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McGraw REALTORS®—your local Tulsa REALTOR® to help you buy or sell your home with confidence.
Our McGraw agent, Laura, was very, very helpful and made myself, as a first time home seller, feel comfortable throughout the whole process. She proved to be very knowledgable and really takes the time to make sure both parties are treated fairly. I would highly recommend Laura as she is one of the best.
Heather will take care of all your needs to sell your home or find you the perfect home of your dreams. She works so hard and will do whatever it takes to get the job done. Thank you, Heather, for selling my house so fast and getting me top dollar.
Heather was amazing. She made herself available to our schedule. She listened to our needs wants and hopes for a new home. We moved to Tulsa from east coast New York. Heather was so helpful in guiding us through the buying process here. She went with us everywhere we needed to be to get ready to purchase our home. I would highly recommend Heather as a realtor to anyone who wants a go getter and who has your interests at heart.
Cathy Trevithiy, Customer
I truly loved working with Jamie. She had such a great attitude going into the project of finding me a home. Not only was she super knowledgeable but she made it fun. We looked at so many houses in such a short amount of time, I was surprised she could make it work. It was such a great experience working with her and I would definitely recommend others to use Jamie to find their perfect home.
Colton Jeffery Scott, On premise advanced sales @ ldf companies
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