Monday, June 22, 2020

Kansas City Landlord Bankrupt Amid Continued Tenant Push Back Protest

Advocacy from City Hall to urban core streets against landlords has put pressure on "home providers" as this financial reorganization might, sadly, prevent some of the demands of activists from being enacted any time soon.

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Facing Mounting Legal Issues, Affiliate Of Notorious Kansas City Landlord Files For Bankruptcy

A local affiliate of a corporate landlord that has earned notoriety for the deplorable living conditions of its apartment units has declared bankruptcy. KM-T.E.H. Realty 10 LLC on Friday sought Chapter 11 protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Kansas City. Jackson County property records show the affiliate owns the Park Gate Apartments on East Meyer Boulevard.


Anonymous said...

"founded in israel"..big surprise... Oy Vey!

Anonymous said...

This is just the beginning

Anonymous said...

I don't know why they think they can make a quick buck off the misery of our people.. they wonder why they get stereotyped. This is why.

Anonymous said...

And people wonder why the conditions are deplorable. Low rent or no rent and the landlord doesn't have money enough to provide anything other than deplorable.