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Thursday, March 11, 2010

The total economic impact of a typical home sale in Kansas

The median priced home in Kansas is $148,200. The total income derived from a sale of a home in Kansas is $46,155.

More homes sales in Kansas would definitely help the state of Kansas, wouldn't it?

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

When a home is sold in Kansas these Kansas industries benefit

When a home is sold in Kansas the economic contributions are derived from home construction, real estate brokerage, mortgage lending, title insurance, rental and leasing, home appraisal, inspection services, moving truck services, home repair and more related services.

When a home is sold in Kansas the income from the real estate related industries is $13,338.

Additional expenditure on consumer items such as on furniture, appliances, paint services and more is $5,331 per home sold in Kansas.

This information is based from research from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and NAR.


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Monday, March 8, 2010

12% of the Kansas Gross State Product comes from real estate

According to a Bureau of Economic Analysis report from the National Association of REALTORS, the real estate industry accounted for 12% of the Gross State Product in Kansas.

Sounds like a big percentage since Kansas is a farm state and relies on crops like wheat.

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