Our KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY knew that a report about falling KCMO rent was nothing but clickbait . . .
Credit to Fox4, they followed-up with much better coverage.
Here's a peek at the crisis in the making . . .
The Mid-America Regional Council reports 93-94 percent of available housing in the city is occupied, and new renters are forced to pay.
Frank Lenk, MARC’s director of research services, said there’s currently a big uptick in demand for rental properties locally, as baby boomers downsize their lifestyles and millennials search for their first pads. Both audiences sometimes compete for the same properties.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo - The cost of rental housing in Kansas City continues to climb. Property managers in the metro disagree with a published report, indicating rental fees are falling in Kansas City, while they're rising in other cities. Property pros tell FOX4 News the need for affordable housing is at an all-time high in Kansas City.