Building Business News April 2021

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April 2021

Spring Parade of Homes Begins April 24

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On the Cover: Tour #252, Shepard Homes

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Spring Parade of Homes Begins April 24 The Spring Parade of Homes returns to Kansas City April 24-May 9 and will feature 255 homes built by 98 home builders in eight counties across the Kansas City metropolitan area.


New Communities: Who’s Building Where?


Which communities on the Spring Parade are new and who’s building in them? We’ve got the details on three new communities, including where they are located, who’s building in them and how to find them on the Spring Parade.



By KCHBA Government Affairs Team PAC on the local level helps keep the industry strong in the face of mounting challenges. Learn more about how your KCHBA PAC contribution goes to work for you and how you can actively participate.

KCHBA Build-PAC Event Raises $22,705


Hand-rolled cigars from Kansas City Cigar Company, scotch and locally sourced prizes made for a fun evening at the KCHBA’s spring Build-PAC fundraiser, which took place on March 4 at the Timber Rock clubhouse, a B.L. Rieke development located in Lenexa, Kan.

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Spring Parade of Homes Begins April 24


he Spring Parade of Homes returns to Kansas City April 24May 9 and will feature 255 homes built by 98 home builders in eight counties across the Kansas City metropolitan area. Homes will range in price from $250,000 to more than $1.6 million. In addition to single-family homes, 30 maintenance-provided communities will also be featured on the Spring Parade. Sponsored by Mike Bryant Heating & Cooling, homes will be open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with free admission. Free Parade guides will be available for pickup at the KCHBA (I-435 & Holmes) and at all Parade homes during the dates of the event. Alternatively, attendees can download the mobile app to search homes, save their favorites and map their routes. “The Spring Parade has about the same number of homes on it as the Fall 2020 Parade had, which is a little unusual because it’s usually larger than the fall,” said 2021 Parade of Homes Chairman Gary Kerns of Gary Kerns Homebuilders. “But with the high cost of materials combined with low interest rates fueling consumer demand builders don’t seem to have a lot of excess inventory to put on the Parade.”

Tour #25, Homes by Chris

After the pandemic began, the demand for new homes with more space increased. Mudrooms and entryways are no longer an afterthought; they are now a space where mail is dropped off, groceries/ delivery boxes are collected, face coverings are removed and hands Tour #152, Gabriel Homes

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are sanitized. Additionally, outdoors spaces are being transforming into functional spaces to comfortably host a socially distanced backyard cookout. These trends will certainly be featured on the Spring Parade. Visit to search homes and read KCHBA’s Covid-19 guidelines for visiting homes on the Spring Parade. Regarding the contest held during the Parade, there are 63 entries for the Distinctive Plan and Design award and 64 entries for the Pick of the Parade contest. Winners of these awards will be announced during the Spring Parade of Homes Awards celebration, which will be held at the Overland Park Convention Center on Wed., April 28. The celebration was originally scheduled to take place at Arrowhead Stadium, but due to NFL Covid-19 restrictions, Arrowhead is unable to accommodate the large number of people that generally attend the awards ceremony. Look for more details about the awards celebration in the KCHBA’s weekly e-newsletter, This Week at the HBA.

Tour #152, Rob Washam Homes

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What’s New and Who’s Building Where?


he Parade of Homes offers the public one of the first opportunities to view new communities and developments in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The following communities will all be featured on the Spring 2021 Parade, taking place April 24-May 9. Read on to find out who is building in these new neighborhoods and where to find them.

Hoot Owl Ridge, a JW Larkin community With lots in Grain Valley’s Hoot Owl Estates almost sold out, construction of Hoot Owl Ridge is well underway. Hoot Owl Ridge is an estate lot community in the city of Blue Springs, Mo. Hoot Owl Ridge’s 43 lots range from 0.3 acres up to one acre. Homes are being built by Nick Zvacek Construction, Dave Richards Homebuilding, Inc. and Wyss Home Building LLC. Homes start in the $400,000s. Area amenities include quick access to Lake Tapawingo and Adam’s Dairy Walking Trail. Schools include Blue Springs South High School, Moreland Ridge Middle and Cordell Mason Elementary.

Cadence, a Hunt Midwest development Located at 1406 NW 108th St. in Kansas City, Mo., Cadence is nestled among the rolling hills of Kansas City’s Northland. The community features homes built by Aspen Homes, Ernst Brothers Home Construction, Hearthside Homes, IHB Homes, McFarland Custom Builders, New Mark Homes, Olympus Custom Homes, Patriot Homes and SAB Homes. A convenient commute to KCI Airport and downtown Kansas City are just two perks Cadence has to offer.

Tour #69 by Dave Richards Homebuilding, Inc. is located in Hoot Owl.

Parade tour #56 by Patriot Homes is located in the Cadence community. This home is sold.

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Wolf Run, a Prime Development community Construction in Wolf Run is just beginning near 177th Street and Pflumm, near Heritage Park and the Overland Park Arboretum. Builders featured in this subdivision include Pauli Homes, Calyn Homes, Gabriel Homes and Crestwood Custom Homes. Homes in Wolf Run will be priced from the $400,000s. There are two homes on the Spring Parade in Wolf Run, both at the framing stage: Tour #143 by Crestwood Custom Homes and Tour #144 by Gabriel Homes. For more information visit



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The Impact of KCHBA’s Local PAC Legal Perspective By the KCHBA Government Affairs Team


id you know that the KCHBA has a local Political Action Committee (KCHBA PAC)?

Metro area. These meetings allow for a continuous dialogue between municipalities and the residential construction industry to assist in cultivating and maintaining symbiotic relationships. Municipal meetings provide an opportunity for builders and their teams to have scheduled quarterly touch points with the cities to build a rapport with city staff and obtain updates on current and upcoming projects. Attendees may provide feedback on building and development processes that the city is expecting to work on as well as comment on current practices. KCHBA staff recognize that time is money, so we work to help provide you with the knowledge, tools, and contacts that you and your team needs to successfully navigate each municipality.

The HBA’s Political Action Committee, KCHBA PAC, enables members to strengthen their civic involvement by helping to elect pro-housing candidates at the local and state level. Voluntary contributions from members strengthen the KCHBA PAC’s participation and keeps the industry strong in the face of mounting challenges. KCHBA PAC Trustees meet several times throughout the year to take a close look at candidates running for public office and discuss how certain races could impact a wide range of issues. Due to our advocacy efforts, we gain the attention of candidates who affect crucial decisions on building and economic development and efforts to pass legislation and regulations that protect homeownership. These legislators cast informed votes that make a difference in issues such as growth management, tax breaks, building codes, mandatory fire sprinklers, etc. BUILD PAC (Federal Candidates) vs KCHBA PAC (State and Local Candidates)

In 2020 the KCHBA was involved in 75+ meetings with local candidates and council members, attended over 150 community events and hosted 24 meetings with local building and development departments.

KCHBA’s membership is one of the strongest supporters in the nation for BUILD-PAC and has twice in recent years ranked as the largest fundraiser in the nation for BUILD-PAC. Contributions to the national group not only support our federal legislators, but a portion of those contributions are provided to the KCHBA PAC, which allows for additional support of local and state candidates.

What can you do to support the future of YOUR industry? Give. Support the local KCHBA PAC by contributing annually; to make it easy, there is a $75 KCHBA PAC addon that is available when you renew your membership every year. Attend. Members are encouraged to represent the residential construction industry by attending municipal meetings, political fundraisers, and meetings with candidates and council members, as well as relevant community events.

Participate. When attending meetings and events, constructively provide feedback regarding your experiences building and developing in the KC metro area. Share your insight and recommendations regarding local and state candidates and elected officials that support the residential construction industry through their leadership.

In 2020 the KCHBA was involved in 75+ meetings with local candidates and council members, attended over 150 community events and hosted 24 meetings with local building and development departments.

To contribute to the local KCHBA PAC or for questions regarding the KCHBA’s advocacy efforts, please contact the Government Affairs Team: Courtney Reyes, Kansas, at and Jordynn Webster, Missouri, at

The KCHBA hosts quarterly meetings with the building and development departments of high permitting cities in the KC


KCHBA Foundation Now Accepting Grant Requests KCHBA members, as leaders in our industry as well as our communities, recognize the importance of continually improving the quality of life in the Kansas City area. The association’s Foundation, the charitable arm of the KCHBA, is now accepting grant requests from non-profit organizations who share our commitment to our neighbors. The Foundation is dedicated to advancing charitable, educational and community causes such as housing-related issues, rebuilding declining neighborhoods, restoration of existing structures, building industry workforce, housing disaster relief and community redevelopment. The Foundation will be accepting grant applications from now through April 2021 for the first quarterly grant approvals in 2021. If you know of a deserving organization that fits this criteria, please contact


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DesignKC Magazine to Debut in September DesignKC is the brainchild of Publisher Keith Sauro and Editorin-Chief Andrea Darr, formerly the producers of Kansas City Homes and Gardens magazine. DesignKC will be dedicated solely to the home industry at the highest level of Midwest luxury. Look for the Kansas City area’s most inspirational architecture, building and remodeling projects, interior design and outdoor landscapes. “Anyone who has an appreciation for good design will find something they love in DesignKC,” says Darr. DesignKC will be published quarterly and available at more than 150 newsstands, as well as thousands of mailboxes. Online issues will be available at, along with online-only projects, news and an events calendar.

Summit Homes’ Raising Hope KC to Benefit Hope Haven

Kansas City Homes & Style’s 2021 TOP HOMES

Summit Homes, with the support of local businesses and fellow KCHBA members, has again committed to building a home as close to zero cost as possible. 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of this home will be donated to Hope Haven of Cass County, the 2020-2021 Raising Hope KC charitable beneficiary. Hope Haven is an invaluable community resource, providing safe shelter, concentrated supportive services, community resources, and education to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Since opening its doors in August 1995, over 16,000 survivors have been served by Hope Haven. They have continued to expand services, including an animal shelter for residents’ pets, street outreach and housing advocacy.

2021 is the sixth year for Kansas City Homes & Style’s TOP HOMES. This list showcases outstanding home builders with progressive design ideas and construction techniques, along with the welcoming communities in which they reside. Congratulations to the following KCHBA members featured: John Geer Custom Homes; Rob Washam Homes; BeHome, LLC; Suma Design and Construction; Arvest Bank; Lambie Custom Homes; Syler Construction, Inc.; Bodine-Ashner Builders Legacy and NZC Homes. Way to go!

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2021 Foundation Topgolf Tournament


CHBA members enjoyed a beautiful, albeit rainy, night at Topgolf on March 10 for the second annual KCHBA Foundation Tournament. Event sponsors and over 25 teams raised a total of $4,433 to support the Foundation. Thanks to our members, the Foundation is able to support local charitable organizations such as Habitat KC, Veterans Community Project, Rebuilding Together KC – just to name a few. Thank you again to our 2021 Topgolf sponsors: • Sip & Grip Sponsors: McCray Lumber & Millwork, Shamrock Cabinets • Hand Sanitizer Sponsor: ProSource • Friend of the Foundation: BANK21

• 2021 KCHBA Foundation Topgolf Champion: Brady Weins, Spire

The 50/50 Raffle contributed $1,600 of the total amount raised at this year’s tournament. Additional raffle prizes included a four-person golf outing at Loch Lloyd (courtesy of Ashlea Black) and a full-page ad in the Real Estate Book & New Home Guide (courtesy of Lonny Cohen).

• 50/50 Raffle: Mark Yancik, McCray Lumber & Millwork • Loch Lloyd golf outing: James Foley, High Definition Drywall • Real Estate Book & New Home Guide ad: Angie Beerup, Elevate Design + Build

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KCHBA Build-PAC Event Raises $22,705


and-rolled cigars from Kansas City Cigar Company, scotch and locally sourced prizes made for a fun evening at the KCHBA’s spring Build-PAC fundraiser, which took place on March 4 at the Timber Rock clubhouse, a B.L. Rieke development located in Lenexa, Kan. The evening included scotch tastings, games and trivia, and several gift baskets featuring KC-made products. Why does KCHBA host a Build-PAC fundraiser every year? Because elections matter and have a lasting impact. That’s why it is so important for NAHB members to be engaged in the political process every step of the way. Build-PAC, NAHB’s bipartisan political arm, helps elect pro-housing, pro-business candidates to federal office and is critical to NAHB’s success on Capitol Hill. During the 2019-2020 election cycle, Build-PAC contributed to 355 U.S. congressional candidates (of which 95 percent won on Nov. 3) and played in more than 100 competitive races. BuildPAC was able to accomplish this through nearly 100 fundraising events and campaigns across the country, expanding PAC participation within NAHB’s councils and committees, and continuing to grow its high donor clubs. During the scotch and cigars event, KCHBA raised $22,705 for Build-PAC! And the total for the 2021-22 cycle YTD is $32,705. KCHBA thanks all who have supported this industry through contributions.


2021 Directories Now Available


he 2021 KCHBA membership directories are printed! Primary members can expect to receive one in the mail in the near future. Need more copies? Please feel free to stop by the KCHBA office. As always, the online directory will be updated in real-time throughout the year and can be found at

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Counties, Cities Update Covid-19 Guidelines


he Johnson County Board of County Commissioners approved a new Public Health Order on March 25. It includes requirements for physical distancing in public spaces and the wearing of face masks. The order went into effect on 12:01 a.m. on Friday, March 26 and will be in place through 11:59 p.m. on April 30, 2021. For a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs), visit

the Kansas City Health Department will be available for consultation to ensure safety at these events. • Provided all attendees follow masking and social distancing guidelines, there is no upper limit on gathering size. • Patrons of gyms, fitness, and recreational centers, including city, school, and other publicly-owned and managed facilities, must require masks and allow for six-feet of social distancing between parties.

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Housing Starts Holding Steady but Costs Continue to Climb

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The number of single-family housing permits issued in February held steady compared to January 2021 and this time last year, according to the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City’s (KCHBA) monthly Residential Building Permit Statistics report. With 482 single-family permits issued, February’s total was up slightly from the January 2021 count of 406. Similarly, the number of single-family permits in 2020 year-to-date was 830 and in 2021 that number rose to 888.

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But there are concerns about how the rising costs of materials and interest rates will affect the industry as the year continues. Lumber prices continue to climb with no signs of reversing course anytime soon, according to KCHBA members in the industry. Additionally, interest rates have increased the past two months to slightly above 3 percent, according to Freddie Mac.

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“A recent study by the National Association of Home Builders has determined that 1.3 million households will be unable to purchase a home priced $346,757 if mortgage interest rates increase from 2.75 percent to 3 percent,” said Will Ruder, executive vice president of the KCHBA. “Given this striking cost-sensitivity datapoint, it is more important than ever that our municipal and county partners recognize that seemingly small, incremental increases in building and development requirements will mean the difference between families being able to afford a safe, efficient newly built home or not.”

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Kansas City, Mo., issued the most single-family permits in the eight-county area with 97, followed by Overland Park, Kan., with 50. Lee’s Summit, Mo., Olathe, Kan., and Blue Springs, Mo., rounded out the top five municipalities in residential permit counts with 42, 38 and 25, respectively.

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Johnson County was the top single-family permitting county with 155, followed by Jackson County with 110, and Clay County with 76 single-family permits issued in February.

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Residential Building Permit Statistics

Residential Building Permit Statistics JANUARY 2021 CASS COUNTY Archie Belton Cass County Cleveland Drexel Harrisonville Lake Winnebago Lee's Summit Peculiar Pleasant Hill Raymore Village of Loch Lloyd

CLAY COUNTY Clay County Excelsior Springs Gladstone Kansas City Kearney Lawson Liberty North Kansas City Pleasant Valley Smithville JACKSON COUNTY Blue Springs Buckner Grain Valley Grandview Greenwood Independence Jackson County Kansas City Lake Lotawana Lee's Summit Oak Grove Raytown Sugar Creek PLATTE COUNTY Kansas City Parkville Platte City Platte County Riverside Weatherby Lake Weston JOHNSON COUNTY De Soto Edgerton Fairway Gardner Johnson County Leawood Lenexa Merriam Mission Hills Olathe Overland Park Prairie Village Roeland Park Shawnee Spring Hill Westwood

Single MultiFamily Family Total Units^ Units% Units 0 8 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 9 0 25

0 0 0 31 4 0 9 0 0 4 48

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 8 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 9 0 25

0 0 0 31 4 0 9 0 0 4 48

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M-F Units YTD

Total Units YTD

0 8 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 9 0 25

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 8 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 9 0 25

0 0 0 31 4 0 9 0 0 4 48

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 31 4 0 9 0 0 4 48

February 2021

Single MultiFamily Family Total Units^ Units% Units LEAVENWORTH COUNTY Basehor 14 0 14 Lansing 0 0 0 Leavenworth County 0 0 0 Leavenworth 0 0 0 Tonganoxie 1 0 1 15 0 15 WYANDOTTE COUNTY Bonner Springs Edwardsville KCK/Wyandotte Co MIAMI COUNTY Louisburg Miami County Osawatomie Paola Spring Hill Totals

S-F Units YTD

M-F Units YTD

Total Units YTD

14 0 0 0 1 15

0 0 0 0 0 0

14 0 0 0 1 15

0 0 21 21

0 0 0 0

0 0 21 21

0 0 21 21

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Comparison of Single Family Building Units for Greater Kansas City (Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami, Wyandotte Counties)

19 0 1 0 0 5 4 11 0 40 0 0 0 80

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

19 0 1 0 0 5 4 11 0 40 0 0 0 80

19 0 1 0 0 5 4 11 0 40 0 0 0 80

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

19 0 1 0 0 5 4 11 0 40 0 0 0 80

9 3 0 15 1 0 0 28

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 3 0 15 1 0 0 28

9 3 0 15 1 0 0 28

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 3 0 15 1 0 0 28

4 0 0 2 5 2 20 0 0 56 63 8 0 5 18 0 183

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 44

4 0 0 2 5 2 20 0 0 100 63 8 0 5 18 0 227

4 0 0 2 5 2 20 0 0 56 63 8 0 5 18 0 183

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 44

4 0 0 2 5 2 20 0 0 100 63 8 0 5 18 0 227

Month/Year January February March April May June July August September October November December

2014 287 216 362 439 385 364 375 352 383 468 312 328

2015 240 260 393 437 395 438 399 425 462 459 360 432

2016 274 408 542 523 503 578 494 536 424 466 417 352

Annual Total




2017 2018 457 463 477 463 571 549 562 564 504 598 567 569 512 485 480 514 514 353 583 485 502 354 468 276 6,197


2019 2020 2021 234 355 406 234 475 357 438 411 434 391 374 387 421 471 493 429 444 396 557 500 510 410 404 434 461 4,654



Comparison of Permits By Units Issued Year to Date

2014 - 2021 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

S-F Units 287 240 274 457 463 234 355 406

M-F Units 539 214 85 10 0 407 67 44

Total Units 826 454 359 467 463 641 422 450

^The Single Family number is units and includes both attached and detached units. %Multi-Family units are in buildings with 5 or more units. # Not available at time of report Permit information reflects the most recent data at time of publication. In order to ensure accurate recording of residential building permit statistics, the HBA may revise monthly and year-to-date figures when updated data is made available. Copyright 2021 Home Builders Assoc of Greater Kansas City. All rights reserved.


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