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Gardening articles from NewsOK

Weak crude prices starting to give local builders jitters
A decent rebound in crude oil prices this week didn't cast off the pall gathering at the edges of Oklahoma City metro-area housing, leaving homebuilders and others in the business closely watching the price for West Texas Intermediate crude. Read More
Couple find a taste of Tulsa in wooded Oklahoma City
Northeast Oklahoma City's Stonemill Manor nestles against Stonemill, a David Yost neighborhood known for lots 1 acre and larger carved into the undulating hills of northeast Oklahoma City, with old-growth trees and Yost’s trademark landscaping to frame each luxury home site. Stonemill Manor lots range from a... Read More
And all the builders said amen
It was like Revival Week for Oklahoma homebuilders, with passionate talks by U.S. Sen. James Lankford and the “Prophet Doctor,” Charles C. Shinn Jr., at separate gatherings Tuesday and Wednesday. Read More
Listing of the Week: 508 E Olivia Terrace, Mustang
The 3,344-square-foot home at 508 E Olivia Terrace has four bedrooms, two baths, one half-bath, three living areas, one dining room and an attached three-car garage. Read More
Oklahoma City building permits for Aug. 29
Oklahoma City City of Oklahoma City, 11501 N Rockwell Ave., recreation center, erect, $8,000,000. Geis Construction, 421 N Portland Ave., office-warehouse, add-on, $6,500,000. ARCO/Murray National Construction, 13600  Pawnee Drive, recreation center, erect, $4,000,000. Stellar Construction, 5301 E... Read More
Couple find a taste of Tulsa in wooded Oklahoma City
Brenda and Gregg Jaynes, who moved from from Tulsa, found a wooded lot in Stonemill Manor, southwest of NE 122 and Coltrane Road developed by David Yost. They have just completed the dream house they spent nearly a year building. Read More
Richard Mize: And, yea, all the builders wanted, verily, to say amen
U.S. Sen. James Lankford pretty much preached to the choir with a legislative update for the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association Tuesday night. Read More
The Nation's Housing Column: FHA opens window to more borrowers
Just because your credit reports and scores continue to bear the wounds of the recession and financial crisis, don't assume you can't buy a house. Shop aggressively among FHA lenders in the coming weeks and months, and you're likely to find a better reception than you feared. Read More
Metro First Realty celebrates 10-year anniversary
Morrie Shepherd started Metro First Realty in August 2005 with two associates, and has grown to have almost 500 associates working out of eight offices. Read More
The Gideon offers beauty in design
Coach lights shine like beacons from their sentinel positions atop handsome brick columns that flank the recessed courtyard's entrance. Read More


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