Thursday, October 29, 2020

Kansas City Real Estate Shows Resilience?!?

Home sales have been SLOW in 2020 and the Summer selling season was a bust. However, we will grant the agents one interesting stat . . . Locals aren't dropping their prices. For now.

And so, a thin shred of hope is enough to spark renewed speculation as cash is quickly turning into paper and some investors hope that property will save them. Hint: It won't.

Read more:

Kansas City Commercial Real Estate Summit: A market that's as 'business-as-usual' as any in the country - REJournals

A tough year. That's what everyone participating in the Kansas City Commercial Real Estate Summit agreed 2020 has been. But that's not to say that the mood during the virtual event held Oct. 20 by REjournals.com and Midwest Real Estate News was a gloomy one.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No one can make any money in KC this is hysterical. Look what KC ridiculous policies have done to landlords only so KC crooks can come in and do the so called affordable housing that's way higher than renting from an individual.