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City Club Apartments CEO: $72M project will disrupt KC luxury market

Originally posted by Rob Roberts of the Kansas City Business Journal

Jonathan Holtzman, a Detroit-area developer who formed the partnership planning a $71.5 million project in the Crossroads Arts District, said it will include a mix of apartments, … Read more...

Obama’s $80M reinvestment in smart city tech touches Kansas City

Originally posted by Bobby Burch of the Startland News

In a move that will provide the Kansas City area more resources to develop Internet of Things technology, President Obama’s administration announced Monday that it’s boosting support of U.S. smart city

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Foreclosures VS. Short Sales – How will it effect you?

Are you behind in your mortgage payments?  Are you wondering about your options?  Unsure if you should try a Short Sale or just give up and let the bank take your house back?

When tasked with these kinds of questions, … Read more...

The 7 Vital Steps to Buying a Single Family Rental House

Originally posted by Brandon Turner of Bigger Pockets

Single family homes can be a great investment!

They are often far easier to manage than multifamily, they usually rise in value fairly quickly, and there are numerous ways to financeRead more...

KCMO housing ranks among most affordable for working class

 Originally posted by Rob Roberts of the Kansas City Business Journal

Homebuyers throughout the United States, especially of the millennial variety, are saying affordability is their biggest concern as home prices rise and inventory shrinks.

But according to a new

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KC area jobs report: IT down, manufacturing up

Originally posted by Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com of the Kansas City Star.

There were 14,200 more workers on Kansas City metropolitan area payrolls in July 2016 than July 2015, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday.

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Los Angeles landlords using Airbnb can make a year’s income in 60 days, fuelling fears of housing crisis, says report

Originally posted by Feliks Garcia @feliksjose of the Independent

The Airbnb boom means some landlords in Los Angeles can make more money letting their homes for two months than they can with a traditional year-long lease, according to a new … Read more...

Get Introduced to a Whole New Kansas City!

Originally posted by Visit KC

From a vibrant, new eight-block restaurant and entertainment district to a $413 million performing arts center, there is a lot of excitement building throughout KC. Watch our short video and discover why The New York … Read more...

What the Midwest Apartment Market Offers Investors That Gateway Markets Don’t

Originally reported by Jay Madary of the National Real Estate Investor

Steady. Low-key. Reliable. Those are some of the adjectives commonly used to describe residents of the Midwest—and they’re apt descriptions of the region’s apartment market as well.

Secondary and … Read more...

Another apartment plan near the Plaza raises height, density concerns

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