Please join us in welcoming the Tetsworth’s to our McGraw REALTORS® Memorial Office. Julie was born in San Antonio, Texas, and attended Alamo Heights and Robert E Lee High Schools, graduating from the later. She focused on marketing and business at Texas Tech University and Southwest Texas State University. Tetsworth worked in the oil industry, for the Houston Public Broadcasting TV Network, and in various Texas political campaigns before moving to Tulsa in 1980 with her husband, Len, who is also licensed and will join Julie.(more…)
Joshua Anderson has joined McGraw REALTORS® Memorial Office. Anderson was born in Salt Lake City, UT and graduated from Pryor High School after moving to Oklahoma. After high school, Anderson went on to study business management at TCC and OSU, and spent several years in retail management in the outdoor industry. In 2016 he obtained his real estate license and began his real estate career.
In his spare time, Anderson enjoys being outdoors – fly fishing, backpacking, and camping – and is a volunteer with his church. When asked why he chose McGraw, he said, “the company has a reputation of quality, adding value to their clientele, and standing firm on creating positive change in the Tulsa real estate market.”
The luxury home of your dream awaits—with your optimal location preference, impressive architectural style, outstanding landscaping, the finest finishes, lavish amenities, and state-of-the-art appliances and technology. A luxury home purchase is in a class by itself, and in order to find the best match for your desires, several vital steps need to be taken.(more…)
Tammy Perry is a highly respected REALTOR® in the Tulsa community with a great reputation of serving her clients with top-notch service. Tammy is enthusiastic and energetic with a true passion for what she does. Tammy attended Northeastern State University & Pittsburg State University (more…)
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.
Matthew Gray has joined McGraw REALTORS® Rockford Office. Gray was born and raised in Tulsa and graduated from Thomas Edison Preparatory High School. He obtained a Bachelor’s in Finance with an Accounting and Energy Finance minor from Oklahoma State University and received his real estate license in June of 2018.
During college, Gray was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon as well as the National Society of Leadership and Success. He has volunteered with the United Way throughout his collegiate career, serving weekly at the food bank and various charity events. Gray chose McGraw because, “I have a passion for real estate and want to learn as much as I can, and I felt McGraw was the best place for me to do that.”
Amanda Jarvis has joined McGraw REALTORS® Memorial Office. Jarvis was born in Grand Prairie, TX and moved to Oklahoma in 2007. She obtained her Child Development Associate certification from Tulsa Tech in 2008 and spent five years working in the field. Jarvis moved to Berryhill in 2012 with her husband and two sons, where they love to enjoy the outdoors and working on DIY furniture projects.
Jarvis obtained her real estate license in May of 2019 and joined McGraw after working as an assistant with Anthony & Heather Wilson at McGraw for the past year. When asked why she chose McGraw, Jarvis stated, “Current agents spoke very highly of the company, and I have seen their awesome support over the last year working with the Wilsons.”
If you own Grand Lake Real Estate, you deserve to sell it for a great price, and in a timely fashion. But selling a lakefront property is different than selling a typical home in the suburbs. Lake property isn’t just about the home itself; it’s about the lifestyle.Read More
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.Read More