Real Estate Market Improving

Dated: 11/30/2013

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What is the Kansas City Real Estate market doing? In September 2013 the average existing home sale price was $172,065. That was a 9% increase since September of 2012.  The average new construction sale price this September was $334,185 which was an 11% increase over September 2012. 

The total number of existing homes sold this September was 2,335, compare this to 1,895 from September of 2012 and you have a 23% increase. And looking at new construction we sold 190 homes this September, which is only 2% over the 187 we sold in September of 2012. 
These numbers are always so interesting to look at but even more interesting when comparing them to a more specific areas such as county, city, or even neighborhood.  Reach out to one of our associates today we would love to break these numbers down and show them how they effect the sale of your home or your real estate purchase.
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Angie Ripley

For over fourteen years Angie has been selling homes in the Kansas City area, appreciated by clients and associates alike for the tenacity, knowledge, accountability and attention to detail she brings....

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