Skip to main content Weekly Report: New Listings Up 0.6% YoY, Active Inventory Down 0.2% YoY’s latest weekly report reveals an interesting trend in the existing home market, with new listings showing a 0.6% increase year-over-year (YoY), while active inventory experienced a slight decline of 0.2% YoY.

Key Insights from’s Weekly Housing Trends Report

The report offers valuable insights into the current state of the existing home market, including:

  • A modest increase in new listings, indicating a slight improvement in housing supply.
  • A minimal decrease in active inventory, suggesting that demand continues to outpace supply.
  • Overall, a mixed picture of the housing market, with some positive signs of growth and stability, but also challenges related to inventory levels and affordability.

Impact on the Kansas City Real Estate Market

As a real estate agent specializing in the Kansas City market and its surrounding areas, such as Mission Hills, Leawood, and Overland Park, I am closely monitoring these trends to provide my clients with the most up-to-date information and guidance on the local market.

The report’s findings suggest that while the Kansas City market may be experiencing some improvements in housing supply, the ongoing challenge of inventory levels and affordability remains a concern for homebuyers and sellers. It is essential for both buyers and sellers to work closely with an experienced real estate agent to navigate these challenges and achieve their real estate goals.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in Kansas City or its surrounding areas, please feel free to contact me for assistance with your real estate needs or if you have any questions about the local market and the implications of the latest weekly report.

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