Kansas Market Data
“With the strong sales in January, inventories are the tightest they’ve ever been for this time of year,” said KAR president, Marsha McConnell with Plaza Astle Realty in Hutchinson. “At the end of the month there was only a 2.4 months’ supply of homes available for sale across the state.”
Home sales in Kansas rose by 6.4% percent in January 2020 compared to the same period last year.
Home prices continue to increase across the state. The statewide average sale price in January was $212,034 a 5.6% increase compared to last year.
There are currently 8,386 active listings in the state compared to 9,828 listing last year.
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