Kansas City Housing Forecast Predicts 6.5% Appreciation Rate in 2023

October 20, 2022 in KCRAR

Kansas City home values will rise next year but at a much slower rate than this year, according to the 2023 Kansas City Housing Forecast published by the Wichita State University Center for Real Estate. Presented in print and digital booklets, these forecasts are offered for every major metro area in the state of Kansas […]

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2022 Economic Outlook: Take the Good With the Bad

January 20, 2022 in Community

by Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist, National Association of REALTORS® Key Takeaways: Mortgage rate increases will hamper housing affordability in 2022. First-time buyers will need your expertise to get out from under annual rent increases. Current homeowners may find themselves ‘mishoused’ as a result of the pandemic and seek out new lifestyle choices. Commercial real estate […]

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Dr. Christine Cooper Shares Insights and Predictions at Commercial Forecast Event

October 26, 2018 in KCRAR

Dr. Christine Cooper, Regional Economist at CoStar Group, addressed a crowd of nearly 200 KCRAR Commercial members and other real estate professionals yesterday at the annual Commercial Forecast at the Kansas City Public Library Plaza Branch. “This is our largest event each year and a great opportunity to talk about the commercial market with other […]

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Insights from the KCRAR Forecast

October 25, 2017 in KCRAR

“Your profession is so important,” said Tim Cowden, President and CEO of the Kansas City Area Development Council and one of the speakers at this year’s Real Estate Forecast. “You’re selling homes, but you’re selling lifestyle, you’re selling community, and you’re selling my region.” The 2018 Residential Real Estate Forecast took place on Thursday, Oct. […]

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