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Checking The Pulse Of The Kansas City Real Estate Market

The most recently released Kansas Association of Realtors real estate market stats (covering June) show a continued strengthening of the Kansas housing market. Both home sales volume and home sales price continued to rise in June. Home sales increased 5.5% compared during the month, which follows up a 14.2% jump in home sales the prior month.


The stats released a month ago showed the state of Kansas had moved into a sellers market for the first time since the market downturn years ago (with 4.0 months of inventory on the market). This update shows a continued solid seller’s market in Kansas with 4.3 months of inventory currently for sale. Home sales price rose 4.9% compared to June of last year and that follows up a 9.5% increase at last month’s update.

The Johnson County Kansas seller’s real estate market also continues with 975 homes sold (closed) the past month. Factored against the current volume of homes for sale in Johnson County Kansas, there’s 2.4 months of inventory on the market. At last month’s check Johnson County KS had 2.6 months of inventory, thus indicating a further strengthening of the seller’s market present in Johnson County Kansas.

Posted by Jason Brown

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