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Same old neighborhood, new house: The suburbs of Kansas City are sprouting new houses.
Rebuilding is not complete, but Joplin’s post-tornado building boom is rolling along.
An unlicensed contractor could get years in jail after a jury convicted him of swindling elderly homeowners in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
They’ve stood empty and half-finished since 2006. Now, the county is ready to tear the houses down.
Pat Dixon built that.
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The current housing recovery is driven by investors and cash buyers, not borrowers.
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