The house you might be thinking of buying could cost you more tomorrow if you wait.
A housing market forecast created by a WSU professor suggests home hunting in Kansas will only get more difficult down the road. The Wichita State University professor who wrote the forecast says home values all across the city have risen at rates that we have not seen since the 1970s.
For your everyday real estate agent, that means a tougher task at hand while they're trying to help you close on the home you've been looking for.
FOX Kansas News reporter Trent Bennett spoke with the professor and explains how soon prices will return to normal.