Any good market overview by zip code on Kansas City

5 Replies | Kansas City, Missouri

I'm visiting Kansas City for a few days and would like to get a feel of the market. I drove around yesterday and am planning to see some open houses (which are short on supply). I'm wondering if anyone has a good overview of the market. 

Originally posted by @Zhuang Liang :

I'm visiting Kansas City for a few days and would like to get a feel of the market. I drove around yesterday and am planning to see some open houses (which are short on supply). I'm wondering if anyone has a good overview of the market. 

 I have been watching the market for a long time! Kcmo looks like a great place to invest! Multiple reasons!

What type of areas are you looking to invest in? Single family only? Some of KC is driven by neighborhoods and it is different block by block. From a suburb perspective I would classify most anything in Johnson County as class A. Lee's Summit and Liberty is also class A. North of the River is likely class A or B+. Raytown, Independence, Historic Northeast are class C. Midtown, Plaza is class B+ or A but is block by block. Grandview is a solid class C. Hope that helps!

@Zhuang Liang it depends on what kind of data you are looking for., however, there is not going to be any single source that will give you a neatly bundled market analysis at the zip code level. What kind of information are you looking for? You're doing one of the best things you can do by driving the neighborhoods.