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Olathe Real Estate

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The Olathe real estate market is both large and diverse. With literally thousands of home sales and homes for sale in Olathe, the Olathe real estate home buyer has a lot to choose from. Home prices in Olathe can range from well under $100,000 to over the $1,000,000 mark in areas such as Cedar Creek. Some of the most active areas of Olathe real estate are in the price ranges of $170,000 to $220,000. As you search the Olathe MLS and view Olathe houses for sale you will find some great buys with 3-4 bedrooms, 2 to 3 or baths, and 2 or 3 car garages.

Homes for sale in Olathe Kansas by Price Range

Olathe Homes for Sale $275,00 to $300,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $250,00 to $275,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $225,00 to $250,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $200,00 to $225,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $175,00 to $200,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $150,00 to $175,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $125,00 to $150,000

Olathe Homes for Sale $125,000 or less

Ken Jansen REALTOR Olathe Kansas can help you

  • research current Olathe home prices
  • determine Olathe home values
  • find residential real estate listings in Olathe
  • coordinate viewing homes for sale in Olathe
  • by being your advocate when buying or selling real estate in Olathe Kansas

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Hard pronunciation. Easy living.

Oh-LAY-thĕ is just one of those places that makes you say: "Oh wow!" Number 11 on Money magazine's 2008 "100 Best Places to Live in the U.S.", this city seduces you with historic sites (it was a stop on the Oregon Trail), picturesque homes, tree-lined streets and scenes Norman Rockwell couldn't have painted better himself. It's the fourth largest city in the greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area, and the 24th fastest growing city in the nation. (Must be all that publicity from Money.) What this means is you should probably move here soon before the lots run out. And did I mention there's actual prairie grass?

Homes in Olathe -| Should really be called überurbia.

Southwest of thriving Kansas City, in suburban Johnson County, Olathe offers the thrills and excitement of city life along with the serenity of not living near the thrills and excitement of city life. Olathe has hundreds of subdivisions and neighborhoods, including Woodland Creek, Cedar Creek, Stonehurst, Lackman Park Place, South Hampton, Symphony at the Reserve, Symphony Hills and Forest Views-names that all convey you'll be surrounded by majestic trees, near crystalline streams with plenty of chirping birds to greet you in the morning. But unlike other places, the names here are surprisingly accurate. Olathe's park-like neighborhoods are what attract so many to the area. Homes here range from the modest to the magnificent with popular stone façades that recall old world architecture, should Bavarian cottages be your thing. Lots are expansive and do feature views of woods and creeks and other such beautiful nature-scapes your friends and family who don't live here will envy.

Homes in Olathe For the career driven.

Its proximity to Kansas City means Olathe residents have easy access to a thriving metropolitan area shock full of job opportunities across an array of industries. Olathe itself is home to many business parks should anything more than a ten-minute commute be a burden.

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Olathe Homes : True educational excellence.

Olathe District Schools have garnered their share of awards and accolades from educators and parents-and when these groups agree you know you have a good school. Fifteen of its schools have been designated National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education. Parents on have given the district the "What Parents Want" award 11 years in a row. All this good learning is most likely due to an average class size of 16 and a graduation rate in the 90th percentile. If you prefer private education, Olathe boasts a number of academically recognized parochial schools. In addition, the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri both have campuses nearby.

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Olathe Kansas So much to do. So much time.

Various shopping centers and marketplaces offer enough brand-name stores so you never really have to leave Olathe to get what you need. A Bass Pro Shop is also pretty helpful if you want to make use of those creeks. Speaking of recreation, Olathe parks offer biking and hiking trails along with 4 public lakes. The Olathe Cultural Alliance ensures you get exposed to things like classical music, opera and Shakespeare. And the Farmer's Market sells such fresh and delicious produce you'll swear off processed food forever, or at least until the next day.

Great neighborhoods? Check. Great schools? Check. Great opportunities? Check. If you're looking for something Olathe doesn't have, we don't think you'll find it.

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Olathe REALTOR versus a Olathe real estate agent

A Olathe KS REALTOR is a real estate agent who has promised to uphold the REALTOR code of ethics and maintains a membership in good standing with the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the Kansas Association of REALTORS (KAR) , the Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) and the Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors (KCRAR). A Olathe Kansas REALTOR can be a member of the KCRAR, but a Olathe real estate agent who is not also a REALTOR cannot be. A Olathe Kansas real estate agent means that person is licensed by the State of Kansas to conduct real estate transactions.

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