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Whitney Virden Joins Coldwell Banker Select

Posted by Alysia McFeely on May 15, 2017 in  New Agents
Whitney Virden joins Coldwell Banker Select Owasso office Virden has been a resident in Bartlesville all of her life! She believes that her prior experience as a Member Service Consultant with a local financial institution will serve her well in this new endeavor. Virden is excited about working with first time home buyers, sellers and land sales. When not selling real estate, Virden enjoys spending time doing outdoor activities with her husband and two children. Virden is passionate about being invo... read more
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Tony Rader Joins Coldwell Banker Select

Posted by Alysia McFeely on March 07, 2017 in  New Agents

Welcome Tony Rader to Coldwell Banker Select's Claremore Office!

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Tina Still Joins Coldwell Banker Select

Posted by Alysia McFeely on November 02, 2016 in  New Agents
Tina Still has joined Coldwell Banker Select’s Broken Arrow office. Still is a long time resident of the Tulsa Metro area - raised in the Broken Arrow and Coweta areas. Prior to moving to Oklahoma she lived in Springfield, Missouri for a short time. Before focusing on her real estate career, Still spent 25 years in the energy industry. Still and her husband, Roy have 2 rescue dogs that are their “fur babies”. She volunteers with the United Way and Youth Services of Tulsa.  ... read more
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The Top 2 Home Improvement Projects Buyers Want, And How to Do It On a Budget

Sellers that are on a budget, or are crunched for time, may not be able to make a lot of updates to their home prior to listing.
Posted by Bryan Sheppard on January 06, 2016 in  Sellers Advice
It’s no secret that updates to a home increase its value on the real estate market. However, choosing the right home improvement projects can be a challenge if you are short on time and/or money. Fortunately, the National Association of Realtors reports that smaller updates that improve the overall look of the home can be more effective than large scale renovations. We’ve rounded up the top two projects buyers want — and how to implement them on a budget. 1. The Kitchen While it may be true tha... read more
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The List of Pet Peeves That Turn Homebuyers Off — And How to Avoid Them

Even if your home is priced right and in a desirable location, you may be offending potential buyers without ever knowing it. He
Posted by Bryan Sheppard on January 06, 2016 in  Sellers Advice
When someone is searching for a home to buy, gut instinct and first impressions are crucial to making a positive impact. Even if your home ticks all the boxes for you, there is a chance you may be offending potential buyers without ever knowing it. Here is our list of pet peeves that turn buyers off — and how to avoid them when selling your home. 1. Masking Issues Whether it is odors or a failed foundation, masking potential issues to gain a quick sale could be a very costly gamble. If there are serious def... read more
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