Kansas Market Data
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The number of homes sold in Kansas decreased by 25.1% year-over-year.
The average price of homes continues to increase, going up 2.4% compared to the same month last year.
The number of active listings for Kansas homes went down by 23.8% compared to May 2019.
If you were poised to buy your first home at the start of 2020, the spread of COVID-19 and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have caused you to hit the pause button.
The National Association of REALTORS has put together a new training video to help members understand what implicit bias is and how to overcome it.
Before you pick up your shovel and hoe, you’ll want to check with local ordinances to make sure your victory garden isn’t in violation of zoning laws.
While no one can be certain how things will go as we reopen, there are 3 positive market indicators suggesting an optimistic future for homeowners.
Now that we’re getting back to a semblance of normalcy, homeowners are ready to put their houses on the market, post haste.