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We are selling our house and four acres in Tulsa. This is a fantastic area!  Please take a look:  House and Land for Sale in Tulsa

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Possible Development or Commercial Land for Sale in Broken Arrow / Tulsa I no longer want to live on four acres of land so I am offering my house and 4+ acres for sale, trade, or development partnership.  Take a look at the PDF in the link below and contact me if you need more […]

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For Sale in South Broken Arrow 6620 S. Date Ave Broken Arrow, OK 74011 $217,900 Reduced to $213,900!!! This house is in the secluded Richland Park Addition and has been meticulously maintained. Richland Park is a small neighborhood with only one entrance making the street quiet and safe. All amenities are near including shopping, dining, […]

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Broken Arrow is a great town, with great schools, great people, and… … it’s one of the best places to live in the USA, but it’s nowhere near perfect.  Here is the list if items that I see DAILY that bug me that should be fixed.  What would you add to the list? Bury the stupid […]

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313 S. Lowry Unit B (Upstairs unit in a duplex), Stillwater, OK will be available the first week of June 2009. This is an updated unit near the Oklahoma State University campus. This is a one bedroom, one bathroom house with a detached one car private garage. For more info see this page http://www.bowlesonline.com/stillwater-apartment-for-rent Contact Joey or Gentry […]

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Builders are making fortunes by building poorly built homes in Broken Arrow, OK. It’s up to the city to provide stricter codes that will maintain our city for years to come.

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I am NOT a Realtor and I am not exaggerating when I say that I get asked every 2-3 weeks about my real estate career.  Here’s the story…  I worked in the pre-bubble dot-com days as a Sales Engineer for Vyvx.  I loved this job – all technology companies seemed to have more money than common […]

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