Top-rated lgbtq agents in kansas city

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Brian

Brian - Gay Realtor

20 Years of real estate, home lending, and insurance experience is what I would bring to you! I have lived in the Kansas City Metro Area all my life, I am very familiar with all aspects and areas of the city. I will make your home buying experience ...read more
Casey

Casey - Gay Realtor

LEAD AGENT, BUYER AND LISTING SPECIALIST Casey is a Kansas native who began his career in real estate in the summer of 2014. Since then, he has closed over 22 million dollars in sales and has helped over 125 families buy or sell real estate. Real estate ...read more
Al

Al - Gay Realtor

Buying or selling a home? Al makes it easy! Searching for your new dream home? Let me help. As your buyer’s agent, I will search through thousands of listings to match your wish list. I will e-mail you links or provide you access to search area ...read more
Paul

Paul - Gay Realtor

What is a REAL ESTATE AGENT? Some of my clients say I make their dreams a reality; I confidently advise my clients when buying or selling real-estate to empower your decisions as we navigate the process in the Kansas City area. I do this by: • Communicating ...read more
Matthew

Matthew - Gay Realtor

Matthew graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in accounting. After working as a Senior Financial Analyst for 5 years, he then made the move into the Real Estate field over 8 years ago. As a gay realtor in Kansas/Missouri, Matthew is ...read more

Kansas City News

Mission Hills Top Kansas City Suburban Neighborhood
Mission Hills is the best place to live for Kansas suburbanites, according to a new ranking by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Scoring just below Mission Hills was Glendale, Mo., named the best suburb of Missouri. Coldwell Banker ranked the suburbs based on access to amenities, proximity to good schools, average commute times and community safety. According to the survey, suburbanites are more likely to eat in, commute to work, own their homes, and dedicate weekends to home improvement and do-it-yourself ...more
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