Real Estate in Missouri

The state of Missouri is known for its protection of family values, and you can see how much Missouri values its families in some of its real estate laws. In the state of Missouri, a real estate seller must disclose to a potential buyer whether or not the property in question was used as a site for making illegal narcotics. The seller must also disclose whether or not the property in question was a site where a child's welfare was endangered either through the threat of or the actual commitment of physical injury. This means that if the current owner knows that a previous owner was convicted of physically abusing a child on the property in question, then that owner must let a prospective buyer know of that part of the property's history.

It is interesting to note that while Missouri mandates that certain parts of a property's history be revealed, the state allows property owners to remain completely silent on other types of past events. Missouri state law allows sellers to remain silent on subjects such as if there was a felony committed on the property and if the property was ever the site of a suicide. Disclosure agreements can be very tricky in the state of Missouri, which is why it is a good idea to hire an attorney for your real estate transaction.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Missouri

St Louis Association of Realtors
Address: St Louis Association of Realtors
12777 Olive Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63141
Office Phone Number: (314) 576-0033
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Missouri Realtors Association
Address: Missouri Realtors Association
2601 Bernadette Place
Columbia, MO 65203
Office Phone Number: (573) 445-8400
Toll-Free Number: (800) 403-0101
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Columbia Board of Realtors
Address: Columbia Board of Realtors
2309 Interstate 70 Drive NW
Columbia, MO 65202
Office Phone Number: (573) 446-2400
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