Real Estate Predictions: What’s Next For the Kansas Housing Market?

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The Kansas housing market results are in – 2018 is going to be a seller’s market again. What is contributing to another seller’s market? ​If you’re moving into the state or already live here but want to make the transition from renter to buyer, read on to find out more about how the real estate… Continue reading Real Estate Predictions: What’s Next For the Kansas Housing Market?

2016 Kansas Real Estate Market Predictions

Source: Zillow This beautiful home on the Wichita real estate market (West School Circle) overlooks a scenic view of the river

Kansas is one of the largest agricultural contributors in the country, producing primary crops such as wheat, corn, sorghum, and soybeans, among others. Located in the Grain Belt, it is known as the Sunflower State. It ranks 15th by size at 82,278 square miles. Kansas became the 34th state in 1861 and now, with a… Continue reading 2016 Kansas Real Estate Market Predictions

2015 Kansas Real Estate and Housing Market Predictions

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The 2014 Kansas report indicated that the Kansas real estate field was on an upwards trend of continued strength and growth. Did this trend continue for the state’s 2015 housing market? We will give you an overview of the field and its influencing factors below, as well as highlight the best places to live in… Continue reading 2015 Kansas Real Estate and Housing Market Predictions

2014 Kansas Housing Market

The Kansas housing market experienced significant growth and strength in the past few years. Experts from the state’s Wichita State University expect more of the same in the 2014 Kansas housing market. They predict that the market will exhibit a strong tendency towards balance. Late last year, the university’s Center for Real Estate issued its… Continue reading 2014 Kansas Housing Market

The Best Real Estate Markets 2013

When considering which real estate markets are the best, it is wise to look at home sales among other aspects as this number often reveals a thriving real estate market. Below is a list of the top 25 real estate markets in America today from the least to the greatest: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: According to… Continue reading The Best Real Estate Markets 2013

2013 Kansas Housing Market

The real estate market is slightly improving in Kansas, and experts predict it will continue on that course through 2013. In February, Kansas realty firm J.P. Weigand & Sons offered a 2013 forecast, presenting findings at a conference in Wichita, Kan. According to coverage in the Wichita Eagle (“Real estate forecast in Wichita area: Market… Continue reading 2013 Kansas Housing Market

Best Investors Real Estate Markets in 2010

Despite the troubled economy, the best buyers real estate markets for investors in 2010 possess stronger regional economies and the hottest prospects for the highest job growth in the country. Employment is the leading economic indicator for a strong housing market, and the best ten markets have what it takes. Huntsville, Alabama tops the list… Continue reading Best Investors Real Estate Markets in 2010

Recovery in Best 25 Housing Markets

As the U.S. undergoes the most severe down turn in its housing markets since at least the Great Depression, at least 25 local markets are progressing through the transition forecast to experience housing price inflation during the remainder of 2011. Driven by a U.S. military realignment program and a robust local economy El Paso, Texas… Continue reading Recovery in Best 25 Housing Markets

Higher Home Values Forecast in 85 Cities

As the recovery of the U.S. housing market gains traction, higher home values are forecast to develop by the end of 2012 in 85 cities, according to Housing Predictor analysts. The upturn in home prices is especially evident in many of the hardest hit states. The growing trend of home price inflation is developing strongly… Continue reading Higher Home Values Forecast in 85 Cities

Real Estate Recovery Likely to Produce Higher Home Prices

By Mike Colpitts The fallout from the real estate collapse is starting to see a turn around in some areas of the U.S. Home sales slid 7.4% in March in western U.S. states but fell more modestly in the rest of the country, according to the National Association of Realtors. But home prices in some… Continue reading Real Estate Recovery Likely to Produce Higher Home Prices