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GE has announced their intentions to create a $110 million oil & gas technology center that will increase GE’s local role within the community and also boost the commercial development as well as drive down unemployment with the creation of new jobs. The Enid local movers have found that the community benefits of this center […]

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In Enid, Oklahoma, housing is seemingly at a standstill. Despite rocketing demand, there are no builders embarking on new projects in the area, according to the NewsOK site. The new housing construction market is one that has just dried up in Enid following the housing bust, when many developers were forced to close up shop […]

One issue that seems to constantly plague the veterans of this country is the lack of housing availability or job stability once they have returned from war. The group Purple Heart Homes has now begun a campaign to help get these veterans into homes that they deserve. With the help of Army Family Council and […]

Apartments are a hot commodity in the Oklahoma City area, according to a report from Commercial Realty Resources Company of Norman, OK. With the demand up for apartments, owning complexes has become a viable investment in the area. Demand from out of state investors is keeping sale prices high for existing complexes in the area. […]

According to, there are a few real estate markets in the country that outshine the others. One of these top 25 markets is in fact Oklahoma City, something we are certainly excited to share! The Oklahoma City real estate market has a lot going for it, making it an ideal place for you to […]

Recent data analyzed brought some interesting news to light regarding vacant properties around the Oklahoma City area. According to a study commissioned by the city, there are more than 12,000 homes vacant in the Oklahoma City metro that are costing taxpayers millions of dollars each year. Blighted homes are running amok all over the city, […]

Oklahoma City’s historic homes are seeing their values increase at a stable rate, according to a recent article that highlights local sales data and other figured compiled by Preservation Oklahoma, Inc. and the State Historic Preservation Office. While some are hesitant to purchase older homes, the historic homes of Oklahoma City’s Quail Creek have appreciated […]

Foreclosure auctions tapered off significantly in May due to the tornadoes that hit the area recently. The sharp decline in auctions came on the tail end of three months of booming auctions. While the inventory still remains that needs to be unloaded via auction, the May reporting posted a 47 percent decline from April 2013. […]

The 6th annual list of top cities in the US for recent college graduates has been released by, and Oklahoma City is #7 on that list. Various aspects of city living were factored in to create the list, such as average 1 bedroom rental costs, employment opportunity, career success, average salary, culture, and energy. […]

The amount of actual foreclosures entering the system in Oklahoma might be down, but the amount of foreclosure auctions featuring homes already in the system is a growing phenomenon in the Oklahoma region. For April 2013, the amount of foreclosure starts for Oklahoma was down 46 percent, but scheduled foreclosure auctions and bank repossessions were […]