17250 Old Manchester Rd


This unique 2 story restaurant is 1,600 square feet on the first floor and 700 square feet on the second floor. Two additional buildings ( 360 and 2600 square feet) on the property. This is the perfect location for a boutique restaurant, cafe, coffee, house, retail, office, or banquet facility. Some restaurant equipment included.
Listing Price: $150,000
Address: 17250 Old Manchester Rd
City: Grover
State: Mo
ZIP: 63040-
MLS # (if any): 15009566
Square Feet: 2,300
Basement (full, 1/2, finished, unfinished): stone


Using Home Equity to Invest in Real Estate

“I am sure that many investors read through real estate blogs and forums pertaining to real estate investing and wonder where the investment dollars will come from. I know that many young professionals have stocked away savings accounts and retirement plans, but are uneasy about depleting these funds to buy investment property.”

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A Quick Nickel Beats a Slow Dime… Any Day

“Should you REhab or PREhab? Most real estate investors have heard about (and many have participated in) a REhab. Made famous by reality TV shows, a REhab is when a real estate investor renovates a dilapidated property into a sparkling home, so it can be sold to a retail buyer.”

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Real estate: Find opportunity next year

“Home prices are expected to rise a modest 1% from the fourth quarter of this year to the end of 2013, according to the real estate research firm Fiserv. David Stiff, Fiserv’s chief economist, notes that after some choppiness early on, prices should increase 3.4% from the second quarter of 2013 to the second quarter of 2014. In hotter regions out West, you can expect bigger gains.”

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6 Tips for Investing in Real Estate

“If you’re fed up with the paltry returns you get on bonds, the insulting interest rates paid by banks, and the frenetic fits of the stock market, you might consider turning to rental real estate to supplement your retirement income.”

Read more here- http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/On-Retirement/2012/10/02/6-tips-for-investing-in-real-estate

REAL ESTATE: Foreclosure activity a 5-year low

“The number of new foreclosure notices tacked on doors and garages of homes in the Inland area rose in September.”

Read more here- http://www.pe.com/business/business-headlines/20121011-real-estate-foreclosure-activity-a-5-year-low.ece

3 Tips to Investing in Ballwin Real Estate

There are many books, seminars, and websites dedicated to sharing the power of real estate investing.  While many people talk about investing in real estate, very few accomplish their goals of building a great portfolio.  Looking merely for “investment in Ballwin real estate” on Google could present you with over 80,000 different pages to sort through!

To help you start your search for the best properties throughout Ballwin we invite you to consider the following.

  1. Your Goals – Before jumping into investing in real estate, we invite you to consider if it is right for your goals.   Some people are more confident investing in stock while for others real estate may be a better match.  As you look to invest in real estate write down your financial goals from monthly cash flow and how it balances out your other investments to see if it’s a match.  Should you want our insight on how it could fit in with your goals, simply fill out our contact form and we will be happy to share both the challenges and rewards of investing in real estate.
  2. Type of Property – You can invest in everything from a single family home, multi-unit, to an apartment building.  The best part of the variety of properties is it provides you the opportunity to match your investment goals to the right type of real estate.  While most people feel they HAVE to start with a single family home and work their way up to larger styles of investment properties this isn’t the case.  At every step of the way we can help you discover which style of property is best for you.
  3. Occupancy Rates – One of the biggest fears new investors have is that their property will be vacant for an extended period of time.  A high vacancy rate can ruin the return on an otherwise great investment.  Merely checking a rental history on a particular unit isn’t enough.  To understand what occupancy rate you can expect we invite you to research everything from other units available for sale, driving the neighborhood, checking rent rolls and evaluating the neighborhood.

By clearly defining your goals, deciding on a type of investment property, and evaluating occupancy rates you will be in the best position to find the Ballwin real estate that is right for your goals.  You can even get started today by simply requesting our Hot List of investment opportunities below.