Have you ever hear the term, “It’s all in the timing?” Timing plays a big role in those who succeed and those who wait.
Let me introduce you to the three main types of people in this world:
- Those who “Do”. These are the first to act, they take calculated risks when presented with all the facts, but also reap the majority of the rewards. They seem like magical fortune tellers. If you ask them how they do it their answers are simple, “All the indicators pointed in a particular direction and history indicated that the next ‘big’ thing was about to happen.”
- Those who “Watch and Wonder”. These individuals are on the sidelines watching those who “Do”. They often have the same information presented to them, but due to either fear or lack of understanding they fail to take action. So they stand on the sideline wondering what happened and how those who “Do” knew it would be a slam dunk.
- Those who have no clue. These individuals are completely out of the loop and are not even aware that there was an opportunity. They are content in their current situation and have no desire to change their status. They are often heard saying things like “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees” or “Slow and Steady” or “Get a good job and work hard”
If you are in category number 2, I am about to share with you some very important information in regards to real estate and the housing market in Kansas City, Lawrence and the state of Kansas as a whole.
The market is shifting – Big time. If you have been considering a job in real estate in Kansas city, or investing in real estate in Kansas city then please pay attention because here is your opportunity to be a part of category number 1.
The center for real estate at the W. Frank Barton School of Business at Wichita State University just released it’s 2013 Kansas Housing Market Forecast and the results should excite you.
For the Kansas City Market:
Home sales are expected to rise over 5.4% over last years total volume of 26,960 to almost 29,000 units sold. Prices will continue to see a nominal increase of 1.5% appreciation and lending rates are expected to remain stable for the next 12 months.
For the Lawrence Market:
Existing home sales are expected to rise over 15.8% to 1,390 units which is near 2007 levels and prices are expected to climb 2.1%. One of the biggest indicators are that NEW homes permits are expected to rise 3.1%.
So, now what are you going to do?
You have the information, now what are you going to do with it? Call me now to find out how a job in real estate my be the best thing for you and your family. Don’t be caught sitting on the sideline – you are now in the know, take action.
-Mat Lewczenko – 913.322.8379 – MatL@kw.com – www.KWcareersKC.com