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A foreclosed home can be a great deal for a savvy consumer. With the right amount of planning ahead and research on the property and area, it's possible to save a lot of money on foreclosures despite the repairs and renovations they often come with. There are currently thousands of foreclosed homes for sale in Missouri, and relocating to the Show Me State can prove to have a lot to offer.



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Missouri is brimming with fascinating history during many important periods in the United States. As such, there are many historic sites and museums dedicated to this history. Grant's Farm in Saint Louis, the ancestral home of Ulysses S. Grant, is now open for public tram tours showcasing the historic farm and the animals that live there. The childhood home of famous author Mark Twain has been turned into a museum where patrons can see some of the life and scenery that inspired his writing, including Tom Sawyer's infamous white picket fence. The state also contains memorial sites such as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, and the famous Gateway Arch. More modern attractions include the Silver Dollar City, Worlds of Fun, and Six Flags Over St. Louis amusement parks, as well as the Kaufman and Busch sports stadiums and the St. Louis and Kansas City Zoos.