Relocating? Valuable Questions to Ask a Trusted Real Estate Company

Relocating can be energizing and fun, yet with all the details involved—it can be stressful. It’s not easy to relocate. Letting go of familiar surroundings can be unsettling even in the best of circumstances. Moving to a new state brings the opportunity to relocate everything from a new home to a new grocery store, school, favorite restaurant, and even new friends.


History in the Re-Making: Designing Harwelden

Perched on the edge of a chimney, looking out across Riverside Drive and the Arkansas River, is a small stone gargoyle. For nearly a century he has watched as the seasons and the city change around him, secure on his ledge come what may. To most, his very existence is an oddity. When people think of Oklahoma, it’s more dust and tornados, not gargoyles and Gothic architecture.

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8 Questions to Ask Before Buying Your First Home

There’s nothing quite like the thrill of buying your first home. The home-buying process can be complex to say the least, and navigating it for the first time can be overwhelming. Thankfully, many have been in your shoes, and if you’re willing to learn from their advice, you can bypass the potential of costly mistakes in the home-buying journey.  


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.


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. 


Homebuyers 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.