Jefferson City has a very unique distinction. Back in 1821, the Missouri state legislature appointed a commission, which decided to create the City of Jefferson specifically to serve as the state capital. However, it wasn’t until 1826 the general assembly moved there, as they waited for our capitol building to be constructed. Unfortunately, it was destroyed by a fire just one year later. A second capitol was built and construction was finished in 1840. But, once again it was destroyed by a fire in 1911 after being struck by lightning. The current capitol was built around 1915.
Whether it has been a long day and you want a burger, or you are driving through the city and need a touch of BBQ, Jefferson City has your appetite in mind. But maybe you are overwhelmed on where you should actually head for dinner with a client. Luckily, we have the lowdown on some of the best places to eat in the city.
Gain a better understanding of what a home inspector is and what they do. Listen in as Rich Ives discusses home inspections with the McMichael Realty staff.
As the long winter winds down and spring approaches in the Holts Summit area, there is excitement in the air as St. Andrews Knights of Columbus members begin preparing for their annual series of fish fries during the season of Lent. Each Friday during Lent, parish workers begin gathering to prepare and serve the food to the large crowds, sometimes exceeding 1,500 hungry people. Even though there are large crowds, they have perfected serving, with little or no waiting in line.
So far in January there have been 91 NEW LISTINGS. Last year, at this same time, there were 98 new listings. We are running about the same as the previous year. Last year in January, there were 58 homes under contract. So far this January, there are 93! The average sales price for these January closings are $127,731. Our AVERAGE DAYS ON THE MARKET are 73 across the Multiple Listing Service.