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The August Group Inc. is your source for dependable Real Estate Appraisals in Saint Louis City and the following counties in Missouri; St. Louis, Franklin, Jefferson, Warren, Lincoln, St. Charles and St. Francois

Whether it's an older home or luxurious new construction, Jeffrey Noyes' experience and hours of study as licensed appraiser make him qualified to provide home valuations in Saint Louis City, St. Louis, Franklin, Jefferson, Warren, Lincoln, St. Charles and St. Francois County for clients ranging from national mortgage companies to local lenders or individual businesses and consumers.

When an appraisal of real estate in or around St Louis Missouri is needed, count on Jeffrey Noyes of The August Group Inc. for an accurate estimate of market value.  As a liscenced appraiser with years of experience, Jeffrey can get you from start to finish with professionalism and in a timely manner. Listed below are just some of the areas of expertiese we deal with every day here at the August Group Inc.
   
Loan originators requiring an experienced Saint Louis County appraiser
Increasing your HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit)
Employee relocation appraisals
Picking the right listing price for your property
A dependable expert witness for court cases involving the value of a home in or around St Louis
Appraisal review: Getting a second opinion on a past appraisal in or around St Louis, Missouri
Tax Challenges (reducing property taxes) if you live in an area where prices have declined
Bankruptcy cases where the market value of a home in or around St Louis, Missouri is relevant
Retrospective home valuations
Needing an accurate estimate of a home's square footage. We can do it quickly and at a reasonable price!
Divorce settlements when the value of the shared home is needed
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MBS RECAP: Another Chance to Not Get Your Hopes Up
2/16/2018 3:14 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryTiny pockets of gains have come and gone in the vast sea of red that's dominated 2018 so far. Each pocket has attempted to lure optimists into a "bull trap." In other words, originators want to be bullish on rates, so they're more likely to take the best available...Read More
 
Mortgage Rates Catch a Break Before Long Weekend
2/16/2018 2:49 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchFinancial markets in the US will be closed for President"s Day on Monday. Thus, mortgage lenders will not be open, nor will they be accepting locks. Given that mortgage rates took the road less traveled in 2018 and actually moved lower, it"s worth having a chat with your mortgage p...Read More
 
Fannie Mae: So Now Things are Moving Too Fast?
2/16/2018 11:36 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireSome people are never happy . For most of the ten years following the start of the Great Recession the experts have focused (can we say harped?) on the theme of a slow recovery. Now, after a couple of upticks in the inflation rate, Fannie Mae has headlined its February Economic Developments release...Read More
 
MBS Day Ahead: In a Position to Improve?
2/16/2018 9:16 AM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryWhile they're extremely important to institutional investors and analysts, the role of trading positions in the bond market is one of the most easily overlooked factors in rate movement over shorter time horizons. "Positions" is just a fancy way to refer to how many d...Read More
 
A Happy New Year for Construction Stats
2/16/2018 8:59 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireResidential construction got off to a strong start in January, with sizable increases in both permits and housing starts and only a slight downturn in completions. The gains follow a particularly disappointing performance in construction starts in December. Statistics were spotty on a regional basi...Read More
 
Subservicing Product; Tax Changes" Impact on Business
2/16/2018 8:11 AM
Posted To: Pipeline PressMortgage rates are greatly influenced by supply and demand. And if both the U.S. government and individuals need to borrow money, the government usually wins. Total U.S. household debt hit an all-time high of $13.15 trillion at the end of 2017 . That’s up $193 ...Read More
 
MBS RECAP: Deceptively Bad Day For Bonds
2/15/2018 3:14 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryAt face value, today was great! Bonds overlooked all of the morning's economic data (no surprise) and made modest gains that were subsequently held throughout the session. There was very little volatility. The ground-holding came despite gains in stocks. And multiple lenders re...Read More
 
Rates Hold Steady Despite Stock Gains
2/15/2018 2:41 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates were roughly unchanged today. Some lenders even offered improved rates in the afternoon as underlying bond markets managed to hold modest gains. All this despite another winning day for stocks (5th in a row now). Much has been made of the interaction between stocks a...Read More
 
Fannie/Freddie Need Your Money Again, But Not Like They Used To
2/15/2018 1:04 PM
Posted To: MND NewsWireWhile the prospect of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac needing taxpayer money conjures up images of a failing mortgage market requiring a government bailout, that"s very far from the case this time around. In fact, taxpayers continue to come out way ahead with respect to the GSEs" conservatorship agreeme...Read More
 
Homebuilders More Optimistic Over the Next Six Months
2/15/2018 9:37 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireNew home builders are looking ahead, and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) says this optimism was reflected in its Housing Market Index (HMI) for February. While the total HMI, which is also sponsored by Wells Fargo, was unchanged from January at 72, its most forward-looking componen...Read More