Wednesday, February 13, 2019

What Is Kansas City Affordable Housing?!?!

The real estate selling season is almost underway and we're seeing sky high prices along with a buyer's market that's still flooded with both speculators and irrationally exuberant developers . . . In these last, few glorious days before a correction The City Council weighs in on the cost of living powered by social justice warrior concerns and candidate best efforts to distract from so many corporate giveaways over the past 4 years.

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Housing Committee discusses affordable housing needs

Ordinance #180721 created great debate among the City Council members at last week's housing meeting. The ordinance discusses at what percentage of income a family pays for rent is considered affordable, and how the percentage should be determined, based on housing facilities that are asking for incentives to build.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Affordable housing is defined as subsidized residences for the very poor that are not in the neighborhoods of any of the council members.

Anonymous said...

Actually the market has been pretty dead over here in one of the so called "desirable neighborhoods" for well over a year.

Anonymous said...

Overinflated fantasy land values and very few sales. A few suckers around and there still. The recent bubble daze is obviously over.

Anonymous said...

Affordable housing is when your place rents in one day for $750 a month or sits empty for a year more for $2100 a month.

Anonymous said...

“Kansas City was known as an affordable housing city; that’s history now,”


There it is

Anonymous said...

That picture says it all. Blank stares, overinflated salaries, zero ideas, total lack of substance....

NicK Beach said...

How the fuck do sky high prices equal a buyer's market?

Greater Kansas City Aryan said...

^^^ You're too poor to know the answer.

Anonymous said...

What Is Kansas City Affordable Housing?!?!

Anywhere Blacks Don't Live?!?!

Anonymous said...

affordable housing is $2,000 a month for a place that's not as big as your college dorm.

Anonymous said...

Love seeing the city council argue about intangibles when they don't even understand basic economics. Must have been an error because this is and has been a seller's market for the last few years