Moving to Kansas?

When considering a move to the state of Kansas, also known as the “Sunflower State”, or the “Jayhawk State", you are probably interested in learning about some of the highlights and perks of living there.

We can provide you with invaluable information that will give you a glimpse into Kansas culture and guide you through the many options available in the different areas of the state. Whether you are looking for a condo, an individual home, or some other type of rental, we are sure to have something that you will be excited to call home.

Choosing a Location

Part of the "bread basket of America," Kansas is a largely agricultural state due to its vast, flat plains that are great for farming. Wichita, Overland Park, and Kansas City are the three largest cities in the state. Although the state is mostly agrarian, the majority of the state's population lives in urban areas and has been migrating there from the rural areas for the last few decades.

Fun Facts

1. The state of Kansas was named after the Kansas River which is derived from a Native American word meaning, "south wind."
2. The geographic center for the entire continental United States is in Kansas.
3. The correct term for someone from Kansas is a "Kansan." They are also sometimes referred to as "Jayhawks," a term originating from a reference made by an Irishman named Pat Devin during the 1856 conflicts between Missouri and Kansas.


Kansas has a tough, pioneering history and was the home of several historic figures such as Buffalo Bill Cody, Wyatt Earp, and Wild Bill Hickok. It is home to several national historic trails including the California Trail, the Lewis & Clark Trail, the Pony Express Trail, and the Santa Fe Trail. Atchinson, about an hour drive north of Kansas City, is famous for being the birthplace of Amelia Earhart, the celebrated woman pilot who was the first to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone. The Kansas Museum of History in Topeka has many compelling exhibits about these and other historical events and people native to the state.

Being an Informed Renter

Before renting, it is a good idea to be aware of your rights and responsibilities as a renter in Kansas. The Kansas Tenant Rights, Laws, and Protections can be accessed online at http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states/kansas/renting/tenantrights and will serve as reference to make sure you have the best rental experience possible.

Renters’ Resources

1. To learn more about the types of public transportation systems Kansas has to offer, visit http://www.apta.com/resources/links/unitedstates/Pages/KansasTransitLinks.aspx
2. Information about vehicle registration, permits, inspections, etc. can be accessed at http://www.kansas.gov/services/transportation/
3. For voter registration information in Kansas, visit http://www.kssos.org/elections/elections_registration.html
4. For information on Kansas taxes, see http://www.ksrevenue.org/
5. Due to its flat geography, Kansas is very susceptible to tornados. Tornado preparedness information can be found at http://www.quakekare.com/emergency-preparedness/tornado-preparedness.html

Leave the House-Hunting to Us

Working through all the logistics of job transfers, packing and trying otherwise preparing for your move can be busy enough without stressing over finding the perfect place to live. We can make that part easier at least. We will provide you with a comprehensive list of houses, condos, and townhomes for rent in Kansas to choose from, leaving you free to enjoy the journey.