Kansas City real estate investing is alive and well. And counter to the rest of the real estate market things are beginning to really heat up for the active real estate investor. In fact, I actually have more ready, willing and able buyers than I do properties I feel great about recommending.
But I believe that is changing. The properties side of the equation, anyway. You see as the high inventories begin to creep into the holiday season many sellers are beginning to get a little more flexible as far as their expectations are concerned. I’m seeing in the desperation of their agents.
“Owner may finance.”
These are all signs that the real estate agent and seller are feeling the pressure. (By the way, isn’t it odd that the National Association of REALTORS is running it’s a great time to sell commercials here in the Kansas City market? Really?) And when people feel pressure from within they tend to bend where they wouldn’t bend before.