Market Overview 2019

Kansas City, Missouri

Metro population:

2.1 m

Median Home Income:

45,000 dollars

Unemployment rate:


Median House Price:

100,227 dollars

Median monthly rent:

1,005 dollars

The largest city in Missouri and the sixth largest city in the Midwest, Kansas City, is known for its sports, music (especially jazz and blues), and Kansas City-style barbecues. The city is also often called the “City of Fountains” with over 200 beautiful water features throughout the city, which is more than any other city on earth other than Rome. KC's other nickname is "Paris Plains", because it also has more boulevards than any other city in the world, except Paris.

After years of neglect, downtown Kansas City has begun a massive renovation effort. Since 2000, the city has invested over $ 6 billion to develop the downtown area with new condominiums, apartments, offices, restaurants, indoor and outdoor malls and entertainment venues. In 2014, the Kansas City Regional Business Community convened to launch KC Rising, which is a long-term vision for the greater Kansas City area to accelerate the economic growth of the Kansas City area.

Today, the KC Rising mission is driven by progress toward three measurable outcomes:

  • Trade: Sell more valuable products and services outside the KC area and increase our global competitiveness.
  • Ideas: to drive innovation in existing offices and clusters in the KC area; Strengthen the ecosystem of entrepreneurship to create new companies and jobs.
  • People: Develop, attract and retain the talent needed to increase the pace of innovation of the KC region and accelerate the growth of the region.

Why invest here?

Kansas City still offers great opportunities for buying and holding real estate investments. The reason: Although rents are rising, apartment prices are still in the range of $ 50,000-130,000. And you can rent individual family homes for 1% of the average purchase price. This means a few things: Kansas City is still cheap, the opportunity to earn passive income is improving, and stock growth is likely to grow in the long run.

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Lior Lustig

Lior Lustig CEO - Overseas Investors Forum

Lior Lustig is an experienced real estate investor who has been active in the field in Israel and the United States since 2007. Lior has extensive experience in purchasing and managing single and multi-family properties.
Lior currently manages the Real Estate Investors Forum, which owns a brand and interest in the real estate field, the Facebook group and the "Real Estate Forum in the United States" website. Lior is versatile in a wide variety of investment markets in the United States and provides solutions to investors through the company.