West St. Louis County Real Estate Expert
It would be challenging to find a more experienced real estate agent in the St. Louis metro area than Colleen Lawler. With over 32 years serving residential buyers and sellers and an array of awards for top production, she has earned the respect of clients and peers alike.
Colleen's team is a knowledgeable group of professionals, tirelessly working to deliver stellar service and a seamless experience for their clients. Colleen and Team is affiliated with the Chesterfield West office of Coldwell Banker Realty - Gundaker.
#1 Agent for Coldwell Banker Gundaker - Year after Year!
We found Colleen to be a highly respected and experienced real estate professional. She brought a good marketing strategy to the table and showed close attention to details while evaluating our home for market readiness. We entered a very tough time to sell a home during the 2020 pandemic, however, Colleen was able to use her skills by offering a virtual walkthroug...
Colleen is our idea of the consummate real estate professional. She understands the entire process thoroughly from both the perspective of the buyer and the seller. She has been in the industry long enough to have seen pretty much everything, which was very beneficial when our selling experience uncovered some interesting issues. Her counsel was wise as she present...
Prior to working Colleen Lawler, I had used another realtor years prior and my condo sat on the market for 6 months with limited views or offers. I was forced to rent out the unit until I could afford to put it back on the market. Within 1 week of talking to Colleen and putting my condo on the market for the 2nd time, I had an offer and the unit was sold within the...
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Let's start with the master suite because let's face it, the kids' bedrooms are harder to get clean and staged.
I think everyone agrees that fresh mulch is a must when you are putting your house on the market.
When my kids were small, they called the unfinished portion of my mom's basement "the scary room".