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How to Get Kids to Save Energy

For the Home, Uncategorized · Read in 4 minutes 

By: Courtney Craig Published: August 29, 2012 Want your kids to pitch in and help save energy? Green parenting bloggers weigh in on getting kids to flip the switch and stop wasting energy. Kids have more important things to think about than turning off the lights. But discovering the lights blazing in an empty room […]

Where’s My Voting Location?

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It’s important to vote if you’re allowed to. Enough said. Now, where do you show up to cast your vote? Enter your Voter Registration address at https://www.ok.gov/elections/ppl/ to find your polling place.  

Free Seller-Focused Information

Info for Sellers, Uncategorized · Read in 13 minutes 

This post is a collection of 4 Dos, Don’ts, and Tips for Sellers, written by expert industry authors. Dos and Don’ts of Homebuyer Incentives What You Must Know About Home Appraisals 7 Tips for Short Sale Success Fielding a Lowball Purchase Offer on Your Home ++++++ Dos and Don’ts of Homebuyer Incentives By: G. M. Filisko […]

Home Insurance Inventory Tool – KnowYourStuff.org

For the Home, Uncategorized · Read in 5 minutes 

It’s smart to get homeowners or renters insurance, likely required if you have a mortgage. But if you actually had to make a claim, would you know what items you lost? That’s what a home inventory is useful for. After a tragedy like losing your home or experiencing a burglary, it’s hard enough dealing with the […]

Whole-House Fans: Maximum Cool, Minimum Cost

For the Home · Read in 3 minutes 

From HouseLogic, by: Laura Fisher Kaiser Published: January 28, 2011 A whole-house fan is a simple and inexpensive method of cooling a house. Maximum cooling from your whole-house fan Whenever the outside temperature drops below inside temps, open some screened windows and flip on the fan to pull cool, dry air through the house and exhaust hot […]

Tulsa County Tax Sale - June Real Estate Auction Link

2012 Tulsa County Tax Auction

Info for Investors, Uncategorized · Read in 3 minutes 

It’s that time of year again. Each June, the Tulsa County Treasurer auctions properties that are seriously delinquent with unpaid property taxes. That’s right, if you don’t pay your property taxes, eventually the county will sell your house to the highest bidder. Buying tax auction properties is an excellent way to obtain property(ies). You get an unbeatable […]