Kansas Housing Market Stats – September 2021

“Homes are still selling very quickly,” said KAR president, Natalie Moyer with Reese Nichols in Wichita. “The typical home in September sold in just 7 days, compared with 25 days back in 2019.”

September 2021 Market Highlights

  • Home sales in Kansas fell by 1.6 percent in September 2021 compared to the same period last year. National sales fell with sales falling 2.3% over 2020.
  • Home prices continue to increase across the state. The statewide average sale price in September was $262,828 a 5.2% increase compared to last year. Midwest prices rose 9.1% and US prices rose 13.3%.
  • Mortgage rates have increased. The national average commitment rate on 30-year conventional mortgage for the week ending October 15, 2021 was 3.09%. View Freddie Mac’s report.

To view August stats, click here.

For national perspective, click here to watch NAR’s new “Housing Minute” video update.

KAR – The Voice of Real Estate in Kansas

For 100 years, the Kansas Association of REALTORS® has been the “Voice for Real Estate” in Kansas. Working for Kansas property owners, the Association provides a facility for professional education, research and information exchange among its 10,000 member licensees, as well as to consumers, government and the media. REALTORS® agree to abide by a strict code of ethics, and are held to a high ethical standard by their peers through their association membership. The term REALTOR® is a federally-registered trademark owned by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, and denotes membership in the non-profit Association.

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