5 Things To Do If Your Raymore House Appraises Low

Home prices continue to rise, not fall as some would expect in the middle of a recession.  The reason for the rising home prices, is the severe housing inventory shortage that we are seeing in the Kansas City housing market as a whole.  In June, the Kansas City area housing inventory was down 45.5% from … Continued

How Much Updating is Needed To Sell A House in Lee’s Summit?

Yes, its true that we are still in a sellers market in the Kansas City area.  However, you will get more money for your home with a few simple updates.  A simple update might be adding new garage doors, refreshing your back deck, or even doing a minor kitchen remodel in your Lee’s Summit home.  … Continued

5 Ways Buying A House Will Be Different In Raymore This Summer

With housing inventory down in Cass County, MO just over 40% compared to May of last year, house hunting in many Raymore neighborhoods has been challenging for perspective home buyers. If your looking for homes for sale in Foxhaven, Raymore, or if you’re hoping to find houses for sale in Stonegate of The Good Ranch, … Continued

5 Ways Selling A House Will Be Different In Raymore This Summer

Local Raymore residence keep asking me how the real estate market is doing.  As your local real estate professional, I wanted to take a minute to answer this popular question for you.  First off, our local real estate market is experiencing an inventory shortage of Raymore homes for sale.  This is nothing new compared to … Continued

How The Coronavirus Is Impacting The Real Estate Market in Raymore

Whether you’re planning to sell a home in Eagle Glen subdivision, or buy a home in the Creekmoor Community, or any of the other great, family friendly neighborhoods that Raymore has to offer, please know that we have seen little COVID-19 impact on the local Real Estate market, and that current home inventory remains at … Continued