Kansas City MO Real Estate

Kansas City Real Estate has everything to offer. There are condos and homes starting from just under $100,000 and going up to penthouses and mansions for millions. $4,000,000 buys a lot of home in Kansas City. But so does $150,000.

The Kansas City real estate market is broken down into several areas:

City or River Market which has shopping, restaurants and outdoor life while still being close to highway access. Condos start about 100,000 and go up. River Market Properties

Power and Light and or “Downtown” district with night life and Constentino’s Grocery, the US and Jackson County Courthouses, H&R Block headquarters as well as plenty of restaurants. Condos start about 100,000 and go up. Power and Light Homes

Crossroad district with art galleries, Kaufman Center for the Performing Arts, Union Station, Jack Stack, Lydia’s and home to Hallmark, The Kansas City Star and the World War 1 Museum. Crossroads Homes

Country Club Plaza or just “The Plaza” this has since its inception in 1922 been the crown jewel of Kansas City. It has long been the destination for eating and shopping, or just plain walking around in Kansas City. It is also close the Nelson Atkins art museum, UMKC, district with art galleries, Kaufman Center for the Performing Arts, Union Station, Jack Stack, Lydia’s and home to Hallmark, The Kansas City Star and the World War 1 Museum. KC Plaza Homes

Sunset Hills Area if you are seeking old world charm this is it. Technically it is a neighborhood but we really think of it as an area of multi million dollar mansions from Kansas City’s past. Sunset Hills Area Homes

Kansas City is an affordable place to live.

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Originally incorporated in 1853, modern Kansas City is a cultured, metropolitan city full of friendly faces and interesting places. Residents enjoy relaxing in the city’s many parks as well as attending performances at concert halls and convention centers located downtown. Sports fans relish every opportunity to cheer on the Chiefs, the Royals and Sporting KC. Recent improvements in the city’s infrastructure have significantly increased citizen satisfaction with city services, making it a better place to live now than ever before.


From world-class entertainment to family-friendly services and activities, Kansas City has everything you need to enjoy life to the fullest. Shopping districts like the Country Club Plaza and Brookside feature top national retailers alongside local boutiques. Foodies flock to the city to savor local barbecue options as well as ethnic cuisine from all over the globe.


Parents of the average Kansas City child entering kindergarten have more than 30 options for their child’s education. Traditional public schools compete with top-notch charter and magnet schools throughout the city. Private institutions such as The Barstow School and Pembroke Hill School hold to top educational standards. Several Catholic and Protestant private schools also operate at convenient locations throughout the city.


Kansas City is an affordable place to live and do business. The city’s top employer is the U.S. federal government, which maintains a presence of nearly 150 agencies locally. Federal agencies with operations here include the Internal Revenue Service, the Social Security Administration and the General Services Administration. Kansas City is also home to several Fortune 1000 companies such as H&R Block and Honeywell as well as successful privately owned companies like Hallmark Cards.


Driving is the most common form of transportation in Kansas City, but the Kansas City Area Transit Authority (KCATA) has recently extended metro services for the convenience of local commuters. Bike lanes can be found in many neighborhoods as well as downtown, and new bike sharing stations provide healthy, efficient transportation options.