6 Tips to Buying a Lakefront Property

See yourself in your new lakefront home. Imagine looking out your tall windows at the multicolored sunset on the lake as your spouse grills the fish they caught earlier in the day. You gather the glasses of iced tea from your open kitchen and arrange them on the deck that overlooks your private, peaceful lakeshore. A breeze picks up just enough to bring the rhythmic slosh of your private boat dock as it rocks gently beneath the water’s edge. You can hardly wait until nightfall when you sing the young ones to sleep outside in a cozy wooden rocker.

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Are You One of The 14.19%?

According to the U.S. Census Bureau statistics, as of July 1, 2017, the total U.S. population was 325,719,178.  HomeData estimates that an average of 14.19% of the U.S. population moves every year. That may seem like a low percentage, but that is approximately 46,219,551 people relocating each year! Because there are so many Americans, even a small percentage represents a large number of people.

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8 Reasons to Invest in a Bigger Tulsa Home

Are you feeling cramped in your current home, needing more bedrooms for your growing family, wanting to entertain without feeling crowded into small spaces? Perhaps it’s time to consider purchasing a larger home and investing in the long-term satisfaction of knowing you made the best choice for you and your family.

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Top 6 Reasons to Sell Your Tulsa Home in 2018

Top 6 Reasons to Sell Your Tulsa Home in 2018

The year of 2018 is here, and with it comes a plethora of new home trends, and by trends, we mean changes in the housing market that could affect potential home buyers and potential home sellers. If you have been on the fence about putting your Tulsa home up for sale, 2018 may be the perfect year to finally list it on the market.

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Downtown Tulsa Living – Is It Right for You?

Living The NEW, Old Fashioned Way

The idea of living downtown may seem cutting-edge to Tulsa, but not to major and coastal cities across the US. It’s no secret that the trend towards living in a walkable community has been on the upswing for over two decades now and is only getting more popular. With the revitalization going on in major downtown municipalities, bringing in new dining, entertainment and recreation venues, the increase in the downtown population is growing. So is the idea of giving obsolete offices and vacant buildings a new lease-on-life as well as turning unused spaces into urban dwellings.

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