Must-See Homes!

Take advantage of this beautiful fall weather by getting out and previewing these homes over the weekend! Please SHARE with anyone you know who might be interested. We appreciate you!


Kim, Terra & Kiley

Building a Better Edmond

If I were in charge of my neighborhood, I would do this __________! Has this script ever ran through your head before? Or how about making changes to the town you live in? Here’s a little secret: there’s no prerequisite or position of power you need to hold in the community to make a difference. All you need is is an idea and the commitment to make it happen!

Most commonly, we tend to think we have to make such a change that it impacts hundreds of thousands of people, but who says it can’t be one family or even one person? Yes, it can get there eventually, but even changing the lives of a handful of people would make such a difference.

So, where to begin? We’ve listed just a few  ideas below that may spark an idea in your mind. And we’d LOVE to hear your feedback or any ideas you decide to take on! Leave us a message in the comments section below. We appreciate you, and be sure to have fun along the way!

1. Take a seat on your front porch or in your from yard.

You never know what might bring a family to your neighborhood! They could have even moved from another state and not know anyone in the area. Sitting outside your home rather than keeping to yourself inside is a great way to meet your neighbors and possibly impact someone.

2. Take care of the tab.

Do you know someone who’s struggling a little financially? A simple gesture of paying for their groceries one week or taking care of one month’s utilities would help tremendously.

3. Support your local businesses.

Do you get tired of the “same ole” in the town you live in? If so, have you considered how important those “same ole” restaurants and stores need your business? Maybe, just maybe, there are some local businesses out there you’ve never even tried out before! A thriving community must receive support from it’s residents in order to keep moving forward.

4. Drive or walk?

Not only do us as human beings need more exercise, we can also be mindful of the environment when we spend countless hours in the car each month driving to and from school or work. Do you live within walking distance from either? Try taking a walk and seeing the health benefits you receive and also have peace of mind knowing you’re doing what you can to protect the environment.

5. “Love your neighbor as yourself…”

One of our most favorite commands from the Bible. Has anyone ever helped you in a time of crisis? How did it make you feel? There are more opportunities out there than we realize to assist those in need. Find a family who could use a whole winter clothes wardrobe and gather your friends to buy the clothes. Even better, partner up with a non-profit organization and find areas where they’re in need.

6. Pass along your God-given skills.

What comes naturally to you? Is it baking? How about math? If you know of someone who could benefit from the skills you have, why not share them!

7. Look out for the elderly.

Is winter on it’s way here? If so, be looking out for a snowy day and assist an elderly neighbor with shoveling his or her driveway. Or how about mowing the lawn? This would be a huge relief to anyone, but especially someone who doesn’t get around like they used to.

Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section below!


Kim, Terra & Kiley

Hurricane Relief – How You Can Help

Our hearts are deeply saddened by the recent events that took place on the southern coast of the United States. Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have devastated tens of thousands of families and have left billions of dollars worth of damage behind. Ruin like this can take years of rebuilding.

On behalf of Keller Williams International, we are asking for any and all to join us in supporting these dear families in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. By making a monetary donation, you can help us assist in the recovery efforts and possibly reduce some of the burden that has been laid on these families.

Mo Anderson, Vice Chairman of Keller Williams International, has made a commitment to help as well. She has offered to match the total amount of money donated towards hurricane relief at any Keller Williams office. If you feel led to give, we strongly encourage you to do so and look forward to seeing what our community can do to make a positive impact in this hopeless situation.

You can drop money off at any Keller Williams office and 100% of it will be given to relief efforts, plus Mo will match what you give. For more information, please feel free to give us a call at (405) 330-2626.

Thank you for joining us in helping those that need help the most. We appreciate you!


Kim, Terra & Kiley

Game Plan, Anyone?

We’re already in the ninth month of the year 2017! My, how time flies! As you sit down to discuss your family plans this fall, keep us in mind as your personal real estate professionals. If at some point in the future you have a question regarding buying or selling a home – we would be happy to help!

Did you know?

Interest rates are STILL at an all-time low and the housing market continues to move along here in the OKC metro! Give us a call and we can prepare a Market Analysis on the value of your home, and also give you an idea of the time it will take to get your home SOLD!

Events to Enjoy in Edmond this Weekend!

Live Music @ The Patriarch Craft Beer House





Friday,  Sept 15 – Don’t Tell Dena
Saturday, Sept 16 – Crooked Feet


UCO – Jazz Lab








Friday, Sept 15 – Souled Out (Dance/Pop/Classic Rock)
Saturday, Sept 16 – The Grant Goldstein Quintet


Citizen’s Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd








Friday, Sept 16 – Local live music, food trucks and pop up shops will line downtown Edmond’s Broadway between Main & Hurd Street.


Edmond Farmer’s Market








Saturday, Sept 16 – The annual Edmond Farmer’s Market is a family friendly environment where you can purchase regionally grown produce and Made in Oklahoma food items.


Later on this month…


2017 Asian Moon Festival @ UCO





Friday, September 22 – The free, family-friendly festival features Asia’s rich cultures and performances, including a traditional lion dance, face painting, crafts and authentic cuisines.


Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation – Wildlife Expo








Friday, Sept 22 – Sunday, Sept 24 @ Lazy E Arena
This exciting expo celebrates our great state’s natural diversity and opportunities for the sporting enthusiasts and newcomers. From camping and outdoor skills to shooting sports and fishing, from bird watching to kayaking, expo visitors have an opportunity to try their hands at two days of fun in the outdoors!


Edmond Art in Public Places Tour – MAC in Mitch Park








Saturday, Sept 23 – This tour is both driving and walking. The walking part will cover most of downtown. There will be stops throughout the tour for restroom and/or drink breaks. Registration required. Transportation is provided by Edmond Parks and Recreation.


Charming Home in Nichols Hills!

1819 Huntington Ave
Nichols Hills, OK 73116

3 bedrooms  –  2 bathrooms  –   2091 sqft

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Gorgeous home in the sought after Nichols Hills addition on a prime lot! Beautiful, well-maintained home with tons of updates and a great color palette. Spacious living room provides a cozy feel with a luxurious fireplace, wood floors, wood-trimmed windows and lots of natural light. The kitchen has been partially updated with granite, white cabinetry, gas stove, stainless steel appliances, and a pantry open to the dining! Second living room or formal dining room with new baseboards, rock fireplace and rock accented walls. Both bathrooms have been completely remodeled. Oversized laundry room has ample space, cabinet storage and it could made into another bedroom. All bedrooms, living, hallways, and kitchen have wood floors. Plantation shutters in the bedrooms. Hall storage closet could be another master closet. Quaint back yard with plenty of room to run and play, plus there is a wood fence and mature trees. Great location close to shopping and restuarants!

We Will Never Forget

In the United States, we observe today as Patriot Day, or the National Day of Service and Remembrance. This day occurs on September 11 every year in remembrance of the victims killed in terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. President George W. Bush officially named this day as the National Day of Service and Remembrance in order that we may have a day that allows us “to keep alive the spirit of unity and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks in tribute to the individuals lost and injured in the attacks, and the many who rose in service in response.”

Join us as we “keep alive the spirit of unity and compassion” by thinking of ways you can impact our surrounding community. Typically on this day, volunteers across the nation come together to perform blood drives, meal packing projects, painting and refurbishing homes, food drives, reclaiming neighborhoods, and so much more. Two of the largest projects held annually are held in New York City and at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. where more than 7,000 volunteers come together to pack over two million meals for individuals at risk of hunger.

The OKC Metro has plenty of wonderful organizations which have the same goals and desires as what’s listed above. Some of these are FaithWorks, HOPE Center of Edmond, Project 66, Wings: A Special Needs Community, and U R Special Community Closet. If you feel led, contact one of these organizations to get involved today!

Thank you for caring for Oklahoma City and it’s surrounding areas, and let’s never forget what happened to our beloved country and its citizens 16 years ago today.


Kim, Terra & Kiley



Wonderful Home in Southeast Edmond For Sale!

3812 Jim Robison Dr
Edmond, OK 73013

4 bedrooms  –  2 bathrooms  –  2080 sqft  –  Edmond Schools

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Flexible floor plan and absolutely adorable! Located in southeast Edmond close to OCU, highways, shopping and restaurants. Covered front porch welcoming you into the home. As you walk through the front door, you’re greeted by a true entry way and spacious living room with a glowing white brick fireplace, bookcase, and new “wood-like” flooring, plus it is wired for surround sound. Neutral palette throughout. Light and bright kitchen with granite counters, painted cabinetry, stainless appliances, pantry, fridge (included with home). Dinette is open to the kitchen. Second living could be play room, study, exercise room, or sitting area. Master bed has two closets and an updated bathroom. Secondary beds are separated from the master. Guest bath has freshly painted white cabinets and granite. Inside utility area walking out to garage. Fenced-in back yard with concrete patio, room to entertain and throw the football. Don’t miss this one! Updates include: kitchen cabinet paint, hardware, fixtures, countertops, and living room flooring.