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Quality of Life in Kansas : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 23, 2017
Christina Moreno answered:
If you are moving to the Fort Leavenworth Area, we would be happy to assist! We are a military friendly real estate group and we can help find you a home, sell your home and we offer Relocation Services. For more info on this area, you can visit ... more
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Mon Oct 5, 2015
Dianedean1 answered:
WE are moving to the Wichita area and trying to find a good city to live with excellent schools and a big yard with mature trees. Is there any reason not to live in Derby?
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Matt Messman answered:
I agree! Oaklawn is actually an area that was "temporary" housing for military families years ago. It was not intended to still be a developed area but rather, replaced with newer homes...well, that never happened and now its one of the higher crime areas in the Wichita suburbs, and would NOT be a place I would ever desire to raise MY kids. ... more
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Mon Sep 30, 2013
Scott Holbrook answered:
Look at Platte City, MO. It is about 20 minutes from Ft. Leavenworth...great schools, new homes, new construction still going on. A lot of military families choose Platte City
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Wed Aug 21, 2013
Rebecca Oberly answered:
You can see our 5 bed, 3 bath home on Trulia and
1005 Beau Jardin Ct.
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Betty Simmons answered:
Radon is a gas that comes up from under ground. The house needs to be tested...the EPA standard is less that 4.0. If it is higher levels than 4.0 you can have the home mitigation system installed. If the system's fan is running is this removing all of the radon gas to the outside. You don't need to test again as long as the fan keeps running. (also if the gauge is at different levels you know it is working).


You can read up on radon on the EPA website.
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Wed Jul 21, 2010
les ashbaugh answered:
No, you don't probably.
These were called flag lots. This was legal in the past and some ground was
divided up this way. It is not an easement, it is an owned strip of ground used
for access to the property behind you and is owned by the party behind you.
Les ashbaugh ( This is true in most cases but I would
be glad to look up the information for you and get you the facts at no cost to you.
I am a licensed realtor in the state of Kansas.
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Fri May 9, 2008
Don Tepper answered:
With all due respect, no. I spent a year and a half in Columbia, Missouri--great town, excellent school (University of Missouri--Go Tigers!), friendly people--but the Midwest just isn't for me. ... more
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Thu Dec 13, 2007
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