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Security Self Storage - Oak

Gladstone, MO 64118 | 7.70 miles away (#11)
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Tips for Finding Self Storage in Kansas City, KS

If you're searching for self storage in Kansas City, there are a few things you should keep in mind. The pricing and availability of storage units in Kansas City will depend on several factors such as the real estate climate, the number of people moving into or throughout the area, housing conditions in the city, and the general wealth and prosperity of the area. We used US Census data on Kansas City to give you a better idea of these factors.

Kansas City, KS Self Storage and Moving

One of the primary uses of self storage is as a safe place to keep your things between moving homes. If many people are moving to or from Kansas City, prices could be higher and availability lower. A city with a high amount of moving activity should see substantial changes in population, so by looking at population data for Kansas City we can get a better idea of the amount of moving activity. The US Census tells us that the metro area population of Kansas City grew from 146,020 in 2010 to 149,636 in 2014, which is a rate of 2.48% growth over four years.

Self Storage and Real Estate in Kansas City, KS

One way to get an idea of the demand for housing and storage space in Kansas City is to look at housing occupancy and vacancy rates. If housing occupancy rates in Kansas City are high, it's probably safe to assume that storage facility occupancy rates in Kansas City are also high, which would push unit prices up. According to US Census estimates, 87% of housing units in Kansas City are occupied, while the vacancy rate is at 13%. The average occupancy rate in US cities is approximately 89%, which is lower than the rate in Kansas City, suggesting that storage unit inventory might also be tighter in Kansas City. With fewer units available, storage facilities in Kansas City may charge higher prices.