Our national reach allows us to access tools and resources that other management companies can’t. We have standard systems and processes, which ensures our management services are detailed, efficient, and transparent.
HomeRiver is a nationally recognized brand, and our owners benefit from that when it comes to negotiating maintenance costs, working with builders, and managing HOAs. This national reach is complemented by our local agents and managers who understand rental property management in Kansas City.
The result is successful owners and satisfied tenants.
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Visit Kansas City, Kansas once and you will want to call it home! If a day of history is in your plans then v isit Kaw Point Park, the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers, the very spot where Lewis and Clark camped as they traveled to unknown territory. Learn about Kansas River's first ferry at Grinter Place or explore the Underground Railroad at Quindaro Ruins. There is also the Korean - Vietnam Memorial, the first duel-war memorial in the nation. Shopping at Village West will cure your need for retail therapy and then the numerous restaurants will fill your belly. Home to the Kansas Speedway the venue hosts several events throughout the year, including NASCAR Racing Experience and NASCAR races during May and October. See why Kansas City is known as the Soccer Capital of America Catch the 2017 U.S. Open Cup champions, Sporting Kansas City , in action at Children’s Mercy Park for an unforgettable sporting experience!
T-Bones Stadium, home to the Kansas City T-Bones can also be found in the Village West area. Kansas City T-Bones games are known for their affordable ticket pricing, themed nights, and between inning events that are fun for the whole family.
Legends Outlets is the only designer outlet center in the Kansas City market. Shop national brands and specialty merchandise, and enjoy an array of dining options including Chiusano's Brick Oven Pizzeria and Dave & Buster’s Kansas City. Keep your camera handy as you explore the 1.2 million square foot shopping center, which pays tribute to more than 80 legendary Kansans in art forms that include statues, portraits and banners.