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2009 

Since I got back from Houston I have been working with my investment assistant, Orjana Beck, on putting together the right type of investments for the weekend conference being held in San Francisco. Orjana has already left for San Francisco and I am staying behind. I am trying to take a gradual a...
Posted about 5 years ago
I was about to blog about a new low cost investment opportunity in Oklahoma real estate, but something important happened. I went to Houston Sunday for my Monday PET scan at M.D. Anderson. Six weeks earlier I was there to get my CT scan to see how the radiation therapy worked. At that time they p...
Posted about 5 years ago
This has been a fun series of post becasue of the Realtor response. First of all, my apology for not mentioning GRI. I think it is a great way for new Realtors to do more than just learn how to pass a real estate exam. It is great for learning the basics of this business whihc if you don't know y...
Posted about 5 years ago
I was surpised that my post on designations got so many responses so quickly. I thank are the comments that were courteous and thoughtful. Not all your blog post get that kind of treatment. First, I loved the dedication to pursuing excellence through desgination education. Obviously you can't men...
Posted about 5 years ago
I was surpised that my post on designations got so many responses so quickly. I thank are the comments that were courteous and thoughtful. Not all your blog post get that kind of treatment. First, I loved the dedication to pursuing excellence through desgination education. Obviously you can't men...
Posted about 5 years ago
Not all designations are created equal. Certainly all designations have value because they expose us to ideas that give us the specialized tools to excel. The market we are in demands more of us than it ever had. Competition is fierce and the dollars are smaller. The territorial imperative is in ...
Posted about 5 years ago
Two days ago I blogged about the 4  Horseman of the Real Estate Apocalypse which was Jobs, Inventory, Foreclosure Rate, and Affordability. Oklahoma City is rated as the lowest unemployment for cities over 1 million population, has a foreclosure sale rate of 4% of sales in 2008, absorption rates o...
Posted about 5 years ago
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I went through the MLS system for the Greater Oklahoma City area today looking for short sale listings. What I saw worried me. First, too many listings had been on the market 6 months or more without a contract. Our system rules requires that a pending contract be entered within 48 hours of the s...
Posted about 5 years ago
I just attended a meeting of all the Directors for the Oklahoma Association of Realtors this afternoon. In attendance and speaking was Charles McMillan the NAR President. He was in contact with Washington lawmakers all day, and had this to share with us. In the Senate and House conference on the ...
Posted about 5 years ago
If your going to San Francisco as the 60's song goes don't wear flowers in your hair, find the non-tourist restaurants. Since I have the pleasure of going to SF often I get to add to my favorite places to eat. Some on the older list are Bix Restaurant in the Financial district, A16 in the Marina ...
Posted about 5 years ago
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We want to inform you of economic and demographic information in Oklahoma, as well as alert you to unique investment opportunities in both residential and commerical real estate. We also will step outside of our state to comment on important news and events as they shape our real estate world. This blog has opinions but is not dogmatic. We hope for open dialogues that make us all better Realtors that give exceptional service to our communities.