Survey Seyz Overland Park & Lee's Summit Too Expensive For Po'Folk

Recently, we enjoyed a recent collab on the topic of cowtown cost-of-living.

The local reporting is worth a glimpse if only to concede that the illusion of an American classless society is quickly starting to fade.

Check-it . . .

"In the Kansas City area, 31 ZIP codes require a minimum annual income of $100,000 to afford the median-priced home. For perspective, the median household income in KCMO was estimated at $56,179 in 2021, according to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau."

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