & ONSITE at the house! Thank you for completing (both sides) 1 app PER 18yo+ applicant & submitting to the listing agent. A full background check, credit, criminal & eviction history will be run on each individual 18+ interested in living in the home at your cost of $40/person. This landlord receives all payments through the credit bureaus so you can BUILD CREDIT while you rent this home!


As a home seller, you recognize that your house is one of many that is available to prospective homebuyers. However, unlike most home sellers, you're willing to go the extra mile to ensure that your residence represents an attractive choice to homebuyers. Although you may commit significant time and resources to get your house ready for a home showing, there are several factors to consider as you prep your residence. Some of the most common factors to consider include: 1. Appearance Of course, your home's interior and exterior should look pristine so they can help your home make a great first impression on homebuyers. Furthermore, you should clean and declutter your house as much as possible before a home showing. This will allow you to highlight how your house represents a spacious, immaculate oasis that a homeowner can enjoy for years to come. Don't forget to hide personal items like photographs before you show your home, too. Ideally, you'll want homebuyers to envision what it's like to live in your house as they walk through it. And by removing personal items, you'll make it easier for homebuyers to imagine a wonderful future in which they buy your home. 2. Smells Strong smells may linger, and ultimately, impact a homebuyer's impression of your residence. Thus, you'll want to pay close attention to any smells that may turn homebuyers off. Focus on using air fresheners and candles that deliver warm, inviting aromas throughout your house. Whether it's lighting a candle that fills your home with a rich natural scent or spraying an air freshener that brings an unparalleled citrus aroma to your residence, you can use odor eliminators to disguise unpleasant smells quickly and effortlessly. You also should consider smells that may develop on the day of a home showing. For instance, cooking bacon on your kitchen stove may be part of your morning routine but can leave a lingering smell. Conversely, home sellers who try to maintain pleasant aromas throughout their houses day after day should be able to minimize repugnant smells immediately. 3. Lighting Illuminate your residence's interior and exterior as best you can, and you'll likely find that homebuyers may be more attracted to your house over others that are available. From dazzling pendant lights in the kitchen to recessed lighting in the hallways, you can make a bold statement with the right types of lighting throughout your home. Also, you should open the windows prior to a home showing to let sunlight fill your residence. By doing so, you can use natural light to illuminate your house and allow fresh air to filter through your home simultaneously. For home sellers, it is essential to devote time and resources to prep your house for an upcoming showing. And if you need extra support along the way, working with an experienced real estate agent ensures that you can receive expert assistance as you add your home to the real estate market. Consider the aforementioned factors as you get your house ready for a home showing, and you should have no trouble generating interest in your house.