Preparing your Emergency Kit

Preparing your Emergency Kit

SURVIVAL & EMERGENCY KIT IDEAS Here are just a few item that The RED Team suggests you pull together for an emergency kit if there is a storm, tornado, natural disaster, etc… Food/snacks – non-perishable Flashlight/candles Batteries Medications First aid kit – especially bandaids Water—one gallon per person, per day Tools Personal hygiene Emergency contact information Survival whistle Waterproof matches Blankets Knife Work gloves Dust masks Clothes Money Fire extinguisher Deck of playing cards or entertainment And here are a few items that we suggest you keep together, so you can grab or that you should store in a safe, in case of emergency… Copies of personal documents such as birth certificates Drivers license Birth certificate Bank account numbers and...

Fun Weekend Events!

Fun Weekend Events!

Friday, September 23 Evening Ferry River Cruises Tickets $6-$15 Located at Oklahoma River Cruises, 701 S. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK All ages welcome Click here for details and departure information Tuttle BBQ Cook-Off Located at the Tuttle American Legion 1 E Main St Tuttle, OK Come taste a variety of BBQ and cast your vote for your favorite one Take a walk around historical downtown Tuttle after your meal Saturday, September 24 Heritage Hills Home Tour (Saturday and Sunday) 12-5pm There will be six private tour homes are within walking distance of the Overholser Mansion The self-guided tour offers a glimpse of the past and present, beautifully melded together to feature the historic charm of the neighborhood The Overholser mansion (405 NW 15th in OKC) will...

Recent Under Contract/SOLD Listings!

Recent Under Contract/SOLD Listings!

Under Contract in 2 Days! SOLD, SOLD, SOLD! Here are just a few of our recently SOLD listings and one that is under contract. If you are looking to buy or sell real estate, The RED Team is at your service! Call us at...

Is Your Home In A Flood Zone?

Is Your Home In A Flood Zone?

FEMA has partnered with states and communities to provide education to the public regarding flood hazard and risk data. The flood mapping program is an integral part of the National Flood Insurance Program and flood insurance requirements. Click this link that will redirect you to the FEMA National Flood Hazard layer, which is a map where you can enter your address and identify what flood zone you are in. Information regarding the flood zones and risks are available on the site as well. Visit the FEMA website where you can view your community’s preliminary flood hazard data, get educated on flood zones, and receive information on obtaining flood...

OPEN HOUSES SUNDAY 2-4!

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