Sunday, October 04, 2020

Housing Crisis Hits Kansas City 2020

As evictions ramp up there's no avoiding the prospect of more homeless on local streets and a housing crunch overall. 

Check the latest roundup of the disaster in the making that threatens to add to the quotient of local protest and civil unrest.

Read more:

Millions of Renters in US Face Eviction Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

WASHINGTON/KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - For Ashley Johnson, a national housing group's warning that millions of people faced risk of eviction from their homes by the end of the year - a direct result of the economic slowdown and massive job losses caused by the coronavirus outbreak - became reality.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Didn’t amazon, GM and fedx just say they all need to hire massive amounts of new employees in kc?. Just a thought, i know I know, these are the fattest laziest stupid people on planet earth and a job making over $25 an hour isn’t enough amiright! Haha!

Anonymous said...

There is work out there and you know many got checks when not working and blew all that money on shit they didn't need. Now it's time to pay the Piper and the stupid shits don't have the money. More stupidity just like those assholes in front of city hall trying to get Smith fired. All losers following a short fat loser.

Anonymous said...

Crisis? The only crisis is a shortage of housing, which is boon for landlords if they can get the deadbeats out. I've turned over 25% of my tenants - any who've been late or haven't paid - and raised rents on most of my properties. I actually paid two tenants with delinquent rent to leave so I could rent to new tenants. I'll recoup any losses in just a couple months. I have prospective tenants calling me every day. I hang up on any that want Section 8 housing. This "crisis" has been great for landlords with good properties, good management, and who know what they are doing.

Anonymous said...

10:38 - I was a landlord. Sold everything. Real estate values will crash. Already started in NYC and California. The country is broke, soon the markets everywhere will slump. Airb&b short sales (bank givebacks) at all time highs. The country is flat broke. Unemployed cant rent or buy. Only the ignorant are buying homes at these inflated prices. The real suckers are the people who have bought houses in the last 5 years (unless they plan on keeping the house for 30 years). The Fed owns and bought 30% of all mortgages.

Bandit said...

Once again I TOL’ YA SO Kansas Shitty!!! So how is “Free Shit” Q Ball working out for ya? Had enough yet?
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Anonymous said...

There’s no housing crisis, there’s a paying crisis, those people don’t want to pay for anything, they think everybody should pay them for everything they want.

Anonymous said...

^^^ x 1,000