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Fri Aug 11, 2017
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Mon Oct 27, 2014
Janie Alonzo Bretanus asked:
This helps eliminate properties I don't need to show if they don't meet the requirements. Thanks.
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
debbie2retired answered:
My son has a very nice 3 bedroom in Owasso that he just remodeled (new floors/carpet/paint, etc). If interested, call him at 918-693-9958. Leave a message if you do not reach him and he will get back. It is just going up for rent this week. Good location. ... more
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Sun Jul 15, 2012
Carri Ray answered:
It is fixed might take a few minutes for the web servers to update... thanks for pointing that out to me. Carri
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Steven Eddington answered:
Good morning! The home you asked about was on the market in the fall of 2010 for $212,500. It did not sell. Currently, this home is not an active listing on the Tulsa area multi-list system. If this home is in foreclosure, it is not public record, yet. If you are interested in this home, or another home like it, I can help you. Call me today!

Thank you,
Steven Eddington
CENTURY 21 Group One
918-636-4608 call or text anytime!
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Fri May 18, 2012
Steven Eddington answered:
Hello Dawn,

Hopefully, you've found something by the time you read this note. The rental market isn't your friend these days. Too many families looking and just too few rent homes available. Everytime I advertise one of my rent homes, over 100 families will contact me!

If you're still looking, call me at 918-636-4608. I can offer you some tips to help in your search.

Thank you,
Steven Eddington
CENTURY 21 Group One
918-636-4608 call or text anytime!
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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Rose Wilkinson answered:
This can be a very sticky situation for the real estate professional you originally hired to represent you. It is partly their fault for not educating you as the client about how important it is for them to be present when you are viewing homes.

If the "agent" in the model home is not licensed and just works for the builder, it may be less of an issue. But if it is another real estate professional, they could get into an ugly battle about who is entitled to the real estate commission, since the "agent" who is representing the builder is the one who originally showed you the home.

Sometimes, the builder refuses to pay a real estate commission, unless the real estate professional you are working with first registers you as a buyer. But since you went to go look at the home without the real estate professional you desired to represent you, then a lot of issues could potentially arise as it surrounds the real estate professional you are working with. Of course, this has nothing to do with you buying the home, and more to do with the politics of the transaction.

Once again, I'm sure you didn't know. But real estate is sometimes a cut throat business, and it is up to the real estate professional to educate you about client and real estate professional "etiquitte" to protect their commission earned on the sale.

You will need to discuss this with the real estate professional you hired to assist you. I hope it works out!
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