team webb real estate: What does a Seller need to know for a home inspection in Edmond OK - 04/18/13 10:17 AM
We recently posted a blog about whether or not home inspections are necessary for a buyer. And for the seller, there is no choice if the buyer opts to have a home inspection.
So, if your home is inspected, how on earth do you prepare for it? The home should be as clean as when the buyers first looked at the home.
Make sure all the light bulbs are all working throughout the house.
Make sure all accesses to the attic, crawl space or basement are clear. It’s easy to overlook, leaving boxes to be moved by the inspector. Especially if … (0 comments)

team webb real estate: Edmond is the BEST place to live! - 07/05/12 05:14 PM

Edmond is the BEST place to live! This video details every reason why.
Contact us today to find out how to locate here in Edmond. It really IS the best time to buy - Housing is affordable and the interest rates are at HISTORICAL lows. We'll help you find the best home for needs!
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team webb real estate: Buy Homes Now! - 01/19/12 10:09 PM
Home Prices Now Compared To Peak of Bubble Since the peak of the housing bubble, home prices are off anywhere from 10-60% across the nation. A primary factor playing into such high prices during the peak, however, was the aggressive, irresponsible lending. Regardless of the reasoning, when factoring for inflation cities across the nation have homes for sale at prices rivaling those from 1997 – before irresponsible lending began. Of course there are some cities that do not show such significant price discounts, but many of those neighborhoods are very wealthy, very expensive, and less likely to ever see such a … (0 comments)

team webb real estate: Oklahoma job gains point toward improving labor market - 01/11/12 11:51 PM
Unemployment rate drops across 75 of 77 Oklahoma counties
November unemployment fell in 75 of 77 counties, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa, according to state and federal statistics released Wednesday, suggesting modest, widespread improvement in the labor market.
The jobless rate in Oklahoma City's metro area slipped to 5.5 percent, compared to 5.8 October and 6.3 percent in November last year. In Tulsa and Lawton, November unemployment was 6.4 percent and 6.6 percent, respectively, down from 7.5 percent and 6.7 percent a year ago.
The report by the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission showed Oklahoma City gained 3,200 jobs from October to November, … (1 comments)

 

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