I am not an expert, but I suspect a concern over the increased "earthquakes" have to be considered.
I grew up in California before moving to Oklahoma in 1993 and I can tell you that these "earthquakes" are NOT normal. Most people know that the California earthquakes are natural to the earth's shifting fault lines. They are to be expected and the small quakes are welcomed because the natural small shifts relieve pressure on the fault lines which reduce the chances of a large quake when the fault lines have been under pressure too long and finally give way. What the Oklahoman's may not know or may not have experienced is the difference on the way they feel. I have experienced many from both states and I feel there is a big difference. The resent quakes Oklahoma over the past few years do not feel or act anything like a normal earthquake. Yes, I believe the fracking is a factor - a huge factor! To think that these HUGE movements are man made and nobody is doing anything about it scares me. I've heard the reports by the seismologist but I am not naive to big business or government methods. I am very impressed about the few states that have stepped in to ban fracking. Good Job! I wonder if those states have had an increase in the number of sales?... more
apartment occupanciesI am looking to get more information on the average occupancy rate in apartments in Lawton. My company is looking to purchase a property, and I can't get much information anywhere to
Average times on market depend on how many days comparable properties are on the market. If you have a very unique home it may not be normal. 2 years is a long time for a house to be on the market if comparable properties are not on the market for that same length of time. If that is the case then you probably need to adjust the price or condition of the home.... more
John's right. This is probably a good question to pose to different electricians. You should get several bids and compare the quality of the electricians before deciding on one. The price can also fluctuate based on the way your home is built and whether or not it's easy to run the wiring to the required places. See if your architect has an electrician he/she works with on a regular basis. They might be a good option since they already know how to work with that architect's plans. http://www.crelectric.net... more
I don't think that you will have an excessive amount of difficulty finding what you need. Most homes come with one or the other. What is the space going to be used for? Carparks do not provide as much security, but they are really convenient for recreational vehicles.