Credit to KICK-ASS TKC READERS . . . We've talked about the suburban exodus sparked by COVID for about a year. And now it's news fact:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The trend of increasing property values in Johnson County, Kansas, continued into 2021, even as the COVID-19 pandemic waged on. The average single-family home in the county increased in value by roughly 4.5% year over year. The county started to mail the notices to more than 200,000 property owners on Monday.