Garrett Tucker is a recent graduate from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration focused on Finance. He has been interested in real estate from a young age and spent countless hours as a child viewing real estate online. Growing up in Eureka, he started working at the Six Flags amusement park at the age of 16. This is a job he worked through his entire high school and college career holding numerous leadership roles and recently completing an internship with Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia. Garrett is an expert at customer service. Garrett enjoys spending time with friends, traveling and watching the penguins at the St. Louis Zoo.
Keith R. Manzer brings over 37 years of real estate experience with him. He has been named “The Face of Luxury Residential Real Estate” by St. Louis Magazine in 2014, 2015 & 2019, and recognized as a 5-Star Service Award winner for the last eight years. From new construction, project development, re-sales & helping buyers relocate from out of town, he has the perfect skill set to meet a variety of real estate needs. Manzer gives back to the community on many levels. He has established the Brian S. Voorhees Scholarship Fund, benefiting the Crafting-A-Future program for underserved children at Craft Alliance Center for Art and Design, St. Louis, MO.
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In the midst of spring selling season, existing-home sales dropped for the second consecutive month. Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, with the National Assocation of REALTORS® is confident that plenty of signs—like low mortgage rates, a growing job market and wages, and added housing inventories—will help make for a turnaround.
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