Whether you’ve spent a lifetime in Kansas City or you are thinking about relocating, our team of real estate experts can help you with buying or selling your home. From a recent college graduate to a retiring empty-nester, Kansas City offers an enterprising downtown, comfortable suburbs and everything in between. The team at United Real Estate – Kansas City focuses on buyers and sellers on the Missouri side of the border, but will work with you to find the home of your dreams, wherever it may be located. From the well-known Country Club Plaza to the North Kansas City suburbs, here are a few areas we specialize in:
Located north of downtown, many families find their homes in North Kansas City and the Northland. With excellent schools, the Zona Rosa shopping district and quick access to the airport, the amenities are abundant. Accounting for more than 50 percent of Kansas City’s land mass, it’s easy to find large lots and new construction homes in this part of town.
Having experienced a revitalization with the development of the Kansas City Power & Light District, the Sprint Center and the construction of a light rail system, downtown Kansas City has been growing significantly in the last few years. Many young professionals and recent college graduates find their homes here because its proximity to large employers and its diverse entertainment options. Refurbished lofts and townhomes tend to be the most common but single family homes are available and are often rebuilt or remodeled to include modern conveniences.
Featuring historic homes and its own shopping district, Brookside is a highly attractive area for people of all ages. With neighborhood associations and a strong interest in the development of local businesses, residents of this area are highly involved in their community. Home to University of Missouri–Kansas City, Rockhurst University, Stowers Institute, Midwest Research Institute and the Russell Stover Candies’ headquarters, many people live and work in Brookside.
Located between downtown and Brookside, the Midtown and Plaza areas encompass a diverse range of housing options as well as unique shopping and dining options. With the resurgence in downtown, Midtown has also experienced growth, especially for those looking to rebuild or remodel historic homes and live in close proximity to their workplace. Those looking for live-work communities, find that living in the Midtown, Plaza or Downtown areas are the best options.