The Boxdorfer Springer Team | Teamwork makes the dream work.

Buying or selling a home can be a complicated and stressful process. It’s important to have someone in your corner who you can rely on. Rachael Boxdorfer and Will Springer know the importance of strong relationships. Working with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate, the two agents have formed a team dedicated to helping clients successfully navigate the market—whether they’re buying their first home, exploring St. Louis’ luxury market or looking to find an investment property.

Both Boxdorfer and Springer came to real estate from different backgrounds. Boxdorfer initially started her career working for nonprofits and marketing for TV and radio—an experience that gave her critical skills when it comes to selling homes. She made the transition to real estate in 2002. Springer made the move to real estate more recently in 2015. Originally, the St. Louis native worked as a lawyer in California. “I decided that wasn’t what I wanted to do,” he says. “When my family and I moved back to St. Louis, I had an opportunity to start working with a friend of mine who is a real estate broker. In 2017, I made the transition to Alliance Real Estate.”

It didn’t take long for the duo to realize they had similar work ethics, although their partnership didn’t officially form until this January. “Real estate is a 24/7 business, but there are times when you won’t be available,” Boxdorfer explains. “You need to find someone you can trust your clients to, and I always found myself going back to Will. He cares just as much as I do about client services. We balance each other, so we started conversations about teaming up. It’s been a great match.”

Collaboration is key for the Boxdorfer Springer Team—whether it’s how they work with each other or clients. “Our goal is to find the best resolution, and that means working well with buyers, sellers and other agents,” Springer notes. “Any market is stressful, but the past two years have been particularly so. We’re here to help navigate different challenges.” Boxdorfer adds that helping explain and work through the process with clients is crucial to their process. “We’re comfortable with our clients and work to build good long-term relationships,” she says. “We do a lot of education about real estate. Even experienced buyers and sellers have to relearn the process in difficult markets.”

For both Boxdorfer and Springer, their love of St. Louis makes it easy to love what they do. “Part of my job is getting to be an ambassador for the city,” Springer says “St. Louis has so much history, and there is a lot to teach people about the city, especially if they are relocating. There are good homes to fit any budget.” The team is dedicated to giving back to the city it serves. At the start of the pandemic, they helped organize a food drive that has become an annual tradition at Alliance Real Estate. “We’re in a business that deals so personally with people, so it’s important that we support the community,” Boxdorfer notes. “St. Louis has a small town mentality, and that means we all help each other.”

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