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How often do you buy property? Purchasing real estate is a complex and major transaction with many details to be handled. In the majority of cases the seller will be represented by an agent. 

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Each of our clients enjoys concierge service and industry experience that drive our continued success in Missouri and Kansas. We understand your selling journey is unique and we’re here to help.

From Our Customers...

Vanessa C. - August 2020

Great right from the beginning

"Stutesman's Action Realty (Jennifer Yarsulik) has been great right from the beginning (starting) with messages at all times of the day (and sometimes night) to us flying in from Las Vegas, NV to Nevada, MO meeting up on my (as well as my wife's) limited timeframe to show this specific house that caught our attention while browsing Cheap Old Houses (online). She was a wealth of knowledge, She's honest, I felt as if she was there to genuinely take care of us on this (should I say) adventure, lol, We bought the house! =D She was great with the negotiations as well as bringing up specific suggestions while fighting for us (regarding things already in the contract). I can't say how much I appreciate the time she took to be there for the inspections while we weren't able to be there due to distance, I couldn't have hoped for more, She made this process (mildly) painless. ; )"

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Selling Your Home in the Winter

Winter isn’t usually thought of as “the season” to sell a home, but home sales have gradually increased across all seasons. While it may be true that people tend to stay indoors when the weather is cold and wet, it doesn’t mean that you can’t sell your home.

Pandemic Hot Real Estate

If there is a silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that the residential real estate market is hot. Demand is outweighing supply making it very much a seller’s market.

Selling Your Home During a Pandemic

It’s unclear if and when things will ever get back to pre-COVID-19 times. One thing is for certain, life goes on and we must find a way to move forward. This is evident in how hot the housing market is right now.