Do you prefer a co-op or a townhouse? Is it a ranch or a multi-story building that you want? What about old-fashioned craftsmanship vs. new construction. Whichever you decide, one of the most important choices you'll make when buying a home is the type of mortgage and mortgage provider you'll choose to finance your purchase.
It’s finally September, which means that soon the summer heat will be long gone. That crisp fall air is on its way and with that, some fall fun. There are many new families that have moved to Oklahoma, particularly OKC and Edmond. New construction home purchases have been booming in our communities Highland Pointe, Covell Valley, Chisholm Creek Farms, The Grand and Hampton Heights. So for all those new families that may not know of some fall fun things to do here in OKC/Edmond, here are some things to look forward to.
It is no surprise that the pandemic has changed many things, and we have yet to see the long-term effects. Through all the ups and downs, Oklahoma is holding strong.
It’s hard to predict what the economy will look like a year (or a decade) from now, but if you’re looking for a stable, recession-proof locale, Oklahoma checks all the boxes. Compared to major coastal cities, property in Oklahoma is readily available and inexpensive. Combine that with a steadily growing job market and low cost of living, residents of the Schooner state will be able to weather any economic downturn.