Can thieves get into your home with a coat hanger? The answer is YES, it may be that easy for someone to break into your home. Kinda scary, huh? Here’s how you can stop them for less than a buck: PLEASE BE SURE YOU SHARE THIS WITH EVERYONE YOU KNOW!
I just did what I recommend to all Realtors. I Moved. Moving gives us a good solid slap-in-the-face reminder of what our clients deal with. It refreshes and restocks the empathy we need for our clients. In addition to all of that, I picked up a great system for helping speed up the unpacking/organizing headache […]
Did you resolve in the new year to get your budget under control? Here’s some pretty interesting and useful data on affordability and money management, and it doesn’t hurt that it features our great city as one of the Top !0 Most Budget-Friendly Metros. What are your thoughts? Is OKC a pretty affordable place to […]
It’s funny. At the first of the past several (at least 5) years, I’ve seen articles claiming that granite is “out.” Yet here we are in 2014 with no substantial change in the marketplace. While I do believe that there will eventually be a bigger, better countertop option to replace the popularity of granite, I’m […]
For the champions and opponents of Oklahoma education, here’s one for discussion. According to USA Today, Oklahoma now leads the country in lowest education spending. Does lowest cost per pupil automatically put us at the bottom for quality of education, or does it mean that we’re getting more bang for our buck?
What makes an aspirational city? This article, listing the “Hot U.S. Cities That Offer Both Jobs and Culture,” cites the following: 50% Economy 25% Quality of Life 25% Demographic Factors But I like the following excerpt: Yes, the great rule of aspirational cities is that they change over time, becoming sometimes less entrepreneurial, more expensive, […]