The Story behind the Dream Home

At OklaHome we have a very fun tradition asking each of our homeowners to name their special home as we design.We’re starting a home for a sweet couple in Autumn Farms community. They’ve named their home #WhiteCamelliaJaponica. We wanted to share their story with you. Nao, who grew up in Japan and moved to Edmond to attend UCO as a foreign exchange student met and fell in love with Braxton, an Oklahoma farm kid from Chandler. …

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Home Buying Myths

Buying a home can seem like a huge undertaking. You don’t need to be a first time homebuyer to find the process overwhelming. There is so much information available, how can youtell what’s true and what’s a myth? Understanding the difference can help you make the bestdecision for you and your family goals.Top Home Buying Myths – And the Truth1. The First Step is finding the Right House – Before you head out shopping, speak …

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Something Old, Something New

When custom building a home for a family, every detail matters. The floor plan, the finishes, the size of the yard – every detail is important and thoughtfully considered for each family’s specific circumstances. But sometimes certain features are considered extra special; Something one of our OklaHome families knows all about! The Barn Owl Farms home we recently built for the Rose family in Piedmont featured two vintage doors that held a special place in …

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New Trends in Home Floor Plan Design

Over the last several years, new home design has shifted to match our changing culture and adapted to new generations of home buyers. We’ve seen the extinction of formal dining rooms, the opening up of kitchens to make one giant entertaining space, and the rise of separate, sound-proof bonus rooms. New trends are on the horizon and you may want to consider your own lifestyle and how these hot new trends may fit into your …

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It’s Spring! Don’t Wait for your Grass to Green!

Okay folks. It’s time to set the record straight. I’ve recently had multiple people tell me that they are ready to sell their home, but that they want to wait to list their home until summer when their grass is green. In other words, when the exterior of their home is looking its best. A common myth is that these things will increase the resale value of your home, but I’d argue that spring, not …

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