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The well-being of our communities has always been of the utmost importance to us. As we navigate through our new day-to-day routine, we are keeping the safety and health of our clients and agents in mind, always. While today might be different than yesterday, we continue to move forward with our commitment to serve the Kansas City community and help them find a safe place to call home. 

We have been working tirelessly over this time and are proud to say we have equipped our agents with the means to conduct their business digitally. Staying in accordance with the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and updated state and local business practices, we are keeping the safety of everyone in mind with limiting person to person

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Kansas City Homes President, David Cooper, was overwhelmed with support from office staff and agents who mailed in cards, notes, and letters expressing support and well-wishes for him. He gives his thanks to the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate family in this thank you video below.


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Better Living Blog | Utilizing Technology | Kansas City Homes

As members of the real estate market, it is our passion to serve the Kansas City community. Over the last three months, we have seen our market get more and more unique as we adapt to all-time low interest rates, market variances, and public health concerns. As real estate agents and industry leaders in Kansas City, we tasked ourselves with continuing to provide the same degree of service to our customers, while keeping current with developing guidelines from government leaders. To do this, we have introduced and implemented new technology to complement our plans for the future and continue to perform our essential services to our community. 

Evolving our existing digital services while using these new technologies became our mission and as a

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Online Shopping During Your Stay-at-Home

We all have some spare time on our hands and with everyone under a stay-at-home order, it can be easy to start feeling like you are stuck at home. But that does not have to be the case, thankfully plenty of ideas can make your stay at home more enjoyable while also keeping you safe at the same time. 

The World has begun turning to the digital universe, scrolling through social media, sharing memes, and making those darn TikTok videos all the time. While being active on social media might not be the consensus first choice, we can all agree that we have scrolled through online shopping outlets, like Amazon or Wal-Mart from time to time. Traversing the expanse of online shopping, a mainstay in most households,

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Better Together | Kansas City Homes

 

The Kansas City community is remarkable, unified and has received their fair share of tests over the last month. Amidst stay-at-home-orders and only being able to access essential services, Kansas City has remained resilient, and stayed together to weather the storm. Small businesses all throughout Kansas City have been forced to close their doors, but that will not prevent them from continuing to serve their communities. 

Businesses Respond

Several restaurants are staying open for carryout and delivery services but are also aiding our healthcare workers who are on the front lines of defeating the virus. Jack Stack Barbecue made over 700 boxed lunches and delivered it to hospital staff around Kansas City, completely free of charge. Yard Bar

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The Better Homes & Garden Magazine is ubiquitous nationwide. Since it was first published in 1921, it became a staple for homeowners looking for ideas to make life better. Currently, it’s the #1 home and lifestyle publication in circulation with a readership of 32,145,000. Even at that volume, each issue they put out is a love letter to the lifestyle of better living. A full 60% of the content in each issue is dedicated to home and lifestyle-related topics. 

Bus TripWe recently had the opportunity to see first-hand, the hard work, passion and craft that goes into every BHG magazine when a select group of agents and staff chartered a bus and traveled to the Meredith mothership (publisher of Better Homes & Gardens Magazine). They pulled back the curtain for us and

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