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What KC’s Inventory Means for Buyers & Sellers
February 28, 2020 at 3:03pm | Meagan Kang
Today we’re discussing the inventory levels we’re seeing in the Kansas City market and what that means for buyers and sellers.
With the help of my special guest Drew Tommelein, today I’ll answer some common questions about the Kansas City housing market as they pertain to our inventory levels and what the trends we’ve noticed mean for buyers and sellers.
Follow along in the video above, or feel free to use the timestamps below to navigate the discussion at your leisure:
0:52—What is the overall outlook on KC inventory?
1:54—Will the market pick up as we approach the spring season?
3:18—How does the low inventory affect sellers?
4:28—How does the low inventory affect buyers?
6:49—Should we expect these trends to continue into the next fall and winter?
8:28—Wrapping up today’s discussion
If you’re planning to buy or sell this year and you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Heartland Homes KC. We’d love to help you meet your real estate goals.