Keeping Your Furniture Safe When Moving

One of the most challenging things about relocating is how to move furniture from Point A to Point B without damaging it in the slightest. Couches, tables, and beds are bulky, and it takes some preparation on your part and luck to make sure they get to their destination with nary a scratch. Here are some tips to keep your all your furniture safe when moving to another place.

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6 Home Upgrades That Will Cost You More Than You Want to Lose on Your Sale

When the season to sell your home approaches, it’s time to think strategically about what types of home upgrades you want to make in order to maximize your resale value and minimize the investment of time and money needed to upgrade. Preparation for your home’s sale starts months before putting it on the market, so begin by carefully evaluating the resources you have available to prepare. 

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Homebuyer Beware: Uncover Hidden Problems Before Buying a Home

When searching for a bigger home, or looking to downsize, it takes diligence to find the right one. Most homebuyers research online and find homes within their price range that possess their prioritized “must have” features. Next, it’s time to tour homes and narrow the prospects in order to land your dream home. Fortunately, most sellers are upfront and honest about the details of their home, but occasionally sellers glaze over hidden flaws that could cost a buyer in the long run.  

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Is Midtown Living Right for You?

Midtown is a largely residential district in the heart of a city. Tulsa’s Midtown runs north to south, 11th Street to 51st Street, and west to east from Riverside Drive to Yale.  The homes were built from the early 1900s to the 1950s, with styles ranging from Craftsman Bungalow, Ranch-Style to Greek Revival and Contemporary. “When these homes were being built, there was no ‘Midtown’, there was only Tulsa,” says Gordon Shelton.

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First-Time Homebuyer? Don’t Make a $30,000 Mistake!

Curb Appeal Is Just the Beginning

So, you can finally afford a mortgage payment and are ready to buy your first home, but the steps involved seem overwhelming. Before becoming a homeowner, you must decide which neighborhood is right for you, find a home that is in your budget and select a knowledgeable realtor that can navigate the daunting process from start to finish. But your very first step should be:

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10 Things Every Homebuyer Must Plan for in Their Home-Buying Budget

Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting experiences in a person’s life. But making the transition to homeownership can also be stressful. While a home is a valuable and wise investment, the process of finding a home loan, saving for the purchasing costs, and home shopping can feel overwhelming — especially the saving part. But it doesn’t have to be.

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Living Inside the Golden Horseshoe

Have you been considering breaking out of your old rut and kick-starting a new era in your life by moving into a new home? Are your closets bursting at the seams and your family needs more space? Or maybe, you’ve become empty-nesters and have been thinking about downsizing, but you don’t want to move into a retirement apartment just yet. Should you buy an existing home and begin remodeling? Should you find a lot, hire a contractor and build a house that fits your needs? Does considering your options boggle your mind and keep you where you are? Then maybe you should consider buying a newly-built home!

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