News & Advice

ReeceNichols: 2020 Year-In-Review

2020 was a year of challenge and change. We had to completely rethink the way we do nearly every aspect of our business. But it was also a year of hope and gratitude. We persevered, continuing to guide the people we serve through their homeownership journey with the expertise and compassion ReeceNichols is known for. […]

Ask Me Three | How Kansas City’s #1 Realtor Grows A Business

Rob Ellerman, the leader of the nationally ranked Rob Ellerman Team, didn’t imagine he’d get into the real estate business when he was young. In fact, he graduated with a criminal justice degree! But real estate has been good to him. With more than 400 Million in sales he beat the record for closed volume […]


The colors you surround yourself with affect your mood, according to Erin Lohafer, Visual Display Manager at Nebraska Furniture Mart, and we’re sure you’d probably agree! However, we know adding color to your space can be overwhelming and may bring you out of your comfort zone. To ease yourself into it, Lohafer suggests adding color […]

Protect your home from severe weather

From tornadoes to high winds and thunderstorms, severe weather can cause brutal damage to your home. Here are seven things you can do to keep your home as safe as possible if a storm hits: Store your vehicles – Park your vehicles inside your garage. If you don’t have a garage, move them to higher […]

Saturday Farmers’ Markets

It’s market season! Do your weekly shopping in the fresh air and support your local farmers while you’re at it: Here are 28 farmers’ markets all over the area.

10 uses for the unsung hero of your medicine cabinet!

You likely have a trusty bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide in your medicine cabinet, for treatment of minor cuts. But there are far more uses for this unassuming product than you could possibly imagine! Here is a list of 10 reasons to stock up: Clean tile and grout – Mix a half cup of baking soda […]

What You Can Get For $500,000 Right Now

Each part of Kansas, Missouri and the Kansas City metro area has its own feel, and its own market values. If you’re looking for a house in the $500,000-$550,000 range, your budget can get you very different sizes, amenities and lifestyles depending on where you’re looking. Here’s what you can get at that price point in eight different areas, from North KC to Wichita to Joplin.