Here’s the best part… you can save homes you want to see in a Favorites File. Homes you’re not interested in can be moved to a Not for Me File. You can access One Home as often as you want, and all your properties will still be saved where you stored them. Your house hunting will now become whole lot easier.
ALL listings appear in One Home, not just CBGundakers. You may certainly still check other websites such as Zillow, but if you input the same price and search criteria you give me, the same list of homes should appear in your Portal. All of these other websites get their property information from our MLS. When information changes on a property such as price or it becomes sold, it can take a few hours for this change to show up in these other websites. Any change to a listing in One Home is immediately displayed – posted information is accurate. You can unsubscribe at any time.
One Home can be set up to email you new listing alerts immediately, daily, weekly or monthly depending on your purchase time frame. Let me know how often you’d like to get the alerts. The sharp homes sell fast. If you’re actively looking or only want one subdivision, be the first to discover a new listing! You’re also notified when there’s price reductions. The Portal is your best and most up to date source of finding properties for sale on-line. Please don’t hesitate to call me if you have any questions about using One Home.
To get set up on One Home, CLICK HERE and let me know what you’re looking for. Or for more detail, you can copy and paste the questions below and put answers in the email:
1) Price Range Minimum $ Maximum $2) # of Bedrooms Minimum = Maximum =3) Minimum # of Bathrooms = Just 1 is ok / 1.5 / 2 / 2.5
On lower priced homes, requiring more than one bath often greatly reduces the number of matching properties.
If just 1 is ok, 1.5 or 2 bath homes will also be found
4) Parking: List all you’d consider:At least a Carport? 1 car garage minimum? 2 car garage minimum? None ok?5) Style of home: List:Ranch? 1.5 Story? 2 Story? Split Foyer? Any ok? Omit certain styles?6) Will you consider purchasing a condominium? – Yes or No ?Style you’ll consider: Garden (One Level), Townhome, or Both?Do you require private laundry facilities (inside your unit)?If considering a Garden style condo, will you accept a Lower, Main or Upper Level Unit?There will be a monthly condo fee added to your monthly payment, typically $80 to $350 and higher.Often you have no Water, Trash, or Sewer bill as they are included in the condo fee.In lower price ranges, some condos do not have a basement, maybe only a storage locker.Also, to get more matches, you may have to accept a parking pad, carport or 1 car garage, instead of a 2-car garage.7) Will you consider a home without a basement – Yes or No?8) Finished Basement only? Unfinished Basement only? Either ok?9) Will you consider new construction – Yes or No?10) Is there a minimum or maximum age requirement? (Example: no older than 60 years)11) Is there minimum square footage desired? Minimum SqFt =If not sure of square feet desired just yet, skip this step.12) List any other features you requireFireplace? Fenced Yard? Main Floor Laundry? Listing too many required items will greatly reduce the number of matching listings. List your ‘would like’ features next…13) List any other features you would like to haveDeck? Patio? Separate Dining Room. Walk-out Basement. These features will NOT be entered into the search. This is just for my information to aid in finding the perfect home for you.14) Are you interested in viewing below market, As-Is Foreclosure homes – Yes or No?These homes are typically in BAD shape and require repairs and out of pocket money spent before you can comfortably occupy the home. If considering these types of properties, I STRONGLY recommend you have a conversation with your Loan Officer about financing as-is properties..15) Where do you want to live? – Listings in our MLS are categorized by which School District they are located in. I need to know which districts OR areas you desire? If you’re not particular about which school district you want, you can just name areas, and I will input the correct school district. To see which townships, cities, or areas are within each school district, click: “School District List”. Prices shown for each school district are before the 2008 recession.Areas you will consider –School District Map Type in area numbers from below Example: 166,167,181ST LOUIS CITY 1 Downtown 2 Central East 3 South City 4 Central West 5 North CityNORTH COUNTY 16 Jennings 31 Riverview 46 Hazelwood East 47 Hazelwood Central
48 Hazelwood West 63 McCluer 64 McCluer North 65 McCluer SouthNORTHWEST COUNTY 76 Pattonville 91 Ritenour 106 NormandyCENTRAL 136 University City 151 Ladue 226 Clayton 211 Brentwood
241 Maplewood 196 Kirkwood 256 Webster GrovesWEST COUNTY 166 Parkway North 167 Parkway Central 168 Parkway West 169 Parkway South
181 Valley Park 348 Marguette Far West 347 Lafayette 346 EurekaSOUTHWEST COUNTY 349 Rockwood Summit 316 Lindberg 271 AftonSOUTH COUNTY 286 Bayless 301 Hancock Place 331 Mehlville 332 OakvilleST CHARLES 403 St Charles 404 St Charles West 405 Orchard Farms
406 Ft Zumwalt East 407 Ft Zumwalt West 408 Ft Zumwalt North 409 Ft Zumwalt South
410 Francis Howell 411 Francis Howell North 412 Francis Howell Central 414 Washington
415 Wentzville-Holt 416 Wentzville-Timberland 417 Wentzville-Liberty 418 Wentzville-North Point