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Search for homes for sale in metro-east of Illinois including Belleville, Fairview Heights, East St. Louis, Swansea, O'Fallon, Collinsville. Belleville News-Democrat newspaper and bnd.com provide information on schools, home buying services, public safety, places of worship and the home-buying process. Also learn about local communities such as The Orchards, The Knolls, Oak Hill.

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O’Fallon Residence Designed for Growing Family

780 Merrifields Dr., O’Fallon. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3-car attached garage, full unfinished basement, 2,271 sq ft, $242,500. Live – and play – in this home, in the sought-after O’Fallon School District, and in the family-friendly Savannah Hills subdivision, with access to the subdivision pool, park and walking trails. Your growing family will love the large kitchen with attached breakfast area and clear sight lines into the connecting family room. With brand-new carpeting and fresh, professional painting throughout, this place is completely move-in ready. This two-story’s fenced-in backyard comes complete with hot tub, basketball court and even a outdoor screen for watching movies under the stars!

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New Construction in Edwardsville with Luxurious Amenities

112 Knights Bridge Ln., Edwardsville. 3 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2-car attached garage, finished walkout basement, 4,272 sq ft, $578,500. Get the house you want without the hassles of exterior maintenance. This brand new home, located in Brookshire Hamlet, offers luxurious details: a beautiful gourmet kitchen, tall ceilings, lots of windows for abundant natural light, ensuite baths for each of the bedrooms and much more.

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Enjoy Country Life at Custom Built Waterloo Home

5710 Deer Hill Rd., Waterloo. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3,178 sq ft, 10 acres, $649,900. Full-brick residence features a split bedroom design, 2-car attached side load garage, and full unfinished basement. Kitchen has Amish cabinetry with solid surface countertops, an angled snack bar and more. Spacious living room has deep coffered ceiling, brick sealed gas fireplace and recessed lighting. Expansive outbuilding includes a 60- by 40-foot heated shop area, and the remaining space could be easily modified for use as a horse barn.

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Multiple Upgrades in O’Fallon Two-Story

924 Stone Briar, O’Fallon. 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3,040 sq ft, $297,500. Kitchen features all the bells and whistles – granite countertops, tile backsplash, island, walk-in pantry, hardwood flooring and stainless steel appliances. Enjoy the great room’s sealed gas fireplace and large bay window that brings in lots of natural light. The home theater, complete with projection system, surround sound and Internet, is part of the newly finished basement.

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Updated Belleville Condo, Scenic Wooded Setting

16 Garretsen Dr., Belleville. 2 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,280 sq ft, $189,900. Located in Persimmon Ridge development, this updated condo includes 2-car attached garage and full finished walkout basement. Stainless steel appliances, ceramic tile flooring, a pantry are among the kitchen highlights. Open concept central living area features a gas fireplace, hardwood flooring and a skylight. The deck off the living room gives you a tree house view of the wooded setting.

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Smithton New Construction Features Split Bedroom Design

5531 Autumn Ash Dr., Smithton. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1,635 sq ft, $239,900. This new construction, located in South Woods subdivision, features a master bedroom with two walk-in closets. The great room, part of the open central living area, features a vaulted ceiling and gas fireplace. Stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a walk-in pantry and an elevated snack bar are kitchen highlights. The dining room includes a sliding door to the patio and backyard.

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‘Love where you live’ at Edwardsville’s @ Cloverdale

A new simplified living neighborhood located in the heart of Edwardsville. Your home's exterior maintenance is taken care of so you can live life to the fullest. Direct access to Madison Co. Transit Trails and all its recreational opportunities. Homes: 1,500-2,800 sq ft, 2-4 bedrooms, one- and two-story homes, 6 floor plans. Open central living area pictured above is typical of @ Cloverdale homes. Tour homes under construction 1-3 p.m. Sunday, with a representative on hand.

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Looking for a new home? Check out current listings of homes for sale in the Belleville News-Democrat's Southern Illinois Homes monthly magazine. View the many homes for sale in the metro-east Illinois including Belleville, Fairview Heights, Swansea, O’Fallon, Collinsville, Edwardsville and neighboring communities. Preview all the pages and click thru to the website of the listing real estate agent or company for more detailed information. You will also find mortgage lenders to help you complete your home buying process. Check back every month for the newest homes for sale in southwestern Illinois.

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The Mortgage Professor: 4 ways to purchase a house with a reverse mortgage

Many home purchasers are seniors. Some become homeowners for the first time, but most have been and want to remain homeowners. They just don't want to remain in their current house. They may want a house that has no stairs, or one that is closer to family or friends, or one in a warmer climate. In many cases, they want to downsize, both the physical house and the financial burdens that come with it.

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Real estate Q&A: HOA can't just start enforcing waived rules

Q: I bought my condo 21 years ago brand-new from the developer. At the closing, I was given a rulebook that restricted decorating or changing the landscaping around our front doors. Since then, many residents, including past members of the board, have consistently ignored that rule, making each unit look uniquely their own. We now have a new president who insists on enforcing this no-decoration rule. She says all plants and decorations not planted by the association must be removed. Can she do this?

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