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THE INDEXKC- KANSAS CITY METRO MARKET UPDATE

THE INDEXKC- KANSAS CITY METRO MARKET UPDATE

Hello, Kansas City! It’s that time of the week when Team Real Estate brings you the latest insights into our ever-evolving real estate market. Let’s dive right into this week’s figures and see what’s been happening in the world of Kansas City real estate.

Fewer New Listings

First off, we’ve noticed a slight 3% dip in the number of homes being listed this week, with 407 homes entering the market. It’s a subtle shift that might be reflective of seasonal factors or seller strategies.

Pricing Adjustments

Now, when it comes to pricing, the average list value has decreased by 3% from last week, now standing at $332,277. Sellers appear to be fine-tuning their pricing strategies.

The average sold price has also seen a 4% decrease, settling at $340,892. While this might indicate a short-term trend, it’s essential to remember that real estate markets naturally ebb and flow.

Price Reductions Decline

Interestingly, the number of listings with price reductions has decreased by a substantial 21% from last week, signaling that sellers may not feel the need to make as many adjustments in the current market.

Steady Transactions

Transactions continue to move along smoothly, with the number of homes going back on the market down by 25%. This is a positive sign, indicating that deals are progressing with fewer hiccups.

Pending Homes Show Promise

On a promising note, the number of pending homes has increased by 7% to 535. This suggests continued buyer interest and potential for future sales.

Quick Sales

Last but not least, the average number of days on the market has decreased by an impressive 12% to 37 days. Homes are selling more swiftly, which is a positive sign for both buyers and sellers.

In summary, the Kansas City real estate market remains dynamic, with subtle shifts in listings and pricing. While prices have adjusted slightly, the market continues to show strength.

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