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JUST LISTED! $18,000. This beautiful 2-acre lot is on an interior lake in the Forbes development with 352' of waterfront! Build-able waterfront property is harder to find all the time, so snatch
JUST LISTED and already reduced to $18,000. Almost 2 acres in Forbes development right on an interior lake with approximately 327' of waterfront! Build-able waterfront property is harder to find all
Just listed! Check out this LEVEL commercial lot in Camdenton. It's zoned C-2, is on city water/sewer and has approximately 240' of highway frontage with easy access. Great visibility location,
With rising inventory and modest expectations of demand growth, REALTORS® responding to the October 2014 survey expected home prices to increase modestly in the
The wrangling in Congress that has prevented a package of expired tax breaks from being reinstated threatens to slap massive tax bills on thousands of Americans who have given up their
LAKE OZARK, Mo. — For the second year in a row, The Lodge of Four Seasons is bringing the nostalgia of horse-drawn carriage rides to The Lake of the Ozarks—an experience typically found in a
Check out This Cool Home I Just Listed! Only $250,000.00 with a BOAT DOCK!http://kmrustand.propertiesinlakeoftheozarks.com/property/55-3102401-26-Carya-Lane-Linn-Creek-MO...
Ducks will fall from the sky again Aug. 2, with one happy duck-owner winning $5,000. The Annual Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop is a fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club of Ozark Coast.
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The island development located on the 3.5 mile mark on the main channel of the Lake of the Ozarks. Known for years as Hawaiian Island, then as Atlantis Island and now Isla Del Sol consists of
The Muny established in 1914 located in the beautiful and historic St. Louis Forest Park in St. Louis, MO. The Forest Park is best know as the location of the 1904 Worlds Fair.