Daniel and Laura Bennison with Reece & Nichols Prairie Village talk about some of the latest trends and customs in the Kansas City Metro real estate market. We provide tips for For Sale by Owners and other homeowners looking to sell their house. Our goal is to add as much value as possible to our clients. Our blog is one of the outlets for potential clients to get to know us or past clients to keep a pulse ot the Kansas City real estate market.
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HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE - RECENT POLICY CHANGES AFFECTING HOME BUYERS As a licensed Realtors in Kansas and Missouri, Daniel Bennison and I learn something different about the changing KC real estate market every day. Last month a client of ours bought a house in Kansas City, Missouri and when she...
Obama Signs Extended Tax Credit into Law Real Estate News | November 6, 2009 | The Basics: Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit 2009/2010 Bringing the Dream of Homeownership Within Reach As part of its plan to stimulate the U.S. housing market and address the economic challenges facing...
Real estate agents are ALWAYS going to tell me they are better than selling "By Owner" • ••TRUE There is a reason. Only 5% of for sale by owners will actually sell their home without an agent representing them or the buyer. The facts are: •· 90% of Buyers are working with a Realtor. •· ...
1607 S McCoy, October 29, 2009 $55,000 WILL NOT LAST LONG! 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Recently Updated, Newer Roof, Wood Floors, PRICED TO SELL! Call today for a showing. My contact information is below. Daniel Bennison, Laura Byram Bennison Byram Team Realtors Neighborhood Experts in Prairie Village ...
1217 W 75th Street, Kansas City, MO 64114 Come see this historic Waldo Remodel! Stunning. Seller willing to pay Buyer's Closing Costs up to $2,500.00!! 2 Bed, 1 Bath | 1,294 Sq Ft on 0.37 Acres (16,117 Sq Ft Lot) MLS #1628834 Listing Real Estate Agent: Daniel Bennison of Bennison Byram Team La...
Kansas City Real Estate Market People often ask me how the real estate market is doing and I never quite know how to answer that question because it depends on your perspective and the top 3 rules of real estate: location, location, location. Locally, the Kansas City metro housing market ...