by Armin Gafurovic
October 4, 2016
The population of the City of Fountains and surrounding communities -- collectively known as the Kansas City, MO, metro area -- grew nearly 4 percent from 2010 to 2015. So the region isn’t experiencing the same kind of monstrous growth as Dallas or Houston, TX.
Still, there are a number of reasons to move to the Kansas City area. We decided to do our homework and unearth some of them.
The Kansas City area has a little over 2 million residents, with more than 475,000 of them in Kansas City, MO, itself. It’s the 30th largest metro area in the U.S., but don’t let the size fool you. KC boasts lots of big-city amenities and attractions.
One of the selling points of Kansas City is its affordability -- meaning more money for barbecued ribs and less money for housing. If that sounds appealing, we invite you to take a look at the infographic below, offering five great reasons to move to KC. By the time you’re done, we’re sure you’ll be thinking about packing your bags and calling the Kansas City area your new home.
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