The website will focus on the most up to date real estate listings in both the St. Louis and St. Charles areas.
Chesterfield, MO -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2012 -- The owners of http://www.homefinderstl.com have officially launched their website, which is open to the public to view numerous local listings in the St. Louis/St. Charles area. With so many generic real estate websites out there already, the goal of HomeFinderSTL.com is to offer a unique view at the hottest St. Louis real estate listings currently available.
Using the website is extremely easy for first-time visitors, as a person can start a search right from the homepage. General options such as city, school district, price range and more can be selected to make sure only relevant results are show.
For those looking for even more specifics, an advanced search can be used. This is recommended for those familiar with St. Louis real estate in the past who know exactly what they want.
New users who might not find a home right away are encouraged to sign up for free daily email updates from the new website. By becoming a member of the website, customers can receive automated home searches, favorite properties, email updates and other exclusives that general visitors won’t be eligible for.
The St. Louis and St. Charles area of the United States continues to experience growth. Real estate is constantly changing, so the owners of HomeFinderSTLcom encourage all visitors to act quickly on a listing that interests them. As soon as a listing is sold or is otherwise no longer available, the webmaster will have it promptly removed to always reflect up to date offerings.
To give the new website a test drive, or to learn more about the general area of the United States in general, visit http://www.homefinderstl.com.
HomeFinderSTL.com is a St. Louis Real Estate website owned and operated by the Mike Luntz Team at Keller Williams Reality. Led by Mike Luntz and Amy Ameling, the duo brings a wealth of experience dealing with real estate in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Over the years, they have been a part of over 1000 real estate transactions scattered in nearly every neighborhood and school district in the area.