This charming updated home will be available to tour on Sunday, December 29th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Located off W. Edmond Rd (2nd St) and Santa Fe in Edmond. From the intersection of Santa Fe and W. Edmond Rd., go west on W. Edmond Rd., then north onto Brookfield, west onto W. Rockypoint Dr. You will find the open house sign in the yard.
As you approach the home you will notice the newly painted exterior. Once inside you will find new granite counter tops, a new kitchen sink with a new faucet and freshly painted white cabinets.
The living room offers a brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling, built in bookcase, new paint and new carpet.
This home offers a split floor plan, with the master bedroom across the house from the secondary bedrooms. The master has a huge walk in closet, new carpet, vaulted ceiling, white cabinets in the bath, tiled shower, and new exhaust fan.
The guest bath has been freshened up with white cabinets and the secondary bedrooms both have new carpet and new white faux wood blinds.
Come by Sunday and take a tour of this home in the heart of Edmond.
If you would like to schedule a private showing you can reach Kiley at
Whether you’re hosting a couple of friends for a dinner party or your parents are coming to stay for a week, holiday cleaning is a chore that seems to sneak up on us. After many hours of Christmas shopping and office parties, the last thing on your mind is to prep your house for guests. Here are some tips to make your life easier for when guests arrive.
1. Try to have plenty of the necessities your guests may need (extra blankets, towels, etc.) to prevent them from having to ask.
2. Allow guests to help themselves. For extended house guests show them where everything is and let them know they can make themselves at home.
3. Make sure you keep them in the loop (what time dinner will be ready, when you will be away from the house, etc) so they don’t feel like they are in the way of things.
4. Have some coffee ready in the mornings, or a coffee station available for your guests to make their own when they wake up.
5. Give your guests their privacy because everyone needs some alone time.
6. A little decor goes a long way. Have your Christmas decorations put out and your guests are sure to feel right at home.
And don’t forget to call The RED Team when you or someone you know is ready to buy a home or get their home SOLD! 405-474-4242
Thanksgiving is a special time to be grateful for loving family, great friends, supportive communities, and all the gifts of life we’re all blessed to have. Thanksgiving is a day to thank God, not just a time to feel grateful while stuffing our faces with turkey. Gratitude will improve your life. It enhances our experience of life’s good things, allowing us to enjoy them more thoroughly. Gratitude always provides us with dignity, perhaps even with laughter, to survive the hard things in life. But we don’t just have to be thankful around Thanksgiving! Lets be thankful all year long!
We are truly thankful for YOU, our clients! Thanks for the support of The RED Team over the many years! We appreciate you! Now, go enjoy some time off and eat lots of yummy food!
This home has so much potential with multiple living areas ample windows for natural light, new paint and some new light fixtures. The kitchen has new stainless steel appliances, great cabinet storage, a walk-in pantry, an island, bar seating and plenty of prep space. The spacious master suite offers a large sitting area surrounded by windows and a large master bath with double vanities, jetted tub, shower, and walk in closet with built ins. The secondary bedrooms share the hall walk thru bathroom, with a tub and a shower & double vanities. The fourth bedroom has built ins and could be used as a study. Enclosed sun room has large, picturesque windows of the beautiful wooded lot, that also plenty of space to run and play. The fenced are in the backyard has a storage shed with electricity. A two car extended garage is attached, along with a third side entry garage that offers a heated and cooled workshop with built in cabinet storage). This incredible, wooded acreage is waiting for you to call home.
7321 Louisburg Dr Oklahoma City
Open House Sunday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Come by Sunday and see this cul de sac home across the street from beautiful Beacon Hill neighborhood pond.
This home has a flexible floor plan and is absolutely adorable! As you walk through the front door, you’re greeted by a true entry way and on to the living room with it’s brick fireplace and all new carpet. The formal dining is open to kitchen so it could be used as study or play area. This home has a neutral palette throughout. The kitchen is partially open to the living room with a pantry, light Formica countertops with plenty of cabinet storage and ample work space. Master bedroom offers a ceiling fan, three windows, two closets and a master bath with double vanities and a garden tub. Secondary bedrooms are separate from the master and share a guest bathroom. The serene backyard setting is ideal for outdoor entertaining as it features a covered patio, landscaping, and still allows room to run and play. A storm shelter and organization cabinetry are all in the 2 car attached garage. The Beacon Hill home is move in ready!
Now is a great time to buy or sell! If you have any Real Estate needs please give us a call, were are always happy to help!
Home inspectors should be a welcome part of the home buying process for the seller the agent and the buyer. Not only will the inspector provide a list of items that need attention, but they also, by the process of elimination, indicate all the areas of the home that are in working order. If you’re the seller or agent, the home inspection process can be a seamless one if you follow some basic steps.
Home inspectors are understandably meticulous when they look over the house. After all, that is what they are being paid for. It is the inspector’s job to find any existing issues or potential concerns, but that doesn’t mean they are going to tear the house apart and write up everything they see.
One area that they will pay special attention to are leaks. Be sure that anything that could be leaking is in good working order before inviting the inspector and the buyers into your home. Some things to look out for include:
Basement or crawl space water seepage
Supply and waste plumbing
Crawlspaces and attics
A Clean House is a Happy House
You want to make a good impression on the prospective buyers as well as the inspector. It never hurts to clean the home before anyone arrives. Sweep, mop, vacuum, and dust to leave a fresh scent in your wake. Make sure any clutter or personal effects are put away and out of sight.
To Stay or To Go
Whether you decide to stay or go during the home inspection is ultimately your decision. It never hurts to ask the agents involved if the buyers have a preference. They may want you there to show them the trick to getting into the attic or where you’ve hidden the shed key. This can also be helpful for the inspector.
Knowing that your home is ready for another family’s memories is a little bittersweet, but it’s worth it. The home inspection process will go more smoothly if you prepare for it ahead of time.
Thank you to American Pride Home Inspection for sharing their tips on home inspections today! We appreciate you!
Now that winter is finally over spring cleaning is on lots of minds. What better way to let in those rays of sunshine than to make sure windows are squeaky clean!
What you use, how you clean and when you clean are all important to getting the shiny results you want. Here are a few window cleaning tips for spring.
First, choose a dry, cloudy day when the sun is not blazing, then the cleaner will not dry fast onto the hot windows before you have a chance to rinse and wipe them dry. If you really get the urge to clean your windows on a sunny day, make sure to start on the shady side of the house.
Second, remove loose soil and vacuum the sill and sash before cleaning the glass. If you skip this step you will have a muddy mess from all the liquid running down the window frames.
Third, spray your window with your cleaning solutions. There are many cleaning products available on the market. You can choose from concentrate, aerosols or ready to use sprayers, just make sure to use enough solution to dissolve the dirt so it can be easily wiped away. If you skimp on the amount of cleaner you’ll end up with streaks.
Fourth, dry the window. Time is of the essence in this step to ensure that those rays of sunshine can pour through a streak-free surface. Some like a squeegee tool, a microfiber clothe, newspaper or paper towel. A combination of using squeegee and microfiber clothe will decrease the time to complete the job. Dry the glass horizontally on the inside and vertically on the outside, so that if there is a streak, you’ll know which side it is on.
Spring is here, so let’s get out there and clean the windows so everyone can feel the warm rays of sunshine!
Getting a pre-approval letter will get you ahead of the game, and keeping your credit quiet will help you to the finish line! Here are some other pointers in the “winning the game” of closing on a home with a mortgage!
We know that buying a home can be intimidating with so many steps. With a solid team consisting of a real estate professional and a mortgage professional, WE will get you to the finish line. If you have any questions about the process, or if you’re ready to begin the pre-approval process, give US a call!