Real Estate in Kansas

Kansas state law allows real estate agents to ask sellers to sign an exclusive agreement with them that pays the agent regardless as to who sells the house. This means that if a Kansas property owner signs an agreement with an agent and the property owner winds up selling the property, then the real estate agent still gets paid their commission. Kansas does not have the same stringent disclosure laws that other states do when it comes to defects in a property, so property buyers should be aware that it is up to them to discover any problems with a property before they make an offer to buy.

While the broad disclosure laws in Kansas are not as comprehensive as other states, Kansas does have real estate laws on the books that protect buyers from fraudulent representations. A real estate agent or a property owner can be punished severely if it is found that they either misrepresented the property during the presentation process, or they purposely left important information off of the state's disclosure forms. Buyers in Kansas should be very vigilant when it comes to checking out the property they intend to buy, and buyers should also be careful to hire experienced attorneys who know how the Kansas real estate market works.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Kansas

Kansas Association of Realtors, Inc.
Address: Kansas Association of Realtors, Inc.
3644 SW Burlingame Road
Topeka, KS 66611
Office Phone Number: (785) 267-3610
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Manhattan Association of Realtors
Address: Manhattan Association of Realtors
205 S Seth Child Road
Manhattan, KS 66502
Office Phone Number: (785) 776-1203
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Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors
Address: Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors
11150 Overbrook Road
Suite 100
Leawood, KS 66211
Office Phone Number (913) 498-1100
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