THE INDEXKC- PARKVILLE PLATTE CITY RIVERSIDE MARKET UPDATE
Weekly KC Metro Market Update
Buyers, opportunity is making a comeback! Whiule list and sell values close closer together, the average days on market have improved slightly. Many of you are taking advntage of slitghtly improved inventory levels while mortgage rates remain slightly higher.
Sellers, as long as inventory levels remain low (just look the new homes listed numbers below), it’s remains a great time to bring your home to market. The fine art of negotiation is making a comeback as we move towards a more balanced market, though still primarly driven by low inventory levels. There is still competition, just a little less of it.
Art takes many forms to different people. For some, it’s a painting hanging in a gallery. To others, it’s a chorus of voices erupting in unison, or maybe even a perfectly sourced and plated meal, from first course to flourishing finale. In Kansas City, it’s all of the above—and everything in between. And while modern artists make waves each day, the city’s deep-seated cultural roots continue to add color to KC’s canvas, brush stroke after figurative brush stroke, creating a potent arts scene worth exploring many times over.
From renowned painter Thomas Hart Benton and Walt Disney’s first animation studio to the Hallmark’s headquarters and the Kansas City Art Institute, visual arts have been the backbone of KC culture since its infancy. That said, no Kansas City art conversation can start without first mentioning The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. A renowned institution that’s been a staple in the community since the Great Depression, The Nelson’s collection contains artwork encompassing more than 5,000 years of history from all across the world. Plus, it’s totally free. (www.visitkc.com)
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