Market Statistics

Use Kansas-specific data to set realistic expectations with your clients and establish credibility as the market expert.

Click below for a summary for each month’s data. Reports include data and year-to-year comparison on many important market statistics:

  • Closed sales
  • Active listings
  • Average days on market
  • Average sales price

For national perspective on the housing market, click here for NAR’s new “Housing Minute” video update.

Kansas Housing Market Stats – August 2022

“While bidding wars are not as common as they were in the spring, the market is still very competitive,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “Fifty-seven percent of the sales in August were for prices that were at or above the asking price.” August 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – July 2022

“Although inventories have begun to rise in several markets across the state, they are still near historic lows and less than half of where they were at this time in 2018,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. July 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 16.5% in July 2022 compared ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – June 2022

“Year-to-date, sales across the state are down 5.6 percent compared to the first half of 2021,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “The lack of inventory appears to be the primary factor holding back sales this year.” June 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 11.5% in June 2022 compared ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – May 2022

“Kansas housing markets remain red hot, in contrast to stories you hear in the national press,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “The majority of all homes that closed in May sold for more than the asking price.” May 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 6.9% in May 2022 ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – April 2022

Kansas Housing Market Stats – April 2022

“Sales have fallen this year because of a lack of inventory,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “Demand remains incredibly strong across the state.” April 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 6.5% in April 2022 compared to the same period last year. National sales fell with sales falling 5.9% ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – March 2022

“While last month’s home sales cooled slightly compared to last year, monthly sales volume continues to rise above last year’s historic gains” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. March 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 2.7% in March 2022 compared to the same period last year. National sales fell ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – February 2022

“The typical home in Kansas sold in just 9 days, down from 37 days just two years ago.” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “Buyers continue to be aggressive as we enter the spring season.” February 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 7.8 percent in February 2022 compared to ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – January 2022

“Active listings at the end of January were down 22 percent compared to this time last year,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “It continues to be a sellers’ market as we start off 2022.” January 2022 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 4.3 percent in January 2022 compared to ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – December 2021

“2021 was an incredible year for housing markets across the state,” said KAR president Andrew Mall with Link Realty in Prairie Village. “We expect it to remain a sellers’ market throughout the upcoming Spring selling season.” December 2021 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas fell by 2.1 percent in December 2021 compared to the same period last ...

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Kansas Housing Market Stats – November 2021

“Desirable homes continue to sell very, very quickly,” said KAR president, Natalie Moyer with ReeceNichols in Wichita. “The typical home sold in just 10 days in November.” November 2021 Market Highlights Home sales in Kansas rose by 4.7 percent in November 2021 compared to the same period last year. National sales fell with sales falling 2.0% over ...

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