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Market Conditions in Overland Park : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 5, 2015
Kaelynn Parsons answered:
I can definitely send that to you FROM heartland MLS. Shoot me an email, text or call! (913) 991-1221 kaelynn@reecenichols.com
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Tue Jan 27, 2015
Cinnamonmail asked:
Should a high density of foreclosures in a neighborhood put downward pressure on price for a non-foreclosure purchase? Is purchasing in a high density vacant neighborhood a bad idea even…
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Wed Jul 23, 2014
Dustyn Harbison answered:
This home is in the Shawnee Mission School District. Previous MLS information shows that the elementary school is Overland Park, the middle school is Westridge and the senior high is SM West. This should be verified through the school district - this link may help - http://www.smsd.org/about/pages/boundaries.aspx. Good luck. ... more
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Wed Nov 17, 2010
Laurie V. Arnold, "LVA" answered:
Tom,

First of all, clarification...did you ask this question a few months ago?

Overland Park and Leawood continue to be some our strongest markets. And as the economy improves, these markets will rebound the fastest because of their desirability.

With that being said, When are you moving? Can I apply for the job of being your Buyer's agent? I mean, you do want a STRONG and EXPERIENCED (20 years and over 800 homes sold) agent, right? Let's go for it! Talk to you soon. Laurie
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Mon Oct 25, 2010
David Van Noy, Jr. answered:
That is a great question. Part of it is forecasting, which is hard to do. And, the other part is looking at the history of growth in Kansas City Metro, which of course, you have full access to. In your quest for the "best investment", do you also think about live-ability, affordability, and lifestyle? If you answer those questions then you must ask yourself if you will be living in your home for a "long-term", and if you will even get the opportunity to reap that gain. Maybe you should be looking for a short-term growth opportunity. Is there such a thing in real estate?

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Thu Jan 7, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
Some selected markets will improve a bit. Most markets will go down. The increase in prices seems to just about reflect the same $8k people got free. What a coincidence.

A lot of people will either 1 stop looking or 2 not be able to get a down payment once the $8k goes away.

The option arms will be causing a lot more foreclosures over the next few years, starting right about now.
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Sat Mar 28, 2009
David Van Noy, Jr. answered:
sounds like you may have a home that is sitting on the market. Lisa, do you know what your agents average days on market is? The average for the entire area is much more than this area, but you should not still be for sale. Are you? ... more
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Mon Jan 28, 2008
Sharon Sigman answered:
Rent prices in Overland Park vary. North O P is less expensive usually.
Craig's List, Sun newspaper, Kansas City Star, & KansasCity.com are good places to look.
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