The median home value in Kansas City, MO is $239,950.
the county median home value of $219,688.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Kansas City, MO is $239,950.
Approximately 51% of Kansas City homes are owned,
compared to 37% rented, while
12% are vacant.
Kansas City real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY AWAITING! Building is currently operating as an auto repair shop. Heavy traffic on 31st St great for various types of businesses ranging from auto repair/detail shop, storage facility, workshop, retail store, dry cleaner, restaurant, salon, or tear down. Buyer responsible for checking taxes, zoning, square footage, etc. This is a package that includes the building and attached lot along with a residential lot that sits towards the rear of the building (RESIDENTAL ADDRESS: 3039 WALROND AVE). This building has 1 garage bay that can store up to approx. 4 cars inside and there is a large fenced in lot that allows for plenty of off-street parking. The building and surroundings are in need of repair. Building can be accessed from the side street (Walrond Ave) or from 31st St. The building has a small office and bathroom. Seller to remove cars behind fence prior to close. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION TO AVOID INJURY. Seller not responsible for injuries. WEAR FACEMASK. Selling AS-IS with IN IT'S PRESENT CONDITION ADDENDUM and will not accept contract contingent on Inspections nor Financing. Free to conduct inspections during inspection period with written AND accepted offer. Buyer must be pre-approved with written evidence of funds/POF prior to offer being submitted.
This is an awesome property for a church ready for a bigger home, with enough space for use as a community center. The bottom floor has a dining area for up to 250 people; kitchen; two bathrooms; a small office for meetings; and a stage. The second-floor sanctuary will hold up to 500 people and has a 3rd bathroom. The third level has 5 office spaces that can be church classrooms or rented out for small businesses. The building has 3 new central air units and 2 new furnaces. Owners have served public meals, held food drives and provided services as a community center. Parking lot is on the north side, and the south side lot is big enough for picnics. All fixtures now in use for church will remain in place.