For years, the United States has been mired in a housing crisis. On the other hand, the Kansas plains provide free land and ultra-cheap dwellings. The disadvantage of living in rural Kansas has always been the lack of economic opportunity. High-paying occupations aren’t as easy to come by as the milo. Price-conscious city inhabitants, on the other hand, have been enticed to locations they never imagined they could live. After a year of skyrocketing real estate prices in every city and suburb, downtrodden and sparsely populated Kansas is seeing its real estate bubble. Are the Great Plains the best remaining alternative for a low-cost lifestyle? Is it possible for small towns to overcome the market pressures that have made them economically hazardous and unappealing for so long?
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