Kansas City Home Prices Rise 5% in 2018

Before diving into the busy Spring Kansas City real estate market, we like to look back and see how the previous year ended. Not surprisingly, prices rose across the Kansas City metro area. Buyers were plentiful, but the supply of homes was low. This led to a seller’s market, where homes sold quickly and for high selling prices. The demand was fueled by low interest rates, a strong economy, and low unemployment.

So what’s next for 2019? The experts all have their predictions, but we sense that 2019 will be similar in Brookside, Prairie Village, and all the classic, centrally-located enclaves of KC. The demand for walkability, character, and charm is high, and these classic areas have it in droves.

Contact us if you are considering a move this year; we’d love to help!

Author: Sarah Snodgrass

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