KBT’s Home of The Week!

This week’s Home of The Week is a a  gorgeous former model home with exquisite designer touches nestled on the golf parkway! This beautiful open floor plan home offers a master suite to die for, double Island Kitchen with granite that seats 6. Formal dining, covered deck, a den on main level that could be made into a bedroom that has a walk-in closet, media room, rec-room with bar that walks out to patio with fire pit and trees for privacy, tons of storage, walk-in closets in each bedroom, and so much more… Don’t miss out on this gem!!


Beautiful Colonial Estate!

The Koehler Bortnick Team’s Home of The Week is a beautiful colonial estate in Lenexa! This home is amazing! Breathtaking curb appeal, almost one-acre lot located behind the gates of Maplewood. The spacious kitchen offers a large island, ss appliances, walk in pantry and hardwood flooring. Fabulous 3 season room is a great extension of the main level. Pamper yourself in the spa-like master bath that has been completely remodeled and offers heated flooring. Huge walk- in closet in the master bedroom and a bonus cedar closet.

For a full list of features and upgrades click here http://bit.ly/1IuYlWc

Cerner Bringing Buyers To Our Market

(via the Kansas City Star 6/12/15)
Shovels struck dirt in November 2014 for Kansas City area office complex for fast-growing Cerner Corp., a huge $4.45 billion project intended to house 16,000 new Cerner workers within the decade.

Cerner’s $4.45 billion, 10-year plan to redevelop the former Bannister Mall site in south Kansas City includes about $1.75 billion in public tax subsidies. The redevelopment area — previously known as the Three Trails Project — is moving forward under the official name of the Trails Campus. The plan also includes the former Benjamin Plaza.

Cerner, a leading health information technology company, already has about 10,000 associates at six locations in the metro area. It has been hiring an average of 300 associates a month. It has more than 16,000 associates worldwide.

Occupancy of the first Cerner building is expected by the end of 2016. Over time, the project is designed to include 10 Cerner office buildings, two data centers, a service center, a training and conference center, and a health clinic and day care facilities for associates.

What this means for Kansas City real estate….
Relocation will be relevant to fill the positions in our region for Cerner therefore bringing buyers to our market monthly.  With the Spring market not slowing down, this provides continued opportunity for our sellers and The Koehler Bortnick Team to market our listings to the relocation department in order to maintain ongoing interest in our inventory.  This project is projected to span over 10 years therefore offering a steady line of incoming buyers to our area.

The Kansas City Business Journal’s ‘Home of The Day’


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On June 8th, The Kansas City Business Journal &  The Koehler Bortnick Team launched
‘Home of The Day,’ a new luxury real estate section on the KBJ website. This exciting new luxury real estate feature showcases some of Kansas City’s premiere luxury properties. The Koehler Bortnick Team is thrilled at the opportunity to show you what Kansas City real estate is all about!

Click here to see today’s ‘Home of The Day’