My husband, Brad is a very avid bass fisherman, and has had the opportunity to meet many of the best fisherman in the world, who fish the BASS Elite Series.  He sent me this article written by an Emmy winning author, Don Barone, and if you have the time, read it, I did and was…

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Excerpt from Realtor.com Daily Real Estate News  | July 22, 2010  | Sales Slow But Remain Above Last Year With the scheduled closing deadline for the home buyer tax credits, existing-home sales slowed in June but remained at relatively elevated levels, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. Existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family,…

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Last week I had the opportunity to try REAL sushi for the first time. Yes, I have eaten a Spicy Cowboy roll, fried shrimp, before, but that is not true sushi after what I ate with some clients last week. I was so excited when they asked me to go eat lunch with them and…

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WOW! 350 plus bike riders rode many miles to come support our family and to help make the community aware of all bicyclists on the road! The ride was last Thursday night, July 22, in my uncle Alan Spencer and Clyde Riggs memory. The cyclists road to the site where Alan was hit and then…

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This week’s housing numbers were as you would expect following the end of the government’s incentive program.  While the program’s ‘final closing deadline’ was extended, many of the sales and closings that would have occurred in the summer were pushed into the ‘pre-June’ months.  So, housing sales slowed, housing starts slowed, and building permits increased…

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Come see these both of these great listings in SE Edmond! Open from 2-4pm. See you there! 3440 Baird Drive Edmond, Ok 73013  $159,000 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath. 2 living, 2 dining, 1802 sqft/mol, and built in 1967.  705 Smiling Hill Blvd Edmond, Ok 73013 $178,777 4 bed, 2 bath, 1 living, 2 dining, 2309…

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My uncle, Alan Spencer was killed last Saturday morning in a hit and run accident while riding his bicycle. There is a group of local cyclists planning a tribute ride in his honor Thursday night at 7:30. I thought this was a really neat way to honor his memory. Please watch out for cyclists, they…

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Good news on the corporate earnings front this week as Alcoa, Intel and CSX all beat expectations. However, we need to temper these numbers as they represent April, May and June. This week’s report showed lower retail sales with fewer people buying durable goods (appliances, computers, etc.). Add to that lower consumer sentiment numbers and…

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Thursday at 10 am found me summonsed to the City of Edmond Traffic court. No, I didn’t get a ticket! I was a witness to an accident, and was called to testify as to what happened. I won’t lie, I was nervous and a little intimidated being in that position, however, I was sworn in…

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