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We Buy Houses Kansas City



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McDonald, executive director of More2 and an advocate for equitable housing, says she took her concerns all the way to the director of the Kansas City health department, who told her that aside from testing for mold and advising the landlord to fix it, there was nothing the city could do.


Stacey Johnson-Cosby is a real estate agent and landlord and represents the Mid-America Association of Real Estate Investors. She says everyone deserves safe, quality housing and that the city should shut down the properties of landlords who do not provide that.


That echoes comments made by area landlords last year, who told the Housing Committee the city needed to solve the problems caused by a few bad property owners without assessing a fee from those who maintain their properties.


TARA RAGHUVEER: There is not a county in the country where a worker earning minimum wage and working full time can afford a two-bedroom apartment. And that's been true now for years. And also, this is no longer a city issue, but it's one that's expanding out to the suburbs and even rural communities. 041b061a72


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