Kansas City Too Broke To Afford Real Estate

There's still time to make horrific real estate decisions in 2021.

Even worse and very much like hottie models who will always be unattainable . . . Agents are out there waiting for greedy people to cash in on their homes without realizing they won't have enough money to buy a new pad. 

Money line . . .

"In June, properties remained on the market for an average of just 17 days — 24 less days than the year prior — and the median price for an existing home was up 23% over June 2020, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. Out of all homes on the market, 90% have generally been selling within one month."

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by: Stacker Posted: / Updated: A record rise in home prices across the country was brought about by record-low interest rates on home loans, soaring demand from buyers, and a housing shortage exacerbated by hesitancy among developers.