Getting cabin fever & ready to tidy up? Whether you’re preparing to list your home or just need to freshen up, here are small things I often see forgotten when selling homes that make a big difference:• Dust & clean off ceiling fans.• Vacuum underneath furniture.• Clean fronts & inside all kitchen appliances.• Organize and … Continue reading Small Things That Make a Big Difference When Selling
COVID-19 continues to be a very serious concern, but it did not have a profound effect on the Kansas City Real Estate Market. In all actuality, it only caused inventory to drop to an all-time low and created even more pent up buyer demand. The result . . . a delayed and CrAzIeR spring market … Continue reading Wrapping Up Q2 and Headed into Q3! KC Real Estate Edition
The last few weeks have been difficult, wonderful and downright weird. COVID-19 has totally uprooted the traditional spring market we're used to seeing this time of the year, spiking just when we normally see housing activity also skyrocket. It hasn't however, dampened housing demand or values, much like the strong spirits of our community. In … Continue reading KC Real Estate Update During COVID-19
Getting a head start on taking care of home maintenance that's waited all winter will help you to avoid dealing with an emergency this spring.
There are a few clear financial advantages to buying a home, especially for buyers in their 20s and 30s.
Take a quick peek at what happened in the housing market in Kansas City's Country Club Plaza Corridor area in October 2017. Here's a quick snapshot:
Right now, the housing marketing in Kansas City is very competitive. To avoid missing out on the perfect home, try these steps:
If you’re in the market to buy a house right now, who you choose as your realtor really does matter more than ever.
A big ice storm is headed into Kansas City. S, how can you stay safe and prepare your home and your family?
Don't let the colder weather discourage you. Here are five reasons why listing in the winter months can actually work to your advantage.