Explore Norman, OK

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Highland Village Real EstateHighland Village is a neighborhood in Norman, Oklahoma. The area like many neighborhoods in Norman are composed mostly of suburban brick homes, with big lawns and large lot areas. The streets here are filled with well maintained lawns and big trees to complete a suburb...

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Eagle Cliff Real EstateThe neighborhood is one of the most popular locations to live in if you want to move to Norman OK. Most of the neighborhood homes are large, with a few smaller properties as well. Homes in Eagle Cliff have great interior design with many interesting features like hardwood f...

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Hallebrooke Real estateHallebrooke is a neighborhood in Norman, Oklahoma. Houses here like many in Oklahoma are single-family brick homes. Newly built properties comes with garage areas, young trees and emerald green lawns. This is definitely a place you want to consider if you are looking for a ...

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Hawthorne Place real estateHawthorne Place is a neighborhood in Norman, Oklahoma. The area is filled with beautifully made brick homes. Homes here are generally large with multiple garages, big lawns and good sized lots. You have several amenities within driving distance. The neighborhood has a d...

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Carrington Place Real EstateCarrington Place is a neighborhood in Norman, Oklahoma. Homes here look great and most of them are pretty large. From granite and marble, there are many materials used in most of the homes. The neighborhood is a new subdivision with beatifully built new houses. Living ...

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Cascade Estates Real estateCascade Estates is a neighborhood in Norman, Oklahoma. The neighborhood is composed mostly of single family-homes that are recently built. The properties here are mostly brick homes, built with garages and comes with its own lawn. You get to appreciate the streets with ...

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Brookhaven Real estateBrookhaven is a neighborhood in Norman Oklahoma. The neighborhood is sought after for its luxurious homes and great location. The properties in this area offer great real estate investments. Price range of homes here vary from affordable single-family homes to the more expen...

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Alameda Park Norman OK NeighborhoodAlameda Park is a beautiful neighborhood in Norman Oklahoma. Alameda Park is a growing community, with 53 homes and room for 45 more. The neighborhood is a short driving distance from the Oklahoma University. The area is perfect for a small family looking for a ...

By Valerie McEvoy, Oklahoma Real Estate and Homes
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Just Had The Beat Meatballs In Norman   Taking buyers on a tour of four homes in Norman yesterday evening and we stopped to refine our list. Didn't want to just grab a coffee, so we ventured into Norman Downtown to explore something more substantial at Benvenuti’s Ristorante in Norman, Oklahoma.S...

By Jason Nedrow
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If you are buying or selling a home in the Norman, Oklahoma area, you need to hire a realtor. Perhaps you plan on selling your home yourself, but do you know the ins and outs of marketing a home? Do you know how to negotiate a contract of sale? There are plenty of other ways in which a realtor ca...

By Jason Nedrow
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Before you open your Norman-area home for showings, you'll want to take a tour through the house to inspect if for repair needs, safety hazards, and areas that need cleaning. You'll also want to ensure that you and your possessions are protected. Preparing your Norman, Oklahoma-area home for sho...

By Jason Nedrow
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Can a Rural Development Loan help you buy your Norman home? What is this?  Well, the state decides where the best development for the state would be and therefore makes incentives for people to live there.  How does it help you?  Well, if you are interested in an area that qualifies for rural dev...

By Jason Nedrow
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How should your finance your Norman home?  Although this is a large topic, I think it boils down to just one question.  Should you be buying a house?  Whether you are looking at owner occupied or an investment property, you need to ask yourself this question.  The reason?  With financing the way ...

By Brian Eddins, e-Pro, GRI
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If you missed the $8000 tax credit that was offered from the government you still have the opportunity to get some free money. The city of Norman has it's own first time home buyer money! Qualifying first time home buyers will receive $5000 from the city of Norman when they close on their first h...

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Realtors Call: (800) 900-2807 or visit www.eLeadMarketing.com to find out how to receive 12 - 20 Home Buyer Contacts per month! Relocating to Norman, Oklahoma will allow you to live in a city that has the cozy, close-knit appeal of a Norman Rockwell painting. Norman's warm and inviting environmen...

By Joe Pryor, REALTOR® - Oklahoma Investment Properties
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2009 is finding the mortgage industry without good loans for investors. Fannie Mae has reigned in the number of properties financed to 4 total, and no company wants to back 10% down conventional investor loans. We have an answer. The East Village is a new condo project just over a mile from the U...

By Pam Ghanaati
(Metropolitan Real Estate)
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Even here in Norman, Oklahoma with a pretty stable real estate market, we are seeing properties linger on the market.  And after a house sits for several months, informed sellers will make a price reduction.  And in the unfortunate event of a pending foreclosure or short sale, sellers will sell a...

By Derik Keith, Keith Home Team - Metro Brokers of Oklahoma
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  PRICE REDUCED!  Remodeled Kit/custom cabinets & lighting. All Jenn- air stainless appliances,18" diagonal tile floors,breakfast nook & bar, 2 living areas, 2 din areas,premium hardwood floors,100gal saltwater aquarium,recently painted inside & out,alarm system,fenced in-ground pool,finished gar...

By Gwen Holmes-Arveson
(Metro Brokers of Oklahoma)
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Castlerock, one of Norman's most popular subdivisions continues to thrive.  Now at 6 phases and over 550 households, Castlerock continues to be one of the areas most sought after communities.  According to information provided to, and compiled by MLSGateway.com, * Inc. for the month of February 2...

By Gwen Holmes-Arveson
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With a population just over 100,000, Norman is the third largest city in Oklahoma.  The 2000 census reported 38,834 households, and 22,562 families residing in the city.  It is located just twenty miles south of Oklahoma City on I-35.   Named after Abner E. Norman, a US land office surveyor for t...

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