Featured Property

  • 10029 Forest Glade Drive
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $434,900
    4 beds | 3 baths
  • 16313 Scotland Way
    Edmond, OK
    $555,000
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 11928 SW 18th Street
    Yukon, OK
    $225,000
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 2317 Bent Trail Circle
    Edmond, OK
    $270,000
    4 beds | 2 baths
  • 13141 Shumard Oak Drive
    Choctaw, OK
    $334,000
    4 beds | 3 baths
  • 13141 Shumard Oak Drive
    Choctaw, OK
    $2,300
    4 beds | 3 baths
  • 2647 NW 45th
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $179,900
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 4201 Windgate West
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $145,000
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 13900 E Andrew Lane
    Newalla, OK
    $196,000
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 245 NE 4th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $729,900
    2 beds | 2 baths
  • 1 NE 2nd Street 506
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $299,000
    2 beds | 2 baths
  • 1828 Oaks Way
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $239,500
    3 beds | 3 baths
  • 3301 NW 17th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $99,900
    2 beds | 1 baths
  • 2841 SW 62nd Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $66,000
    3 beds | 1 baths
  • 8424 NW 107th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $210,000
    3 beds | 2 baths
  • 3025 Via Esperanza
    Edmond, OK
    $2,950,000
    6 beds | 7 baths
  • 2416 Wellington Way
    Edmond, OK
    $440,000
    3 beds | 3 baths
  • 5309 Pulchella Drive
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $2,995,000
    5 beds | 5 baths
  • 4400 Hemingway Drive 260
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $113,900
    2 beds | 2 baths
  • 3000 Stoneoak Lane
    Edmond, OK
    $1,499,500
    3 beds | 3 baths
  • 431 NW 18th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK
    $785,000
    4 beds | 3 baths

Tax Credit
Not Just For First Time Buyers

First time homebuyers can still get the $8000 tax credit if they have a contract on a home by April 30, 2010 and close on the home by June 30, 2010.

Did you know that you own an existing home, you may be eligible for a $6500 tax credit?  If you have owned a home as a primary residence for 5 of the past 8 years, you may qualify for up to $6500.  You must be under contract for a new primary residence by April 30 and close by June 30. 

There are some myths about the current tax credits. 
  • I have to sell my home to get the tax credit.  This is not true.  If you do not want to sell your home or are unable to do so, you are still eligible for the tax credit.
  • I have to be living in my primary residence to get the credit.  If you sold your home last year or have moved for some other reason, but have owned and lived in a primary resident for 5 of the last 8 years, you are eligible.