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Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest commitments most people will ever make.

By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Real Estate | Issue: March 2008

Chris Younger and Randy Schwers of Schwers Homes with Angie Cianfrone of McGraw Realtors.

Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest commitments most people will ever make. An expert real estate agent can make all the experience exciting and rewarding.

Angie Cianfrone of McGraw Realtors can guide you smoothly through each step of the way. A Tulsa native and Bixby resident, Angie is now representing Schwers Homes, concentrating on selling homes in the Seven Lakes neighborhood. Angie said that many people spend hours on the internet searching through ads and listings. “I tell people to simplify their lives and just call me. I know how to keep their investment safe while saving them time and money,” says Angie.

Randy Schwers comes from a family of builders and has been building quality homes in the metropolitan Tulsa area for 13 years. Schwers Homes is currently constructing dream homes in the Bixby Seven Lakes development located on South Sheridan Road at 126th Street. This area comes alive with beautiful custom homes, ponds and fountains. Schwers is also building homes in Broken Arrow at Trinity Creek, located just off 51st Street at 164th East Avenue. Schwers Homes in both areas range from 2300-3800 sq. ft. and from $220,000-450,000.

Cianfrone pointed out that Seven Lakes is one of the few new developments on the north side of the Arkansas River to offer homes under $500,000. “I’m really excited to offer these outstanding homes from one of Tulsa’s premier builders. These homes combine custom amenities with affordable prices.”

See the “Tuscany,” a Parade of Homes Award Winner built by Schwers Homes in Trinity Creek.

Standard exterior features you can expect from Schwers Homes include 9’ exterior walls, full brick construction, full sod and landscape packages with shrubs and trees, steel garage doors with openers, insulated steel or fiberglass front doors with dead bolts and large entry door handles, and 30-year Heritage II Shingles, just to list a few.

Interior features include arched interior doors, cabinet hardware throughout, hidden Euro Hinges on all cabinet doors, custom-made raised cabinetry featuring Oak, Alder, Maple or paint grade, 4 ½” crown moldings, custom fireplace mantles and brick hearths, designer carpets and much, much more.

Seven Lakes is currently in Phase I of development with Phase II and III scheduled for the future. When completed, there will be 300 homes with outstanding area amenities. The neighborhood will sport an elegant clubhouse and large pool with sidewalks throughout the addition. The desirable Seven Lakes is close to Wal-Mart, Lowe’s, Dickinson Movie Theatres, the new Bixby Convention Center, numerous fine restaurants and shopping areas. It is also near a Bixby elementary school and the Bixby 5th-6th Grade Center. In short, this is an ideal location for you and your family with choice lots still available, but they are going fast.

You may visit Schwers Homes representatives at the Home & Garden Show, booth 2301, March 6-9 at Expo Square. And don’t forget to mark your calendar for the June 2008 Parade of Homes sponsored by the Homebuilders Association of Greater Tulsa.

For more information, contact

Angie Cianfrone – McGraw Realtors

11719 S. Memorial Dr., Bixby, OK 74008
(918) 902-6930

Stately clubhouse and large pool compliment the neighborhood in Broken Arrow’s Trinity Creek Development. A similar facility is scheduled for Seven Lakes in Bixby.

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About Author Duane Blankenship

Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.

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