More importantly, the push back against the inevitable consequences of the rental inspection fee represents an election season alliance with Kansas City renter's rights group who are advocating against cost of living increases targeting po'folk.
Unfortunately, because activists don't care about economics . . . This defense of low-income residents will most likely serve to spike middle-class rents to an even greater degree . . . Because there is nothing "FAIR" about capitalism or housing.
Check the start of cowtown class warfare or rise of socialism here . . .
Renters in Kansas City are thanking social media and the city's Health Department for stopping a landlord from charging an illegal fee.In a letter Thursday to residents at four properties, Landmark Realty said they were "passing on" an annual $20 fee for Kansas City's new Healthy Homes Rental Inspection Program.