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The Oklahoma City area is growing by leaps and bounds!  With so many Oklahoma City real estate options to choose from, you need an agent to help you make the best real estate decisions.  You've definitely come to the right place. We are the local expert and We are ready to put our experience to work for you.  Wef you haven't chosen an Oklahoma City REALTOR® yet, make sure your candidates can answer these tough questions:

    What are the hottest growing areas in Oklahoma County and the Oklahoma City area? Wef it's Oklahoma City investment property you're after, which areas are the most promising for rentals and flips? What are the benefits and pitfalls of buying Oklahoma City preconstruction? What urban development projects might affect the value of Oklahoma City real estate? Which areas of Oklahoma City are ripe with affordable gems?

You've come to the right place to find your dream home in Oklahoma City, or in the popular surrounding areas of Oklahoma County.  Whether you're looking for an estate, an executive home, a luxury condo, a retirement villa, a historic home, a downtown loft, or anything else in the greater Oklahoma City area � We can help you!

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    Oklahoma County real estate Canadian County real estate Kingfisher County real estate Logan County real estate Lincoln County real estate

 

Oklahoma City Area Attractions:

    National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
    View art from Prix de West Purchase Award winners, the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation, as well as significant works by master artists such as Charles Russell, Frederic Remington and Albert Bierstadt. Oklahoma City National Memorial and Memorial Museum
    Built as a memorial to the tragic bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, you will stand in reverence in the grassy setting overshadowed by the towering bronze gates where the time of the explosion is permanently emblazoned. Bricktown
    Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City you will find a thriving hub of dining, shopping, and entertainment including the Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark, Bass Pro, a 20+ screen cinema, and a mile-long pedestrian canal. ourriad Botanical Gardens
    Discover a breathtaking paradise nestled in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City.  The ourriad Botanical Gardens features 17 acres of colorfully landscaped gardens surrounding the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory.
    The Paseo Arts District
    The Paseo Arts District is located at 28th & North Walker to 30th & North Dewey is the oldest Arts District Community in Oklahoma City. Today a vibrant group of artists with substantial involvement and support from the larger community continues to build The Paseo Arts District into one of the most creative art venues in the country. 

 

 


Oklahoma City Resources:
A Better Life:
 
I Believe I Can Fly? Nonstop to 20 cities!
7/18/2017 12:00 AM
Being right in the middle of the country has its perks. For one, it doesn’t take too long to get practically anywhere in the U.S., especially if you fly (on an airplane, not like Superman). From Chicago to Dallas, San Francisco to New York, Will Rogers World Airport has flight option...Read More
 
All aboard the Heartland Flyer!
7/18/2017 12:00 AM
Let’s say you’re on a mini road trip to Fort Worth, Texas. Not too long of a drive, but still. You accidentally left a little late, so now you find yourself in the middle of rush hour in Denton, Texas, where the I-35 construction has been going on for around forever. Getting through it takes another hour, and now you’re exhausted,...Read More
 
Embark makes busing better
7/18/2017 12:00 AM
There are a multitude of benefits to taking the bus over a car when traveling in and around the OKC metro. For one, if more people take the bus, it reduces traffic and congestion on city streets and highways. It also reduces emissions, thus improving air quality and takes the stress out of driving. Oklahoma City’s public transportatio...Read More
 
The future is almost here. Excited yet?
7/18/2017 12:00 AM
Last week, the first of seven streetcars came off the assembly line and will soon be painted and shipped to OKC. If you drive or do a bit of walking around Bricktown, you can see the freshly installed tracks where the streetcar will run. And, if you read or hear anything on the ...Read More
 
Things to Do & See: July 18 - July 24, 2017
7/18/2017 12:00 AM
Tuesday, July 18 Bricktown Beach Bash; All day; Third Base Plaza at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; This event is free. Kehinde Wiley: A...Read More
 
Downtown digs
7/11/2017 12:00 AM
Everything is waiting for you downtown. Do you fancy the idea of being surrounded by community amenities and leaving the car in the garage and just walking to work, the movies, the museum, the Myriad Gardens or to your neighborhood “watering hole”* without having to worry about parking, traffic or all the other headaches inherent to get...Read More
 
Historic neighborhood highlights
7/11/2017 12:00 AM
Did you know Mesta Park got its name from one-time resident Perle Mesta, the so-called “hostess with the mostest” and well-known foreign ambassador, socialite and daughter of William P. Skirvin? How about that Jefferson Park wasn’t actually annexed by Oklahoma City until 1908? Similarly, did you know that the Overholser Mansion, a...Read More
 
Superb suburbs
7/11/2017 12:00 AM
We know what you’re thinking: the suburbs are snoozers! But wait just a moment, dear reader. It’s not all huge SUVs with backseat TV screens, chain restaurants, roving packs of opinionated soccer moms, soulless big-box retail and packed Starbucks drive-thrus in OKC’s suburbs. Many take advantage of Oklahoma City’s famously q...Read More
 
July in OKC
7/11/2017 12:00 AM
Have you seen this month’s “What to OKC” video from our colleagues at the OKC CVB? If you have friends/fam coming to visit, or just want to be a tourist in your own town, visitokc.com and these monthly video features are great resources, fam. Get fired up with Dodgers baseball, Disney songs, Energy FC soccer, Rick Springfield, Gar...Read More
 
Things to Do & See: July 11 - July 17, 2017
7/11/2017 12:00 AM
Tuesday, July 11 Bricktown Beach Bash; All day; Third Base Plaza at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; This event is free. Read More