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Jay's Eight Strategies to Secure a Lower Mortgage Rate

Mortgage rates have been on a roller coaster ride this year, rising and falling amid inflationary pressures and economic uncertainty. And even the experts are divided when it comes to predicting where rates are headed next.1

Jay's Tips for a Smooth Home Move

As many of you know, Val and I have moved more times than any family should. Reid is only 15 and has already moved seven times. We feel your pain.

Higher Rates and Short Supply: The State of Real Estate in 2022

The last two years caught many of us off guard—and not just because of the pandemic. They also ushered in the hottest housing market on record, with home prices rising nationally by nearly 19% in 2021, driven primarily by low mortgage rates and a major supply shortage.1

5 Ways to Write a Winning Offer in Today’s Real Estate Market

Kansas City is in the midst of a serious housing crunch. Last year, a lack of inventory and soaring prices left many would-be homebuyers feeling pinched. But now, with interest rates climbing, many of them are also feeling desperate to lock in a mortgage—which has only added fuel to the fire.1

New Mark Homes Timberland Reverse Floor Plan

 

For those considering moving to Kansas City and new home construction might be for you,
here is a tour of the New Mark Homes floorplan Timberland Reverse.
This one is located in the Cadence Subdivision.

Jay's Seller Checklist: A Timeline to Prep Your Home for Sale

Kansas City is still DEEP in a seller’s market, but that doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell.1 If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your home before putting it on the market.

Jay's Seller Checklist: A Timeline to Prep Your Home for Sale

Kansas City is still DEEP in a seller’s market, but that doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell.1 If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your home before putting it on the market.

2022 Real Estate Market: Is Normal around the corner?

2021 in Kansas City and nationally was one for the real estate history books. The pandemic helped usher in a buying frenzy that caused home prices to soar nationwide by a record 19.9% between August 2020 and August 2021.1

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