About Jerry & Rhonda Overberg & Team, ABR, CDPE, A-REO PRO, SFR, FSP
Jerry & Rhonda Overberg & The Overberg Home Selling Team
We welcome the opportunity to be of service to your Real Estate Needs. You can rest assured with Rhonda's experience of over 30 years and Jerry's of over 25 years. The Overberg Team has consistently ranked in the Top List of the St. Louis Association of Realtors while also ranking in the Top of the RE/MAX St. Louis Region.
Rhonda has extended her education in Real Estate to Commercial Sales/Leasing, Investment properites, Real Estate Coaching and is the Broker-Associate of RE/MAX Best Choice. Jerry continues to Lead the Team in Home Sales consisting of existing homes and New Construction. and Development.
Rhonda & Jerry are owners of RE/MAX Best Choice which has locations in St. Louis County at 4568 Meramec Bottom Road, St. Louis, MO 63128, and 1510 Parkway West in Festus, MO 63028 as well as 3318 Conway Road Farmington, MO 63640 and most recently the Overberg Team located at 1349 McNutt Street Herculaneum, MO. With the three office's poised just off I55, and one located on Highway 67 in St. Francios County it is easy to service our clientele. If you are moving to St. Louis, Farmington or Festus Missouri areas don't hesitate to give us a call.
Jerry and his Team welcomes the opportunity to be of service to you, and Rhonda welcomes the opportunity to assist you in your Commercial/Investment Real Estate needs as well.
Our team is very experienced in REO properties and service REO's in St. Louis, St. Francios, Jefferson, Franklin, and Ste Genevieve Counties. We list properties Fanniemae and Freddiemac. As a short sale specialist our team can also expedite this procedure.
2012 has proved to be the beginning of the next real estate boom. The market has seen many signs of improvement from less foreclosues hitting the market to prices increasing in all price brackets. If you have waited for the bottom of the market to make the move all signs are we are there!
The inventory in our markets are low and now is the time to list and take advantage of getting your very best value!
Rhonda & Jerry Overberg
PS 2013 Real Estate update. Selling your home fast has not been this easy since the year 2000. The market is booming and buyers are out buying now is the time to sell your home and move up!
Specializing in all of Jefferson County, St. Louis County and surrounding communities.
PSS 2014 Update. The 1st quarter was a slow start to Real Estate this year due to the cold and long winter. However with just a few spring days the market is heating up! Sure to continue this incline in real estate values. Jump on board today!
PSSS 2014 Finished strong just as I predicted all year it would end up being one of the best years ever for real estate and it was!
2015 has started again strong even one day after Christmas the phones were ringing off the hooks and sellers and buyers alike are planning their real estate search for the month of January. The investory is still very very low and there are many buyers out there, so if you are planning on selling this is no doubt the time to beat the competition, get your home on the market today!
2017 update, it's a repeat of 2015 start. The end of 2016 showed a bit of a slow down most likely due to the presidential election. The upcoming year is projected to be another record breaking year just as 2016 was. Inventory is still very low and new construction has become a common choice of buyers because of limited homes to buy. This is a seller's market so no time like now to list and sell.
2017 September update, This has become somewhat of a diary of the market. I just wished I would have started it back before 2008. 2017 has been a very strong year for real estate. Low inventory is driving prices up. Builders can't keep up or build enough houses. Start up builders have a hard time getting the subs due to the larger builders tying up the subcontractors. I predict as newly developed lots start hitting the market you will continue to see new construction prices increase drastically. Already in the last couple of years we have seen increases over $15000 to base prices of how due to limited inventory and lots. Don't expect this to stop in the future, it will continue as long as the market is moving and lots are being developed and sold. Exisitng home owners can take advantage now of still a few remaining inventory lots in some subdivisions throughout the areas.