The Challenging Housing Market | The Golden Scoop
The Kansas City area is experiencing the record-breaking seller's market affecting most of the country and one business is addressing the importance of employment for those with disabilities.
Segment 1, beginning at 1:00: Prospective homebuyers are having a tough time navigating Kansas City's competitive housing market right now.
Low supply, high demand, and the skyrocketing cost of lumber are all contributing to what is becoming one of the worst times for buying a house in the Kansas City area. Two veteran realtors on why this year has seen such a spike in people looking to purchase a home.
- Néstor Zuluaga, real-estate agent, The Zuluaga Group
- Tony Conant, president, Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors
Segment 2, beginning at 30:04: Americans are returning to work but for those with disabilities, the unemployment rate remains over 80 percent.
Gainful employment is a key benefit in ensuring adults with disabilities can realize their personal and professional goals. In Kansas City, job opportunities for the disabled are scarce. One local ice cream parlor with 22 employees with disabilities is making job opportunities for the disabled a top priority.