All posts by Mark Richert

About Mark Richert

Mark Richert is a Real Estate Broker who works for buyers only. He and his wife Alexis founded Finding Homes for You in 2004. Mark and his team help home buyers in St.Louis and surrounding areas. When not involved in Real Estate he is checking out new apps and bringing new tech goodies to his clients.




What Kids Want In Their Next Home

What Kids Want In Their Next Home Parents say what kids want in their next home and their opinions matter big when buying a home. A recent survey conducted by Harris Poll and released by SunTrust Mortgage found that “55% of homeowners with a child under the age of 18 at the time when they […]


2018 Chesterfield Amphitheater Concert Series Schedule

  Chesterfield Amphitheater 2018 Summer Concert Series Schedule of Events The 2018 Chesterfield Amphitheater Concert Series Schedule has just been announced. Hosted in the beautiful Central Park, the Chesterfield Amphitheater is nestled right behind Chesterfield Mall with plenty of parking available to the public. Fixed seating and lawn seating is open to the public FREE […]




St. Louis Housing Report March 2018

St. Louis Housing Report March 2018 March 2018 Housing Report from St. Louis REALTORS® on Vimeo. The St. Louis Housing Report March 2018 just released by the St. Louis REALTORS® states, “St. Louis’ stubborn late winter slows new listing inventory and continues to drive average sales price up.” The March 2018 figures for new home […]






Relationship Status of First Time Homebuyers

What is the Relationship Status of First Time Homebuyers? Have you ever wondered about the relationship status of first time homebuyers?  Probably not, but since it’s Valentine’s Day today why not check into the relationship status of who’s buying homes? According to the National Association of REALTORS most recent Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers, married couples once again […]


Tax Reform and Housing Reference Guide

Tax Reform and Housing Reference Guide Disclaimer: This tax reform and housing reference guide is not meant to be a resource for tax advice but instead a resource for basic information concerning only certain aspects of the new tax code and how they may impact the real estate market. You should get tax advice from […]