Kansas Hard Money Loans For Fix and Flip Investing

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Market Statistics (2015)

Kansas is the “Sunflower State.” In addition to having great natural beauty, Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states, producing high yields of wheat, corn, sorghum and soybeans. Kansas sports gorgeous rivers and an abundance of national parks and historic sites. Known for its safe neighborhoods, Kansas has grown in popularity with home values rising 4.3% over the past year. The time to invest in Kansas real estate opportunities is now, as the market is predicting home sales rising by more than 8% in the next year. According to Stan Longhofer, director of the WSU Center for Real Estate, “After a flat year…home sales activity across the state has rebounded strongly…We forecast that sales across Kansas will rise by 8.6%…to 42,110 units.”

Housing Units
Number of Flips
% Change in Flips

Purchase Price

National Average: $188,900
Kansas Metro Areas: $159,900

Gross Margin

National Average: $55,000
Kansas Metro Areas: $41,729

Number of Houses Flipped

National Average: 179,778
Kansas Metro Areas: N/A

% Change in Houses Flipped

National Average: 0.2%
Kansas Metro Areas: N/A

* DHM does not guarantee that each or any particular Kansas hard money loan deal funded will result in profit.

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