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HIGHLIGHTS: Four bedrooms, all with en-suite baths, over 5200 finished square feet, an all brick exterior, gorgeous kitchen with Wolf, Subzero, Asko, and Sharp stainless steel appliances, vaulted screened porch with slate flooring, library with fireplace, fitness room, two separate upper loft rec rooms PLUS two lower level rec rooms with 10' ceilings and large wet bar, cathedral great room with fireplace, formal dining room plus breakfast room, finished daylight basement prepped for 5th bedroom, 3-car garage with electric car outlet, and MUCH MORE!
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CLICK HERE to view the March 2020 Kansas City Area Market Reports
As COVID-19’s impact spread across the country in March, the stock market declines started in February accelerated downward before recovering a bit in the last week of the month. With volatility across all the financial markets, lenders began tightening underwriting standards and some buyers found they no longer were approved for a loan. Massive layoffs also shook the economy with 6.6 million initial jobless claims filed in a single week—double the number last week and ten times higher than any other week on record prior to this month.
Closed Sales increased 3.2 percent for existing homes and 31.3 percent for new homes. Pending Sales decreased 0.8 percent for existing homes and 6.9 percent for new homes. Inventory decreased 22.7 percent for existing homes and 19.0 percent for new homes.
The Median Sales Price was up 6.9 percent to $208,500 for existing homes and 0.9 percent to $368,925 for new homes. Days on Market decreased 17.3 percent for existing homes but increased 15.7 percent for new homes. Supply decreased 22.2 percent for existing homes and 19.4 percent for new homes.
While the effect of COVID-19 is varied throughout the country, we are likely to see impacts to housing activity now and into the coming months. Its continued spread is leading many companies and consumers to change their daily activities. Showing Time is closely monitoring the situation and releasing daily updates on changes in showing activity.
Springtime has finally arrived! If you’re ready to dig in the dirt or get some paint rollers out, we have a list of things you can do today to spruce up your home. After all, if you ever do consider putting your house on the market, outside appearances matter, and what better time for home improvement than now, while we're sheltering in place!
Winter can take a toll on your home, so take some time to inventory the outside when the sun finally starts to shine. Check siding, paint, lawn, fences, and any outdoor furniture you have. If your front door, fence, or siding has started to chip or fade, consider a coat of paint. If your porch furniture is looking weathered, replace the cushions and wash off the rust. Paying attention to the little details can make a big difference overall.
Add a doormat, a flower pot, or a wreath to your front entryway to make it feel warm and inviting. These little details can be completely customized so that friends (or buyers) can get a taste of your personality before they even step inside your home. If you want to hop on top of this spring’s hottest trend, try layering your doormats. Take a large, patterned doormat and place it on the bottom. Then take a smaller coordinating doormat and place it on top. Often, the larger, patterned doormats will be made of a thinner, smoother material than the smaller, traditional doormats.
A well-maintained yard can turn your home into a show stopper. Even if your green thumb is a little brown, make sure your lawn is mowed and edged, and there are a few basic trees or bushes in the yard. Pull any weeds, make sure to fertilize your lawn, and remove any shrubs that died during the winter. Whether you maintain the property yourself or hire outside help, a little time and effort go a long way in the yard.
If you have a green thumb, try planting a flower bed or garden. Planting season starts around mid-April or early May, so check with a local greenhouse to find out what you need to do to get your yard prepped for planting this summer.
If you have an older home, making one or two outside moves toward modernization may bring more buyers to your yard. Maybe replacing a dated garage door or re-paving the driveway are tasks you can tackle this spring. Other updates could include replacing an old deck with Trex, putting in a new fence, adding a little landscaping to a bare yard, or even replacing an old mailbox.
Consider elements of your home you’d like to improve and tackle them one at a time. You don’t need to revamp your entire house at once, but taking it one project at a time can easily amp-up appeal.
If you need a referral to a local service provider, shoot us an email or text or give us a call, and we’re happy to help!
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