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Tips For Increasing your Home’s Curb Appeal

Before placing your home on the market, it is wise to make some upgrades to the outside of your home. Curb appeal is often an important factor in getting people to look at your home. Even if the inside of your home is in immaculate condition, if your yard has overgrown trees and bushes, flower… Read more »

Mortgage rates are friendly

All over the country, mortgage rates have been much friendlier to those who are looking to purchase a home on the market. Recent U.S. Federal Reserve actions have further bolstered investor optimism that interest rates on home loans will further decrease. This spells great news for potential homebuyers situated all over the United States, especially… Read more »

Buying a home while interest rates are still very manageable

Homebuyers know that the housing market has been pretty volatile in recent years, with many people in the market trying to snap up decent properties that have become devalued since the housing bubble burst. Real estate prices have been on a powerful upswing in recent months, but there are signs all across America that the… Read more »

Millennials on the Chisholm Trail

Since 1889, Kingfisher has been Oklahoma’s little jewel. As a part of the Chisholm Trail, Kingfisher was, in a way, a gateway to the west. Kingfisher is still a gateway, much like real estate in general in America, as young adults are purchasing real estate, making that westward expansion trip into full-fledged adulthood.   With… Read more »

Easy & Affordable Tips for Selling Your Home Quickly

If your home has been on the market for a while or you are thinking about placing your home for sale, here are some tips, with the help of HGTV, to spruce up your home and make it a marketable, must-have! Make Repairs – Even if it’s a minor project, seeing a home that requires… Read more »

Ways to Stay Safe Before, During and After a Tornado

“A tornado is a narrow, violently rotating column of air that extends from the base of a thunderstorm to the ground. Because wind is invisible, it is hard to see a tornado unless it forms a condensation funnel made up of water droplets, dust and debris. Tornadoes are the most violent of all atmospheric storms.”… Read more »

Real Estate Tips for First Time Home Buyers

The thrill and excitement for future possibilities can often affect judgment and result in rash decisions. Buying a home is one of the largest investments you’ll ever make and it’s a done deal once you sign on the dotted line. Doing homework ahead of time can assist you in making the smartest home buying decision…. Read more »

Getting Pre-Approved for a Mortgage

When you begin your search for a home, whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or not, there are important steps to take to ensure you find a home that you love, but also one that fits within your budget. Far too many times, people look for home’s out of their price range, setting themselves up for… Read more »