Oklahoma Land, Ranches & Horse Properties near Tulsa

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Commentary, opinions, philosophical musings, practical tips, and occasional rantings of a full-time real estate web maven based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Specializing in country horse farms, ranches, and estate homes in Tulsa, Jenks, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Mounds, Sperry, Bristow, Beggs, Catoosa, Inola, Verdigris, Oologah, and Owasso. Tulsa , Rogers, Creek, Osage, Okmulgee, Mayes, Pawnee, Okfuskee, Washington, Wagoner, and Muskogee County, and other counties in Northeast Oklahoma. Topics discussed include interface between oil & gas industry and real estate interests of landowners, farm and ranch issues, and great restaurants and places to visit in Green Country.
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    Is Your Storm Shelter Ready for the Next Round of Severe Storms?       Are you Ready for Tornado Season?   It's that time of year again when the weatherman tells us to get ready "just in case" a tornado touches down during a severe storm. Are you ready for tornado season? Is your storm shelte...
Posted about 1 year ago
This article was originally posted by a REALTOR® in Texas.  Nevertheless, the information is relevant for buyers in Oklahoma who are trying to understand their title opinion. Keep in mind, however, that you cannot get title insurance on the mineral estate.  Title insurance was only ever intended ...
Posted about 1 year ago
  Why Do You Need Flood Insurance? According to Edward L. Connor, Deputy Administrator, Insurance, for the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, "Floods can bring, mud trash and, if you don't have flood insurance, debt." If your home floods, you will incur debt to recover after a deva...
Posted about 1 year ago
The absorption rate in the Tulsa area is continuing to drop.  We have been moving towards a seller's maket in Tulsa for the past year.  Once we hit a six-month supply of houses on the market, we will no longer be in a buyer's market. Sellers are getting it.  They have been watching their home pri...
Posted about 1 year ago
In Oklahoma, you cannot foreclose on someone without due process. Ben Callicoat, a Tulsa lawyer specializing in bankruptcy and consumer law, told me that homeowner's rights are protected because Oklahoma is a Judicial Foreclosure State. Not all states have such laws that protect homeowners. This ...
Posted over 1 year ago
The house does not have to be falling down to be eligible for an FHA 203k renovation loan. It's so easy to do a this kind of loan.  You find the house.  You decide how you think it should be.  You get quotes for paint, carpeting, appliances, whatever.... and le voilà, you have a beautiful home fo...
Posted over 1 year ago
  Great Location, But the House Needs Work?  Consider an FHA 203k Loan. You found a home exactly where you want it to be.  The location is great! The lot is remarkable, but the house is too nice for a knock down. It's too bad the house needs so much updating.... It's so convenient...  but too muc...
Posted over 1 year ago
I tell my buyers in Tulsa, Oklahoma that the purpose of the home inspection is to find out if there is any reason they should not be buying the house.  Then if something is discovered during the period of investigations and reviews, they can get out of the deal right away and move on to another h...
Posted over 1 year ago
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Posted about 2 years ago
Those of you who know me already know that I think about everything theologically, and so it just seems approriate to deal with the topic of land from a theological and Biblical point of view. Several months back I posted an article on OKLandandRanches.com called What is Land? A Judaeo-Christian ...
Posted about 2 years ago
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AuthorBio: Debbie Solano has earned two Masters degrees: 1) an MLS (Masters in Library Science) from SUNY at Albany, School of Library and Information Science, 1978 and 2) an M.Div (Masters in Divinity) from Southern Methodist University, Perkins School of Theology, 1997. Debbie earned her Oklahoma Real Estate license in 1994 and has been a REALTOR full time since 2005. She is a member of the Greater Tulsa Board of REALTORS®(GTAR) and a member of the Northeast Oklahoma Board of REALTORS® (Grand Lake), the Oklahoma Association of REALTORS® (OAR), and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). She is also an active member of the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) and the REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI). Her professional real estate designations include: CRS, ABR, AHWD, CHMS, e-PRO, GRI, REOS, and SRES. She currently serves as the Membership Chairperson for the Oklahoma Chapter of the Council of Residential Specialists. Debbie is a Volunteer Visitor in the Pastoral Care Department at St. John Medical Center in midtown Tulsa. She is also a member of the choir at the Church of St. Mary in Brookside.