There are 5 percent fewer homes on the market nationwide than a year ago. In Kansas City, the figure is nearly 14 percent. While March, April and May in a normal housing market is often the busiest time in residential real estate, Realtors say that market activity the last two years has made it always feel like spring. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
There are 5 percent fewer homes on the market nationwide than a year ago. In Kansas City, the figure is nearly 14 percent. While March, April and May in a normal housing market is often the busiest time in residential real estate, Realtors say that market activity the last two years has made it always feel like spring. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

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