2018 Women Who Mean Business | Audrey Navarro

Congratulations to Clemons Real Estate's Managing Partner Audrey Navarro for being named one of the Kansas City Business Journal's Women Who Mean Business. The Women Who Mean Business award honors outstanding professional women who have made significant contributions...

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Countdown to the UNI Tour: Saturday, April 28th!

We are looking forward to the UNI Tour 2018! Explore. Experience. East of Troost. UNI is gearing up to host its second-annual Explore. Experience. East of Troost Tour on Saturday, April 28. The guided bus tour will provide an excellent first-hand look at each of the...

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KC Water, Sewer Rates Continue to Rise

In 2016, the Kansas City Council unanimously approved another 3 percent increase in water charges and a 13 percent increase in sewer charges, effective May 1, 2016. With these increasing rates, the average household residential water/sewer/stormwater bill has risen...

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#TourUNI Explore. Experience. East of Troost Tour 2018.

Explore. Experience. East of Troost. The Urban Neighborhood Initiative (UNI) is proud to host its second annual Neighborhood Tour in Kansas City on Saturday, April 28, 2018. The guided bus tour will present an excellent first-hand look at the 10 communities UNI...

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Congrats to Sheryl Vickers, a Costar Power Broker!

Clemons Real Estate's Senior Vice President of Retail Sheryl Vickers was awarded a Costar Power Broker Award for Top Retail Leasing Brokers! Sheryl's tireless work on behalf of her clients and in-depth knowledge of Kansas City, with an emphasis on developments on the...

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Hiring New Employees for Your Small Business: The Ultimate Guide

Your business is growing beyond belief — or someone has just quit — and you need help! It’s time to hire new employees, but you don’t know where to begin. You may have a general idea of the responsibilities you’d like to pass on, but don’t know how to find and...

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5 Ways To Become a Better Manager

Being a manager is tough. You’re constantly in meetings, putting out fires, and dealing with people and projects competing for your attention.  As you become more reactive to these things, it becomes harder to do the things you know you should do. Often, it’s small,...

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