Friday, June 26, 2009

Just Sold Land in Two Counties!

On State Highway 39, between 168th and 180th, Lexington, Oklahoma, in Cleveland County... just sold a 6.63 acre tract that had been on the real estate market since 2006! My customer, that bought it, said he'd been looking for sometime and this tract was exactly what he and his wife were looking for! $20,000.

The other tract was just off State Highway 39 on Crestview Road, Purcell, Oklahoma, in McClain County. Washington school districts was the big draw for this customer. He he going to build a mini horse ranch. A bargain at $39,000.

I'm always so excited when I put a buyer and seller together!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Home Inspection Finds Unwanted Resident

Local home inspector, Gary Allen, with Premier Home Inspections, shared this great report. Detailed information is documented and photographed when a buyer is purchasing a home, and has hired a home inspector to "look over" the house for the buyers behalf.

In this case, a cute bandit raccoon has made his way into the interior of the walls and made a home for himself. Needless to say... the seller's will have to hire a wildlife wrangler to remove the raccoon and repair the damage made by him... or her.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Home Purchase Continue To Be Stable in Oklahoma

According the statistics gleaned from the National Association of Realtors... Oklahoma City area markets continue to be stable and show increase in sales compared to:
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Sacramento, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Akron, Ohio
It's not a great time to sell but a wonderful time for buyers with the tax incentives and current 6% to 6.5% interest rates! Interest rates are anticipated to go up... so don't wait.

Recycle Fluorescent Light Bulbs

When a CFL bulb burns out... make sure to dispose of it properly, because the contain a very small amount of mercury sealed within the glass tubing. The Enviromental Protection Agency recommends that consumers recycle these bulbs.

Local recyclig options are listed at http://wwwepa.gove/bulbrecycling or Home Depot also accepts intact light bulbs for recycling.