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What $300K can buy you in Kansas City’s real estate market

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Photo of home: 5037 Booker St., Shawnee, KS 66203

5037 Booker St., Shawnee, KS | Photo by Opendoor

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Did you know 73% of Americans agree that now is a good time to buy a house?

Here are some more fast facts on today’s real estate market from Opendoor, the leading digital platform that gives people a simple way to buy + sell homes completely online:

  • 20% of Millennials would rather invest in cryptocurrency than in a home
  • 57% of Baby Boomers believe staying in budget for a fixer-upper holds more potential than overbidding for a home that’s already renovated
  • 71% (across all generations) believe the housing market will improve for sellers

Another number to know:

  • $374,900: The median home price in the US as of the second quarter of 2021

Now that we’ve gone over the numbers, what’s available locally?

We dug into Opendoor’s Kansas City listings to round up 3 different homes that $300K can buy you in KC.

1. 5037 Booker St., Shawnee, KS

Photo of home: 5037 Booker St., Shawnee, KS 66203

Photo by Opendoor

2B, 2BA | $223,000 | Newly updated home on a spacious lot featuring 2 bedrooms and 2 baths and a backyard patio (a perfect starter home).

2. 803 NW Hearnes Ave., Blue Springs, MO

Photo of home: 803 NW Hearnes Ave, Blue Springs, MO 64015

Photo by Opendoor

3B, 3BA | $244,000 | Open-concept 1,250-square foot home features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, a large backyard with a deck and fire pit, new interior appliances, and charming shiplap interior detail.

3. 6801 E 144th Pl., Grandview, MO

Photo of home: 6801 E 144th Pl, Grandview, MO 64030

Photo by Opendoor

4B, 3BA | $250,000 | This Grandview two-story home features an in-ground pool, large back deck, updated kitchen and bathrooms with granite countertops, and a spacious loft area for work and play.

Inspired to move? Homeowners can calculate their home’s value using Opendoor’s calculator and get a free estimate on the website (in under 5 minutes).


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