Grey Oaks Subdivision – House for sale!

June 13th, 2014


Home faces West

Home faces West

Enter this beautiful home and you are greeted with high ceilings, sunlit open floor plan and nice hardwood floors.

Light and bright open floor plan

Light and bright open floor plan

Don’t miss the surround sound on the main and upper level to keep the mood just right as you cook, clean, entertain, and relax!

view from the kitchen in to the living room

Beautiful kitchen

Beautiful kitchen

Don’t miss the finished lower level!!!

Lower level

Lower level

Lower level

Lower level

Home faces WEST so you will never have the sun in your eyes for your evening bbq’s!

back deck and patio

The yard is fenced and the in ground sprinkler system will help you maintain the lush lawn and landscape!

16262 W. 156th Terrace, Olathe, KS 66062 – Arlington Park

May 23rd, 2014

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Private video tour of 490 Navajo West Street, Lake Quivira, KS 66217

May 22nd, 2014

Take a private tour of 490 Navajo West Street, Lake Quivira, KS


Lake Quivira

May 21st, 2014

Privacy in a lake community- Imagine driving home from a long day at work and choosing between sitting on your dock, taking a ride in your boat, sharing a cocktail with a neighbor or sitting on your 2.58 acre treed lot and relaxing with your feet up and ice tea in your hand AND the only sounds you hear are those of nature.  This home is tucked away on a cul-de-sac on Navajo and provides privacy with lake access at your fingertips.  This is a unique open floor plan that has been updated.  Call me today for a private showing.

A classic. This house is Waldo at its finest!

May 14th, 2014

7600 Summit Street

7600 Summit Street, KC, Mo 64114   /  2 bedroom with a bonus room upstairs that can function as a 3rd bedroom or an office space.

kitchen  A large kitchen is a commodity and this house has it!  Plenty of cabinet space, a GAS RANGE, nook for working on the computer or make it a breakfast room Living room features hardwood floors and plenty of sunlight and opens to the dining room.   The staircase has built ins leading up to the 2nd floor.

Check out for more information or call 913-205-0220 to set up an appointment!

New to the market!

May 12th, 2014


12 NW 102nd Street, Kansas City, MO 64155

3 bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, open floor plan with large kitchen and eat-in dining space with door to back deck overlooking a privacy fenced backyard!  Lower level is finished and has room for movie watching and poker playing!  Flat driveway is perfect to play hoops and the landscaping is beautiful!  See this one today before it is gone!

DSC_6165Spacious kitchen with plenty of cabinet space and new appliances!

DSC_6195Lower level is perfect for hanging out and watching movies or playing cards with friends!

Call Keri today to make an appointment – 913-205-0220



Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market

April 17th, 2014


What does a Buyer’s Market and Seller’s Market Mean?  How is it defined and how does it effect a buyer and a seller? 

I’m sure you are familiar with the law of Supply and Demand…and in Real Estate much of the law holds true. 

supply and demand


The real estate market depends on quite a few things and in a Buyer’s Market a few common things happen:

1. The demand is lower

2.Inventory is higher

3. Listings sit longer

4. Fewer Offers

5. Lower Offers


There is also A STABLE MARKET, where the month’s supply is between 4 & 5 months.  Currently the mulitple listing service has reported the 1st Quarter stats for Johnson County and it was definitely a Seller’s Market with only a 2.8 months supply of homes. 

The type of market can vary from city to city and even neighborhood to neighborhood, so always go over statistics with a knowledgeable agent before going with the ‘AVERAGE’ reported for an entire county or specific city.

Understanding market conditions is key to determining if NOW is the right time to move and how to price a home to Sell.


Heat Detector vs. Smoke Detector

April 16th, 2014


This IS a heat detector, rightfully named b/c it detects heat.  But why do I need this if I have  a smoke detector?

smokeDetector This IS a smoke detector and a common item that should be in every house.

greasy rags and trash And this is what caused the fire and could have been detected by a heat detector much sooner than a smoke detector!

——–Now Read This:

The family was sound asleep when they heard pops/cracks coming from the garage at 12:30 a.m. and thought someone was breaking in, but after opening the door to the garage they were met with a very large and intense fire.  They are lucky to be alive and will certainly pass their story along in hopes of educating and saving another home and family from a near tragic event.

Spontaneous combustion is very real and after witnessing 20 foot flames coming out of his garage at 1 a.m., I have learned the lesson and now it is my duty to pass it on!

Follow up to Heat Detectors- The smoke alarms did not go off in the house, even with a very large fire right outside the fire safety door.  So….the moral here is every garage should have a heat detector!  This alarm would have gone off and perhaps allowed them to call 911 sooner and salvage more of their home.


number’s game

April 9th, 2014

It is a number’s game!  Well, in the world of Real Estate number’s are everywhere for seller’s to evaluate what various ‘experts’ say their house is worth.  There are also tons of places for buyer’s to try and figure out what a house is really worth and what they should offer.

#TRULIA & #ZILLOW are two common sites people visit to see numbers!  Values. Prices. Taxes. Estimated Monthly $$$.

My_Home_Value_2 So what is the best way to go about finding out how much your home is worth or how much you should pay for a home?  ASK A #REALTOR!  Looking at and evaluating recent homes that have sold or perhaps one’s under contract is a great place to start.  This method takes in to account if a house has seen price reductions, it looks at days on market, it give you an opportunity to compare apples to apples.  It also gives you a chance to actually talk with an knowledgeable expert!

So, check out the home sites you love AND save the number’s games for your Realtor.

common sense


Real Estate market is hot HOT HOT!

March 31st, 2014

chili peppersThis picture conjures up a certain temperature….HOT! The Real Estate Market in Kansas City is definitely seeing an increase as we are FULL SWING IN TO SPRING!  The market inventory is low and the buyer need is medium, so the homes that are listed

*side note – in good condition and priced according to the market* are Selling Fast!  Questions about your neck of the woods and what you might be able to sell your house for and approximately how fast….CALL ME, KERI JANDA 913-205-0220