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Are you searching for maintenance provided communities in Kansas City? There are different degrees of maintenance provided communities and the basis of the pyramid for most maintenance provides communities is the benefit of having lawn maintenance provided. Never having to mow again appeals to home buyers from busy professionals to empty nesters. Some maintenance provided communities take things a step further by providing snow removal, exterior building maintenance,  roof replacement, etc.

Kansas City Maintenance Provided Communities

Kansas City Maintenance Provided Communities

To give you an idea, I did a Kansas City MLS search of Johnson County Kansas Lawn Maintenance Provided Communities (this MLS  link will become inactive after some time, so please email me if you want a direct live link email to you — we’ll also update this link at the time for the benefit of others.) For this particular search, I narrowed the search parameters to homes $200,000 and up. If you click the link you’ll see the search results include Villas, Townhomes, Single Family Homes, Patio Homes, Half Duplexes, etc.

Included in the search results you’ll see many of the popular Johnson County Kansas maintenance provided communities like Ashford Villas, Tuscany Reserve, Corinth Downs, Hallbrook, St. Andrews Court, Arbor Creek Village, Villas of Falcon Valley, Club Villas at Lionsgate, Ranch Villas at Nall Hills, Cedar Creek’s Shadow Glen Villas, Quail Park Villas, Mission Farms Condominiums, Avignon, Villas of White Horse, Falcon Ridge Villas, Villas of St. Andrews, Mission Reserve, Heatherglen, Falcon Village, Camden Woods and Afton Hills to name a few.

If you’d like me to run a search for you with different parameters (specified area, price range, degree of maintenance provided) feel free to send me your request.

Posted by Jason A. Brown

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  1. Janice says:

    can you clarify the differences between patio homes, villas, zero lot lines, etc?
    Are you a realtor?

  2. Jason Brown says:

    Some of these terms are interchangeable, depending on which Realtor you ask. Zero lot line means your own house is the property, there’s no lawn to maintain as that’s owned/managed by the subdivision HOA. Patio homes often mean maintenance provided town homes, sometimes on a slab with no basement. Villas often mean single family homes that have maintenance provided and most have the master bedroom on the first floor. Some Villa communities have attached homes and may even be called townhomes on MLS or vice-versa. Again, it’s the terminology is sometimes confusing. It can often depend on what term was used by the developers/builders/project agents when the community was first developed. Hope that helps!

  3. Marilyn says:

    We are going to relocate to the Kansas City area. We are looking for a 55+, gated or maintenance free community. We presently live in Laughlin, Nevada but are originally from Iowa. Can you give us any suggestions or guidance?

  4. Jason Brown says:

    @Marilyn: Absolutely Marilyn, I’ve asked one of my buyer’s agents to contact you asap to discuss the area options and your home buying situation. Feel free to contact me directly should you have any questions.