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The median home value in Kansas City, MO is $225,000.

This is
higher than
the county median home value of $160,313.


The national median home value is $231,815.

The average price of homes sold in Kansas City, MO is $225,000.


Approximately 50% of Kansas City homes are owned,
compared to 37% rented, while
13% are vacant.

Kansas City real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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City Council hires contractor for new police station, other buildings | The Calhoun Times

The Calhoun City Council unanimously approved the recommendation of architect Gregg Sims to hire Felker Construction Co. Inc., with a low bid of $4.8 million, to build the new police station, vehicle service building and recreation parks maintenance building at McDaniel Station Road and Recreation Drive.

City Manager Paul Worley said 11 bids from across the state were received for the 2018 Special Purpose, Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) project, and that Felker not only had the lowest bid but also the confidence of the architect.

The project includes a 13,754-square-feet police station, a 5,000-square-feet vehicle service building and a 4,000-square-feet maintenance building for the parks department. Worley said the new buildings will allow the police department to be housed under the same roof for the first time in a long time, will create a dedicated location for working and cleaning city vehicles, will included a dedicated kennel and related

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Shenzhen’s unaffordable home prices could hurt Beijing’s plan to turn the Greater Bay Area tech hub into model city



a view of a city: Shenzhen has been granted autonomy by Beijing on a wide range of local policies, from land use to hiring global talent. Photo: Xinhua


Shenzhen has been granted autonomy by Beijing on a wide range of local policies, from land use to hiring global talent. Photo: Xinhua

Beijing’s blueprint to develop Shenzhen and showcase it a centrepiece of its economic reform and attract talent could hit a major stumbling block in the form of unaffordable housing prices, say analysts.

As part of a five-year plan to build the city into a “core engine” of reform by 2025, Shenzhen has been granted greater autonomy in using rural land for development purposes. The move, which will ease land supply crunch, is aimed at reining in escalating home prices and making the city more affordable to live. It was speculated that Beijing would give Shenzhen “additional land” by allowing it to absorb some neighbouring towns into its territory, but the central government did not do so.

“Home prices take up a major chunk of the cost of

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Second City is on the auction block. Why Chicago has much to lose.

So Second City, Chicago’s beloved comedy theater in Old Town, is up for sale. This has happened once before. But the possible loss of local ownership, or any diminishment of the institution as a whole, should set off alarm bells within the business community, tourism agencies and the offices of both the governor and the mayor. Not to mention the hearts of ordinary Chicagoans.



Keegan-Michael Key et al. posing for the camera: Newly arrived from Detroit, Second City's Keegan-Michael Key creates a Pakistani taxi driver who has turned his Chicago vehicle into a patriotic shrine full of flags and paraphernalia, and who answers awkward questions about his ancestry by turning up the Lee Greenwood or Neil Diamond and lip-syncing.


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Newly arrived from Detroit, Second City’s Keegan-Michael Key creates a Pakistani taxi driver who has turned his Chicago vehicle into a patriotic shrine full of flags and paraphernalia, and who answers awkward questions about his ancestry by turning up the Lee Greenwood or Neil Diamond and lip-syncing.

In America, most entertainment is developed, packaged and produced in either Los Angeles or New York City; the coastal elites designate the rest of the country merely as marketplaces to sell their stuff. Unless some

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Preservation group acquires 6 historic homes in Indiana city

WABASH, Ind. (AP) — A preservation group plans to renovate the exteriors of six run-down homes in a northern Indiana city and put them on the market next year in hopes of spurring a historic neighborhood’s rebirth.

Indiana Landmarks said it acquired the historic homes, built in Wabash between the 1870s and the early 1900s, during an auction. The Indianapolis-based nonprofit said the homes illustrate a range of architectural styles in the city’s East Wabash Historic District.

“There truly is something for everybody, from a modest, wood-frame house to larger Victorians. It’s a mad mix of styles and sizes,” said Paul Hayden, director of Indiana Landmarks’ northwest office in Wabash.


Hayden will lead the renovation of the homes’ exteriors and the effort to put them back on the market in early 2021. The properties recently served as rental housing, and most were divided into apartments.

Wabash has a vibrant downtown,

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Couple seeks to block sale of ‘Windy City Rehab’ host’s Bucktown home

A couple suing the “Windy City Rehab” team over their “defective” Lincoln Square property filed an emergency motion Thursday for a temporary restraining order to prevent show host Alison Victoria Gramenos from selling her personal home as their lawsuit progresses.



a large brick building: The home at 2308 W. Giddings St. in the Lincoln Square neighborhood is involved in a lawsuit related to the team behind the popular HGTV series "Windy City Rehab."


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The home at 2308 W. Giddings St. in the Lincoln Square neighborhood is involved in a lawsuit related to the team behind the popular HGTV series “Windy City Rehab.”

“The Morrisseys fear Ms. Gramenos is fraudulently attempting to sell and liquidate whatever equity she has in her personal home and transfer the funds to an LLC she co-owns with her boyfriend as a tactic to shield her personal assets from a judgment collection in the Morrisseys’ lawsuit,” the couple said in an emailed statement.

Gramenos’ attorney, Daniel Lynch, called Thursday’s filing “an unusual move to try to control the assets of a single

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The St. Joe Company Announces Plans for a New 240-Unit Apartment Community in Panama City, Florida

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 8, 2020–

The St. Joe Company (NYSE: JOE) (“St. Joe”) today announces plans for a new 240-unit apartment community in Panama City, Florida. St. Joe intends to develop and construct the community on Star Avenue approximately one mile from State Road 231. This location is within the municipal limits of the city of Panama City.

Plans call for the project to include 108 one-bedroom apartments, 108 two-bedroom apartments and 24 three-bedroom townhome-style apartments. “One of the things that will make this project unique is the diversity of the units available for lease,” said Dan Velazquez, Senior Vice President of Commercial Real Estate for St. Joe. “The three-bedroom townhome-style units will feature garages making them ideal for working families. This location is along the growing State Road 231 corridor in Panama City and is approximately one mile from the neighborhood’s elementary and middle schools and is

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North Carolina City Ignores Its Own Rules To Keep Homeless Shelter Out Of Its New Home

For more than 30 years, the Catherine H. Barber Memorial Shelter has quietly served North Wilkesboro and broader Wilkes County in North Carolina. It’s a small, temporary shelter with 10 beds that helps those who have fallen on hard times get back on their feet; the maximum stay is generally two weeks. Most nights there are a few empty beds, but on occasion the shelter—the only one in 70,000 resident Wilkes County—must turn away the needy. After losing its lease on the home it has occupied for three decades, the shelter was offered a new building, free of charge. But it may never be able to move in.

A local dentist moved his practice and offered the shelter his now empty office building. And

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Hundreds of affordable homes promised for Dublin’s new south city suburb

Had it been a scene in a movie, it wouldn’t have ended well. A short drive along a circuitous route through open fields on the edge of a motorway on the outskirts of the city followed by a meeting with two men in suits wearing surgical masks.

Thankfully however, nothing untoward came of this meeting with Eddie Byrne and Michael Hynes of homebuilder Quintain Ireland at the company’s as yet undeveloped Cherrywood Village site in south Dublin. The masks are, of course, an obligatory requirement for doing business in the midst of Covid-19.

And when it comes to progressing the hugely ambitious masterplan it has for Cherrywood, Quintain would seem intent on doing quite a lot of business between now and 2025. By that point, the company says it will have completed 1,300 of the 3,000 new homes it has in mind for the wider 118-acre Cherrywood land holding that

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Mayor Walsh says city trying to help residents facing eviction stay in their homes

Walsh also addressed reports of a video of a Black jogger stopped by men sporting ICE badges on the VFW Parkway in West Roxbury.

“It was a disturbing video to watch. It was unacceptable in so many ways,” said Walsh. He said ICE has “not confirmed or denied” whether their agents were in Boston, and that he spoke with the jogger Wednesday morning depicted in the video.

“Incidents like this have no place in our city” or nation, Walsh said, adding that he’s reached out to Boston police with a request that they contact federal authorities to see what’s happening.

“Clearly he was shaken up yesterday,” Walsh said of the jogger. “It’s still unclear why this happened.”

Walsh was joined at the news conference by city Health and Human Services chief Marty Martinez, who reported that the rate of positive coronavirus tests has crept up to a level the city

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