Archive for February, 2016

Selling your Home? Curb appeal is its first impression!

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

Boost Curb Appeal Think of curb appeal the same way you would a date or a job interview: It’s the first impression that potential buyers will have of your home. Whether they’re doing a drive-by to determine whether they’d like to see the inside or they’ve already scheduled a showing, you’ll want your home to look its […]

Just Listed – Fantastic Home in Deer Creek Schools

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Just Listed – 5600 NW 130th ST, Oklahoma City, OK 73142 – Unique 2 story architecture incorporating Craftsman and modern elements. Located in this tranquil small gated community and backs to a gorgeous creek with open views. The creek runs from Martin Nature Center and is home to many birds, deer and other wildlife that you […]

What you are really getting when you hire a Realtor!

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

The thing about Realtors: They wear a lot of different hats. Sure, they’re salespeople, but they actually do a whole heck of a lot to earn their commission. They’re constantly driving around, checking out listings for you. They spend their own money on marketing your home (if you’re selling). They’re researching comps to make sure you’re getting the […]

The newest technologies for conserving water in your home!

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Drought conditions have eased up in some parts of the country, but the market for water-efficient products remains red hot. One of the most innovative show offerings was the AquaBoy Pro II from Aquarius Brands, an atmospheric water generator that produces up to five gallons of purified water, hot or cold, from the air. One […]

Consumer Reports: A kitchen remodel is still your best bet!

Monday, February 1st, 2016

The Kitchen Is Still King Buyers of all kinds have long focused on the kitchen, but it holds particular sway over the newest wave of first-time homeowners. A “modern/updated kitchen” topped the list of ideal home features in our survey of millennials, registering as most important to more than a third of respondents. If you […]