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Kansas City apartments fit for the rich and famousNews flash: The priciest rental listing on the market in Kansas City costs $3,355/month. As absurd as it may seem, it's not the only high-end residential listing out there. But just how fancy do these units get, given these high prices?
News flash: The priciest rental listing on the market in Kansas City costs $3,355/month. As absurd as it may seem, it's not the only high-end residential listing out there. But just how fancy do these units get, given these high prices?
And, the best part, you don't have to pay property taxes like the minions you look down on from these TIF'd apartments.
Kansas City has put hundreds of eastside houses and other area houses on the market because they have run the small landlords out of business. That's your city working for you and providing their bogus affordable housing. Your Go Bond going to the infrastructure of all these wealthy big business corporations, and to think you idiot democrats fall for it every time. Where's your new sidewalks????? SUCKERS just don't move to the burbs because we WILL RUN YOU OUT!
your town is fucked.
i mean this creates opportunity.
"The priciest rental listing on the market in Kansas City costs $3,355/month."Bullshit
"2BR 2BA $3,325 - $3,800 Check Availability 1214 sqft Two Bedroom - Penthouse""1BR 1BA $3,375 - $3,379 Available Now 1223 sqft One Bedroom Den - Penthouse"So WTF are you saying 8:18 ya zero baked fuck, they cost more or cost less?
subsidizing the 1/2 light projects are pieces of shit, Cordish is a piece of shit.
the COrdish brothers are all little pieces of shit.
their wives are pieces of shit.
i'd like to require one of their wives to camp out one of the 2 light balconies for 48 hours before they get any more subsidies.
R D Jones & Associates, Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. are a pieces of shit.Good job giving your money away KC.
Over three thousand a month and it doesn't even have a gas stove?
The average price for an average one bedroom in NYC is more expensive than the noted $3500 figure. What does any of that have to do with the price of tea in China?
^^^ stfu idiot
oooooh cm'on 2;)7 let's explain some to 2:07.All the folks with disposable income like that are not interested in renting an apartment downtown. Aren't interested in what the downtown luxury apartment offer, aren't interested in what the downtown offers, rather drive a mercedes to go 'cultural events' than walk, aren't interested in the noise of the downtown loop.People in NYC generally have higher incomes, more choices, more opportunities.KC needs more affordable units than luxury units, those need to be subsidized, there is such a thing as mixed income housing that has been around for awhile. The folks from baltimore are using an inflated income scale, unless they are building for some random Chinese nationals that are using the housing as a financial investment scheme.People in KC that can pay 3500 a month on rent are not going to rent, and most likely would not not buy downtown.Older lower income folks in NYC still benefit from rent control. There are over one million rent stabilized units.For 3,500 in NYC there is a city with far more choices, and no need to buy an automobile. More folks are willing to live in more cramped housing that NYC has in abundance with other people in because of the choices NYC has to offer.Commuting or traveling out of NYC is easier than KC on trains and planes, there are more cities within shorter travel distance. planes out of KC are not significantly more affordable for travel within the country -250 JFK-LAX, 210 MCI-LAX- and they are more expensive if going out of the country.
1:07 are you some shitheaded carry over from the sly social media administration? No half sane person would defend that crap, boomer.
no half sane local person would pay 3,500 a month for rent when they could share a place and buy a 150-200/k house or condo available in KC in a year and pay 750-1000 mortgage payment. what non local would temporarily move to KC and pay 3,500 a month rent to experience kansas city.
what also annoying 1:07 is that you just post a couple of your shit headed sentences and think people should believe you.Median rent in NYC is not more than 3,500 and there is a difference between rent in Manhattan and greater NYC.For example:"In 2017, the median rent of a stabilized apartment located in NYC was $1,269, this means that average tenant could be paying $19 extra for a one year lease and $31 for a two-year lease. "https://brokerpulse.com/2019/06/28/rent-stabilized-apartments-in-new-york-city-will-undergo-rent-hikes/"NYC one-bedroom rents hit $2,980/month, an all-time high" https://ny.curbed.com/2019/6/3/18650949/nyc-rent-prices-zumper-report
so 1:07 you shit headed cunt, go out in the world and learn a bit more, or finish school, or go back to school before you bombarded us more with your worthless POS comments.
I have a well-maintained rental property, a duplex, with three bedrooms and one bath in each. No central air, but I provide huge window units and the property is pretty well shaded. I provide a basement laundry room, which I keep clean, and even a washer and dryer if a tenant needs one. Each unit comes with a fridge, stove/oven, and a parking space right out front. I rent these units, including water, for $675 a month, and I shovel snow, sand down any ice, and mow the lawns in the summer. Hell, if I am driving by and see the trash isn't out, I'll pull their trash cans out. I can't imaging getting two or three thousand a month. I'd retire.
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