Karen Devereux & Emily O'Hagan
Having deep roots in St. Louis and family in real estate, this mother/daughter team has over 35 years of collective experience.
They have enjoyed great success by offering clients honesty, loyalty and vast experience. Their deep understanding of neighborhoods and homes is evident and clients know they are knowledgeable in the St. Louis market.
Their partnership ensures excellent communication and service throughout the entire transaction. Together they analyze local trends and maximize their marketing and computer knowledge to really give their clients a competitive edge whether in buying or selling. They take very happy clients to the closing table!
The fact that the majority of their business is from clients they have worked with in the past and those clients' referrals, says a lot!
Please contact Karen and Emily to discuss your real estate needs.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 314.422.0868, email@example.com or 314.378.0628
"Karen, thank you again for all your work, and patience, on both the sale and the purchase of our homes. I am truly amazed at how things came together in this crazy environment. You were a huge part of why things worked out as they did. You are great to work with!" - Paul
"Thoroughly enjoyed our experience working with Laura McCarthy Real Estate and their agents Emily and Karen. They completely understood our needs and helped us find our first dream home. They put all of our first time buyer's fears at ease with quick communication, ample knowledge and great follow up. Their flexibility with viewings and meetings was much appreciated as we both have busy work schedules. We have already recommended them to a friend who recently moved to the St. Louis area, and will continue to do so with others"
- Erica and Drew
"Emily helped my husband and I buy our first home. Our needs were very specific and we were pleased with the level of service she provided. I have and will continue to recommend her to anyone interested in buying or selling a home in St. Louis." - Ellie