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Regions of Kansas
The Midwest state of Kansas is divided into six major regions. You can find all Kansas regions listed below. To search for foreclosures and pre-foreclosures in a specific region, click on the region below.
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One of the most popular regions is the Northeast region, which houses the capital, Topeka and the largest city, Kansas City. The Northeast region of Kansas holds the most populated cities, as well as other suburbs and towns such as Mayetta, Linn, Hoyt, Oneida, and Bern- just to name a few. Whatever region in Kansas you choose, you can never go wrong with real estate investing in the Sunflower State! Kansas has a good amount of foreclosures and pre-foreclosures scattered throughout the state.
Cities in Southeast Kansas
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