LOL! Srsly. Let’s I’m coming to OKC for a long weekend and I’ve never been here.
Tell me the ONE thing I for sure have to do, and the ONE place for sure I have to eat!
By Richard Metcalf
Journal Staff Writer
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque real estate veteran Roger Cox has snapped up the Comanche Business Center in a foreclosure sale, paying less than half of what the eight-building, 131,767-square-foot property on 8.4 acres sold for in mid-2007.
Construction to begin in May on first Class A office project in years in Wichita, KS
‘Party pix’! From the State of the Market event of the Oklahoma Realtors Commercial Alliance, those crazy kids!
<— photo by moi.
Here are more pix from the Oklahoma Realtors Commercial Alliance 2012 State of the Market event Thursday at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Center. (Photos by the Realtors)
May 22-23, Skirvin Hilton Hotel, OKC: Rethink. Reinvest. Reinvent.
By MARY BETH BRECKENRIDGE
Akron Beacon Journal
PENINSULA, Ohio — Laura DeYoung doesn’t need a lawn mower to keep her grass cut. She has about 80 living grass-cutting machines roaming around behind her house.
DeYoung raises sheep as the owner of the Spicy Lamb Farm in Peninsula, Ohio. She’s also a partner in Urban Shepherds, a coalition of sheep farmers that’s promoting the use of sheep to cut grass by grazing instead of using humans and machines.
By Johnny McMahan
WOODWARD, Okla. — Rescue and starting the recovery process are likely the only things you really have time to think about in the early stages of a disaster such as April 15 Woodward tornado.
But what about the long-term recovery of the people who were directly impacted by the devastation?
That’s where Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) comes into play.
Commercial REALTORS® to Hold State of the Market Event
Oklahoma City, OK – The Oklahoma REALTORS® Commercial Alliance (RCA) will hold the 2012 State of the Market at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City April 26 from Noon to 5:30 p.m.
The event will feature national speaker Mark Dotzour (Chief Economist of the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University) and a panel of Oklahoma commercial real estate practitioners. The Oklahoma RCA will also award the first Oklahoma Commercial REALTOR® of the Year.
Attendees will hear the latest information on current trends as experts and brokers report on diverse commercial fields in Oklahoma markets. This year’s panelists include: Mark Beffort, Managing Director, Grubb & Ellis|Levy Beffort, Oklahoma City/Tulsa; Jim Fram, Senior Vice President of Economic Development for the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce; Robin Roberts Krieger, Executive Vice President, Economic Development, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and Chad Warmington, COO of the State Chamber of Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma RCA is the premier business and real estate resource for commercial REALTORS® and the public seeking information on the commercial real estate market and properties.
Who in the world doesn’t think a home inspection is a good idea? Who? Planet name and solar system, please
“Almost nine in 10 (88 percent) adults say a home inspection increases their confidence about the condition of a property,” according to the American Society of Home Inspectors.
Of course most people think home inspections are worth the time and money.
Who in what world doesn’t think so? I mean, I know some people don’t think so. But what planet are they from? I wouldn’t buy a brand-new house without getting it inspected!
What do you think? Disagree? Do tell.