Today the newspaper earned a spot on Drudge's front page by claiming that rents have spiked in this cowtown more than anywhere else . . . That's mostly click-bait but part of an orchestrated effort by developers and speculators hoping to cash in before the COVID eviction moratorium is removed and changes EVERYTHING. Again.
Here's an equally hopeful resource without a paywall . . .
Kansas City might be known as the Barbecue Capital, but there are far more economic contributors to the city's continued success. The lower cost of living, decreased construction cost, and business-friendly legislation give companies an open opportunity to diversify in Kansas City. The Missouri portion accounts for 56% of the metro area workforce.