Fun Christmas Light Displays in Oklahoma!

Author: Abigail Hudkins  //  Category: Real Estate

Rhema Bible College, Broken Arrow, OK

It is December! Can you believe it? There’s something special about looking at christmas light on cold winter nights. Want to know the best places in Oklahoma to go to look at christmas lights this year? Here are some of our favorites!

Midwest City’s Holiday Lights Spectacular – Drive or Walk

November 19th – December 30th

Sunday – Thursday – 6pm-10pm

Friday & Saturday – 6pm-11pm

Free Admission

Joe B. Barnes Regional Park – 8700 E. Reno Avenue

There is an animated waterfall display, a tunnel of lights, an animated candy cane company and so much more. It’s one of the best in the metro.


Yukon’s Christmas in the Park (20th Anniversary) – Drive or Walking Tour

November 21st – New Year’s Eve

Free Admission


Yukon City Park,

On friday, Saturday or Sunday from 6-10pm you can ride on a horse drawn carriage for $5 per person or ride on Santa’s Express Trail from 6-10pm for $2 per person. Children under 3 ride for free.

Call (405) 350-8937 or visit for details

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Rhema Christmas Lights – Drive and Walk

November 25th – New Year’s Day

Free Admission

Rhema Bible College, Broken Arrow

Horse drawn carriages are available November 26th-28th and December 4th-5th, 11th-12th, 18th-25th. The carriage rides are $10 for each adult and $5 for each child. A family pack, including two adults and six children, costs $25.

Visit for more information


Garden of Lights – Walking

November 26th – January 1st

Free Admission

Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park

1400 Honor Heights Dr

Muskogee, OK 74401

Call: 918-684-6302 or visit for details


11th Annual Holiday River Parade – Downtown

Friday, November 27 5:30pm

Boats will be decorated with christmas light as an electric parade. As many as 20 boats will float down the river while fireworks go off in the sky.

Admission is Free

The viewing area is at the Boathouse District at 700 South Lincoln. Viewing areas open at 4:00pm so hurry and get a good spot.

Call (405) 602-1531 for details


Wonderland of Lights – Walking

Weekends November 27th – December 20th  5pm-9pm

Admission $1-$4

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve – Turn off State Highway 123 – Near Bartlesville

You can ride a wagon or walk through the park. They will be selling hot cider, hot chocolate, and holiday cookies. There will be live entertainment and an opportunity to meet Santa.

(918) 336-0307 or for details

Please share pictures of your Christmas Light “viewing/outings” with us! And if you have any other favorite places to go look at Christmas lights!

Christmas Markets in The Metro Area

Author: Abigail Hudkins  //  Category: Real Estate

Get a head start on your Christmas shopping! Here are two great Christmas markets that The RED Team found.

Holiday Pop-up Shops in Midtown

  • Open from Nov. 27 – Dec. 20
    • 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM – Thursday to Saturday
    • 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM – Sunday
  • Shops Include:
  • November 27-29:
    • Sara Kate Studio, Oklahoma Hall of Fame, 42nd Street Candy Company, The SNL Booth, Paper Society OKC, Cedarburg Square, Cargo Room, Urbane
  • December 3-6:
    • Blue Seven, Porch School & Art Supply, TRADE Men’s Wares, The Social Club, Purse & Clutch, Out on A Limb Boutique, Marla Cook, a fine millinery, Betsy King Shoe, Harper & Grey House
  • December 10-13
    • A Date with Iris, chirps & cheers, Tree & Leaf Clothing Company, Savvy, Green Bambino, The Black Scintilla, Modern Renovation, Louise Dean Design, Reference Point Shop
  • December 17-20
    • Native Roots Market, Three Eleven Designs, Collected Thread, Love Well Handmade, PLENTY Mercantile, JL Woodworx, The MakeUp Bar, Life Out of the Box, SHOP GOOD

Deluxe Winter Market


  • Open Saturday, Nov. 28, Sunday, Nov. 29
    • 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Free admission
  • Over 60 local and regional makers and artists
  • Free photobooth and kids activities
  • Leadership Square 211 N. Robinson, Downtown OKC

Let us know if you stop by either of these Christmas Markets! Have a great Black Friday!


Author: Terra  //  Category: Just for Fun, Real Estate


As The RED Team prepares for Thanksgiving lunch we want you to know we are truly grateful for YOU, your loyalty and your support! We are thankful for our assistants, lenders, mortgage brokers, inspectors, title companies, buyer, and sellers! We are also thankful for our friends that refer us to your friends and family when they are looking to buy or sell a home! We are honored when you send your friends and family our way! Our business would not be what it is today without clients like you! We wish you and your loved ones a wonderful Thanksgiving! Eat lots of turkey, dressing, and pie for us! Gobble Gobble!

The RED TEAM Thankfuls When We’re Out and About

Author: Terra  //  Category: Just for Fun, Real Estate


On crazy days when we’re running around from showings to closings and back to the office, The RED Team has some essentials that we are very thankful for…

1. Vehicles

Without a car, we can’t drive anywhere! Our schedules are hectic and can change at any second, with a car, it’s easy to go from place to place for our appointments and make last minute stops.

2. Gasoline

Obviously without gasoline we can’t drive anywhere, but sometimes we gripe and complain about having to take the time to stop and get gas. In reality, it is such a blessing to be able to buy affordable gas.

3. Car Phone Charger

With the amount of phone calls we make on a daily basis, a charged phone is a necessity! And on days where our schedules are booked up, we don’t even make it to the office and we have charge our phones in our cars. Without it, we’d have to stop by the office or by our houses and sit and wait for our phones to charge. That would be such a hassle and would cut out from time we need to take care of our clients!

4. Sun Glasses

On bright sunny days, even in the winter, sunglasses are crucial for being able to see the road ahead. Kiley can’t function on the road if she doesn’t have her sunglasses on. Like they say, our futures are so bright we need to wear sunglasses. 😉

5. Clean Public Restrooms

This may be a silly one, but when you’re going from house to house for appointments, sometimes you have to stop at an OnCue or other places to use the restroom. No one likes using a dirty restroom, so we are very thankful to those who keep their public restrooms clean!

What are you thankful for when you’re on the road? Please share with us!



The RED Team’s Short Thankful List at the Office

Author: Terra  //  Category: Just for Fun, Real Estate


Since Thanksgiving is THIS week, we came up with 5 things that we’re thankful for while we’re at the office!

1. Wi-Fi

Everyone can agree that slow wi-fi is one of the most stressful things in the world. Sometimes we don’t know how important it is until it stops working or slows WAAAAAAYYYYY down. When the wi-fi goes out, we can’t do our work!

2. Printer

With all the paperwork that we do, being able to print is so important! On crazy days where we have to run to different meetings and need specific documents with us and the printer is broken, its a nightmare. Luckily our printer here at our office is working smoothly. There isn’t a day that we don’t use it!

3. Paper Clips

We have so many papers in our files and on our desks. Without paper clips, it would be so hard to keep track of paperwork. In real estate, we do a lot of multi-tasking with multiple homes at one time. Paper clips save us from mixing up different files on different homes and keep our desks organized.

4. Pens

Everyone always has that one kind of pen that they use for everything. If I’m not using MY pen, something is off about that day. I am thankful to have a box of my favorite brand of pens in my desk. (Kiley)

5. Desk Chair

After running around from appointment to appointment, it is such a great feeling to sit in your comfy chair at your desk. Or if there’s a day where I am not running around, and I’m stuck at my desk with files and paperwork, sitting in an uncomfortable chair would not feel good.

Let us know what you’re thankful for when you’re at work!

Open Houses Sunday

Author: admin  //  Category: Real Estate


It’s time to WINTERIZE your home!

Author: Terra  //  Category: Just for Fun, Miscellaneous, Real Estate
Suburban house in the snow

Its starting to feel a lot like WINTER out there!

With the cold weather outside, heaters are probably beginning to start up and the house is about to warm up. Which also means its time to get the house ready for winter before it’s too cold. The RED Team has looked up ways to help you winterize your home! There are multiple steps that include things such as checking for air leaks and proper insulation. Some of the steps may sound obvious, but it’s always nice to have a reminder. If a house isn’t insulated properly it could be a huge cost to keep your home warm and cozy. There are multiple steps worth following to keep your home cozy and cost efficient.  The RED Team wants you to take advantage of your home and keep the warmth inside your house! Let us know if you want to move into a new, cozy home! Here are just a few tips we recommend to prepare your home for winter!

  • change your air filters
  • check to make sure your heater is working properly
  • unhook your outside water houses
  • check your weather stripping on your doors to make sure it is sealing correctly
  • close your flue damper to keep the warm air inside unless you are lighting a fire
  • make sure your chimney is clean an free of debris or nests (if it has been several years, you should have it cleaned by a professional chimney sweep)
  • check your roof for missing or damaged shingles and have them replaced, if needed
  • winterize your sprinkler system
  • if your deck needs it, consider giving it a new coat of sealer and/or stain
  • you can use insulated curtains or move big furniture to the outside walls to keep the heat inside your home
  • run ceiling fans clockwise to keep heat inside

Don’t forget to call The RED Team when you are ready to buy or sell your home! 405-474-4242

Fun Events in the Edmond/OKC Metro in November!

Author: Terra  //  Category: Real Estate

Wondering what fun things there are to do in the Edmond/Oklahoma City Metro Area this month? Here are some events that The Red Team thought you might enjoy!

Downtown OKC in December – NOW until the  end of January

Devon Outdoor Ice Rink in the Myriad Gardens

Snow Tubing at the Brick

Santa’s Adventure on the Oklahoma River

Christmas Tree and Lighting Ceremony & free Water Taxi Rides – Friday, November 27th

30th Annual Fall Peace Festival – Saturday, November 14th

Civic Center Music Hall “Hall of Mirrors” – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Oklahoma Community Orchestra Concert – Tuesday, November 17th

     Hardeman Auditorium, OC – 7:30

The Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker Thursday, November 19th

     Rose State College – Tickets $28-$175

Chill Your Cheeks5k Run – Saturday, November 21st

Chisholm Trail Park – 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Cirque Dreams Holidaze – Tuesday, November 24th

     Civic Center Music Hall

     Box Office: (405) 297-2264

Free Admission to the Oklahoma City Zoo – Wednesday, November 25th

Turkey Trot Classic Thanksgiving Race – Thursday, November 26th

     Lake Hefner – 7 a.m.

     Register Here –

Holiday River Parade – Friday, November 27th

     Boathouse District, Oklahoma River – 5:30 p.m.

Stockyard City’s Cowboy Christmas – Friday & Saturday, November 27th – 28th

     Friday: Tree lighting ceremony at 5:30 p.m.

Saturday: Parade at 10 a.m.

Open Houses Today – SouthEast Edmond

Author: admin  //  Category: Lending, Real Estate


Happy Veteran’s Day!

Author: Terra  //  Category: Real Estate



We just wanted to say THANK YOU to all of the brave men and women that have dedicated their lives to keep us safe! We know it requires a ton of sacrifice not only from our Veterans, but from their loved ones, too! Today we celebrate you for defending us and keeping our country safe! We will never be able to repay you, for your service and sacrifice, but we want you to know that we appreciate you and extend our sincerest gratitude!