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Kansas is located in the central region of North America, featuring a population of approximately 2,853,116 people. The state's landscape is comprised of rolling plains along the east, which recedes across to the west and is split up into a number areas. The Dissected Till Plains is located northeast and is comprised of high-rise cliffs and mountain ranges, as a result of rivers and streams cutting through the sector. The South Eastern Plains reach towards the south of the border; its region largely consists of flat terrain with few elevations. The Great Plains encapsulate the majority of the states western region, rising to nearly 4,000 feet above sea level at its peak.

Kansas economy relies considerably on the production of its agriculture. The most important part of the industry is its livestock which is comprised of cattle and calves; this accounts for almost 60 percent of the industry's revenue, making it an important factor of the areas livelihood. In terms of crops, Kansas is the highest contributor towards North America's wheat production; other grains produced in the state include corn, hay and soybeans. The mining industry serves a modest contribution to the economy as well, with petroleum, limestone, salt, gypsum and natural gas being the most important products. The service sector, businesses and established firms within local communities boast a high earning of revenue for the state. Located in the metropolitan areas of Kansas, local and state businesses such as private health care, hotels, call centers and repair shops each contribute greatly to the state.

The state's major cities include Topeka, Wichita, Kansas City, Overland Park and Lawrence, with Wichita being the largest city and Topeka established as the state's capital. Notable counties in the state include Douglas County, Leavenworth County, Reno County and Shawnee County. Topeka's housing market is currently strong, with the potential for bargain prices on Kansas foreclosures increasing among recent trends. Median listing prices went down 5 percent compared to last year, sitting at just below $115,000 on average. Wichita maintains a similar position, displaying the same price as Topeka, yet is down 11.5 percent in comparison to the previous year. With these trends, Kansas home foreclosures also display similar positive results among our listings.