Kansas City, MO Commercial for Sale


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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Outstanding 5+- acre parcel ready for development! Septic in place with a small clearing in the woods with gravel laid down ready for building or Trailer!!! Mcrae School District just south of Hwy 13/ HWY 167 interchange. This tract is at end of road with no development behind or on either side!! This Hardwood tract will not last long due to scenic beauty and location.

5 Thousand, Six hundred, and forty eight square foot home on 150+- acres with both sides of Wattensaw Bayou in Praire County, Arkansas. Outstanding hardwood timber on 40 acres surrounding house. CRP covers 50+- acres of property with yearly payment of 5,000 dollars per yer.

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Kansas nursing homes now have a COVID metric from the KDHE

Kansas nursing homes now have a metric for the coronavirus pandemic that is used to determine how often staff should be tested for COVID-19.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s online COVID-19 dashboard on Wednesday displayed a tab with “nursing home metrics: 14-day percent positivity.” The statistics are connected to a rule from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS, that requires routine testing of staff, depending on a community indicator.

“Routine testing should be based on the extent of the virus in the community, therefore facilities should use their county positivity rate in the prior week as the trigger for staff testing frequency,” David Wright, the director of the Quality and Safety Oversight Group, said in an Aug. 26 memo from the CMS.

Facilities in a county with low community activity, defined as a positive test rate below 5%, are required to test staff at least

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Kansas replaces troubled Medicaid contractor, Maximus

After years of complaints about backlogs and mishandled Medicaid applications, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is parting ways with Maximus, the private for-profit company that administered the KanCare clearinghouse.

One of the firms hired by former Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration to bring lower costs and private sector efficiency to state government, Maximus instead got poor marks for processing applications and operating KanCare’s customer service call center.

Nursing homes, which rely heavily on Medicaid reimbursements, reported financial struggles as the number of seniors covered by the federal-state health insurance program dropped despite an increasing elderly population. In 2019, Governor Laura Kelly announced plans to hire 300 state workers to take the most complex Medicaid applications away from Maximus.

Instead of bringing the entire Medicaid screening operation back in-house, Kansas has hired another private contractor beginning next year. The New Jersey-based Conduent has had its own troubles. Among them was

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COVID-19 Has Kansas Lawmakers Pondering Broader Oversight | Kansas News

By JOHN HANNA, AP Political Writer

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican legislators in Kansas have started pushing to give more of their colleagues a say in how the state manages protracted emergencies such as the coronavirus pandemic after months of conflict between them and Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.

A Republican-led legislative committee studying the state’s emergency management laws agreed Thursday that the GOP-controlled Legislature should consider creating a new panel with permanent oversight of how the governor handles monthslong emergencies. The study committee also said lawmakers should look into making it easier for them to reconvene later in the year after their annual spring session has concluded.

Top Republicans previously concluded that the Legislature needs to revise laws that give the governor sweeping powers during a state of emergency, arguing that they were designed for short-term emergencies such as floods and tornadoes. Kelly and GOP lawmakers compromised in June on

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COVID-19 has Kansas lawmakers pondering broader oversight

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Dr. Lee Norman, the head of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, answers questions from reporters about the coronavirus pandemic during a news conference, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Kansas is reporting another record seven-day spike in new coronavirus cases, and Norman says it’s a sign that there’s community spread in even the state’s “frontier” counties.

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Republican legislators in Kansas have started pushing to give more of their colleagues a say in how the state manages protracted emergencies such as the coronavirus pandemic after months of conflict between them and Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.

A Republican-led legislative committee studying the state’s emergency management laws agreed Thursday that the GOP-controlled Legislature should consider creating a new panel with permanent oversight of how the governor handles monthslong emergencies. The study committee also said lawmakers should look into making it easier for

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