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Kansas city is situated in northwest Missouri at the junction of Kansas and Missouri Rivers. Kansas city is located very close to the geographic center of the United States. The area has served as the transportation hub from its beginning to natives of America(kansa tribe) and now to European and American traders and settlers. In 1821, French had developed the Trading post along the river near the present Downtown. Kansas city was named in 1853 and incorporated in 1889. the city soon became the shipment point for agricultural products from great plains to the west and livestock market from the southwest. The population recorded approximately in the year 2003 was 442,768.

Climate: Kansas City lies at the junction of the Missouri River, and the Kansas River this makes for a continental climate with moderate precipitation and extremes of hot and cold. Summers could be very humid, with moist air riding. Winters vary from mild days to bitterly cold, with lows reaching into the teens below zero a few times a year. Spring and Autumn are pleasant and peppered with thunderstorms.

ECONOMY: Kansas City is headquarters to one Fortune 100 company (H&R Block) and five additional Fortune 1000 corporations. Numerous agriculture companies operate out of the city and the Kansas city Board of trade is the chief trading center for hard red winter wheat the main ingredient of bread.
The business community is maintained by two major business magazines, one weekly and one monthly, as well as numerous other smaller publications, including a local society journal.

SPORTS CLUBS: Baseball, American football, Tennis and Arena football.

Education: Post Secondary Kansas city Arts institute, Calvary Bible College, Metropolitan Community-College, Kansas city.
Elementary and Secondary schools several private and public schools are flourished in the city for children.

Real Estate: Kansas City is well-known for its incredible barbecue, Jazz, spacious parkways, many parks and ranks second in the world in number of fountains (160), exceeded only by Rome. Because of its size and regional placement, Kansas City is the base to a thriving economy. KC has affordable housing with homes prices ranging from $5,000 to $3,750,000.

One of the truth in any market is that the home which is clean, well maintained, attractively staged (both inside and out), and priced right is the one that will sell quickly. It makes sense anybody likes things that are visually appealing plus fairly priced.

The Kansas City is an exciting place to live in. Its phenomenal expansion adds great shopping, restaurants, a new world-class sports park, and new homes from $100,000 to $2.75 Million. Golf and Lake Communities. 7500 Acre Smithville Lake and the other surrounding recreational areas are just a short drive away for sailing, boating, golf, fishing, hunting, shooting, and other outdoor activities. Easy access to highways, the international airport, great hospitals, and highly rated schools round out the solid community.

The Kansas City market has begun to warm up for the 2007 season; started in December, 06. Many buyers have new contracts on homes and requests for information. This is an excellent time to get your home plans moving. Interest rates are still at historic lows and there are still many new and resale homes on the market.

 

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