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The following links are for several popular MLS Searches that clients have requested in the past.  All Searches are up to date.  I can represent you as a buyer's agent on most of the listings shown.

Missouri Churches For Sale      Potential use as Church     Potential use as a Meeting Hall   

Potential use as a School

Restaurant For Sale             Bed & Breakfast                Apartment Buildings             Car Wash       

Office Buildings                Possible use Warehouse             Hotel Motel use                  Possible Self Storage  

Storefronts                     Possible use as Daycare         Professional Service Use         Possible Use Automotive

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The St Charles Economic Development Center has several different ways of helping young, growing, or moving  companies get started.  This applies to the incubator programs.  Also available are the experienced people to provide guidance and other assistance for operation, structure, market diagnostics, and plans for financing.  The following discussion of SBA 504 financing is only one of 4 options that may be available.  If you are moving into, expanding, or adding product lines in  the St Charles and St Louis metro area within about 7 or 8 adjacent counties the EDC can assist over the entire area.  Call me or email me and I will try to put you in touch with the right people and hopefully be of assistance in any property needs that may arise.

Each County and community is dedicated to attracting growth and jobs by providing an economic development office and web site.  Many of these are located in city hall.  Many of these are accessible through  I use this information to call them for zoning information and permit requirements when you inquire about property for your business. 

The following article from the St Louis Business Journal illustrates some of the aggressiveness of business in St Louis.





Mar 26, 2014, 11:38am CDT

2013 was record for St. Louis startups

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More startup companies popped onto the St. Louis scene in 2013 than in any other year in the city’s 250-year history, according to a report out by the St. Louis Regional Chamber.

And most of those companies were within the tech industry, which could give way to more regional and local money being pumped into the St. Louis startup ecosystem. At least, that’s what Jay Delong, vice president for new ventures and capital formation, is hoping.

“There’s a national trend to do more IT investing and if we have more IT companies, there’s more opportunity for more funding,” he said. “We finally have that group of startups that can reach into that IT funding stream and bring that money into St. Louis.”

In 2013, the regional chamber tracked 52 new startups. Of those, 37 were tech companies. In 2012, 42 new startups were tracked by the regional chamber with approximately 32 of them being in the tech sector.

New tech companies not only means a new pipeline of potential investable companies for local angel groups like the St. Louis Arch Angels, but, as DeLong said, can help pull outside venture capital into St. Louis.

“The breadth of startups is one indicator of momentum that gives me comfort that we are on a solid footing in St. Louis,” DeLong said.

Gil Bickel, chairman of the St. Louis Arch Angels, said the angel group started seeing more quality deals in 2013 thanks a set of new tech companies, specifically in the gaming industry. The St. Louis Arch Angels finished 2013 having invested $8.5 million — up from the $5.6 million invested in 2012. The group will invest roughly $10 million in 2014.

More out-of-town venture capital found it’s way to St. Louis, too. National venture firms such as San Mateo, Calif.-based Oak Investment Partners (Norse’s $10 million Series A) and Boston-based Bain Capital (Gainsight’s $20 million Series B) each made significant investments in St. Louis startups in 2013.

Overall, St. Louis-area  startups raised more than $380 million in 2013, more than six-times the amount they raised in 2012.


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