Best Online Resources for People Moving to Kansas City
March 1, 2012
If you are planning to move to Kansas City, there are many things to organize before you move. Once you have scheduled your Kansas City movers, you might want to look more into the city you will call home.
Check out this website for visitors, especially the “Things to Do” and the “Where to Eat” sections. You can even download an application for your Smartphone with a guide to the Kansas City metro area.
Are you still searching for the perfect job? This is a free service for job seekers. Find tools to help you create your resume, apply for jobs online, add jobs to your inbox, and get new jobs sent to your e-mail.
Need help searching for your new home? This website of the Kansas City Association of Realtors directs you to the neighborhoods of Kansas City, can help you find a lender, and allows you to search by home size, type, location and price. You can find information about selling your current home, and real estate tax information.
Visit the websites for your new city’s government. There is great information on these sites including tax information, city services, voting regulations, information for senior citizens, and city employment. Also find info about area attractions, arts and culture, sports, and accommodations.
Downtown Council of Kansas City is a nonprofit membership organization run by leaders, a board of directors, committees, affiliated organizations and individuals who are committed to the revitalization of the downtown area. Find information about downtown neighborhoods and housing, shopping, dining, events, and arts and culture. Also find information about business development in the downtown area.
A move to Kansas City can be easier with all these online resources. Schedule your Kansas City movers, and make your way there.
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