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Property Maintenance Laws in the City of Tulsa

For the Home · Read in 1 minute 

Neglected Vacant Property The City of Tulsa adopted Title 24A in July 2010, which requires owners of “neglected vacant properties” to register their property ($50 registration fee) to assign a local contact (e.g. Realtor), disclose if the property is for sale, and declare the plans for the property: to be demolished (include demolition plan) to remain vacant ($500 annual […]

Best Garage Sale Tips Ever

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Garage sales can be a fun, profitable, and enjoyable part of life, especially when moving or doing some Spring Cleaning. They can also be hectic and disorganized (not the goal of a garage sale). Hopefully the following info helps inspire you and ease your burden. Helpful Links http://www.theawkwardturtle.com/2009/02/23/yard-sales/ http://www.weekendtreasure.com/tips/index.php http://www.wvu.edu/~exten/infores/pubs/fypubs/wlg90.pdf http://www.ifg-inc.com/Consumer_Reports/GarageSale.shtml http://www.garagesalehunter.com/ Why I Like Garage […]

Should I Rent or Should I Buy?

For the Home · Read in 10 minutes 

Long term, there’s no doubt that buying is the better financial decision. However, the Rent vs. Buy question is very personal. The right answer for you today might be the opposite tomorrow. Rent vs. Buy is a moving target, which is appropriate, since we’re considering moving! When to Rent Credit scores or finances aren’t good […]

Oklahoma is #1 in the Nation for Cost of Living for a Second Year in a Row

Today, CNBC released its 2010 state-by-state rankings today and ranked Oklahoma the best Cost of Living state for a second year in a row! (For full disclosure: Oklahoma and Tennessee tied for first place in 2010.) Visit Oklahoma’s profile from CNBC’s “America’s Top States for Business 2010”: There’s more detailed State Profile information on CNBC’s website. CNBC […]