From the Archive
By HOM Editor | January 8, 2020
There were a total of 2,995 home sales in Kansas last month, compared to 2,660 units in December 2018.
By HOM Editor | December 27, 2019
Total home sales in Kansas fell last month to 2,880 units, compared to 3,143 units in November 2018.
By HOM Editor | November 5, 2019
The number of available units at the end of October 2019 was 10,302, down from 11,428 in October 2018
By HOM Editor | October 29, 2019
In September the impacts of low inventory continued. The average days on the market were down from 2018. Home sales and sale prices were up compared to September 2018.
By HOM Editor | September 12, 2019
Despite rising prices and limited options, buyers are taking advantage of the low interest rates, driving down the average days on the market
By HOM Editor | August 29, 2019
The number of days homes are on the market has remained steady at 48 days, only one day less than a year ago.
By HOM Editor | August 9, 2019
From June 2018 to 2019, the average sale price across Kansas was up 7 percent.
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