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August 2019 Mortgage Update

This is a special mortgage update featuring two of our best mortgage partners. This month we asked them each to share something they think everyone should know about rates/mortgages and below is the advice they have provided. Be sure to read both articles and don't...

August 2019 Market Update

As was widely expected, the Federal Reserve did not change the target range for the federal funds rate during their June meeting. Although the economy is still performing well due to factors such as low unemployment and solid retail sales, uncertainty remains regarding trade tensions,...

2019 Mid-Year Review

Since the year is officially half over, we thought we would give you a quick overview of the current status of Long Real Estate from January 1-June 30. Although the cold first quarter put a damper on early spring sales, we are still on our...

2019 Fireworks Displays in Kansas City

From the Northland to the southern borders of the metro, there are many awesome places to celebrate Independence day this week. Here is a short list of displays, for a more complete list, click here.     Fourth of July Celebration @ Worlds of Fun – 4545 Worlds of Fun Ave...

July 2019 Market Update

At this point in the year, we are getting a good sense for how the housing market is likely to perform for the foreseeable future. And although it is not a particularly exciting forecast, it is a desirable one. Markets across the country are regulating...

High Humidity in Your Home

Summer is almost here! And what does that mean in Kansas City? High temperatures and high humidity. That high humidity can do damage to your home, especially if you have an unfinished basement, but there are steps you can take to help keep the humidity...

June 2019 Market Update

For much of the country, the first quarter of 2019 provided several disruptive weather patterns that contributed to less foot traffic toward potential home sales. Coupled with low affordability, higher prices and an inventory situation in its infancy of recovering from record lows – not...