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Fri Oct 12, 2012
Wells Bridgett answered:
If you're looking for Section 8 approved rental properties, you might check with DHS. They may have a list of available properties.

Bridgett Wells
Keller Williams Realty
651-9320
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Trent Rhodes answered:
Go to my profile and send me and email and we.can set up a time for you to see this property. Just let me know when it is convenient for you. Have a great day!

TrentRhodes, Senior Real Estate Consultant
Metro Brokers of Oklahoma
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
Bill Hayden answered:
Hi Niranjan,

I'll be glad to help you with a CMA on your home. If you would, please just click on my photo to contact me and provide me with your e-mail address. I'll then provide you with your answers and then some. ... more
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Rick Jackson answered:
The market has had a lot of activity. There are more pending sales. The actual price stats won't follow for some time. Also the neighborhoods vary. Feel free to contact me for a specific area. Great question. ... more
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Wed Mar 2, 2011
Steve Drew answered:
Hi Tracy. I've been doing some homework on the Oklahoma City market - focused mainly on Edmond; so my response will have that bias. It looks like Oklahoma City's Real Estate market has held up well compared to the rest of the nation. Part of the reason is that new home construction has slowed down tremendously, meaning that the supply of houses has not outpaced demand. From a home buyer perspective, it looks like there will be bargains - just not the steep bargains that can be found in some of the hardest hit cities.

IMO, you should get yourself pre-qualified to buy a home and then begin looking for housing in your price range. After several weeks, you will know a lot about which homes are real bargains and which might be overpriced. By the time your lease is up, you will have a better hands-on feel as to whether you should buy or not. Also remember that you will be in the driver's seat for negotiating since you will be able to make an offer straight-up versus other people whose offers will be contingent on the sale of their house.
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