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Here is a list of service providers in the course of a real estate transaction.

My clients receive a narrowed down list of vetted service providers in my Client Service Directory. If that’s you, request the password for access!

These other resources may be of value to you:


Closing & Title Insurance

  1. First American Title & Trust • Email
    (405) 275-0266
  2. FirsTitle Insurance Agency • Email
    (405) 273-9820

Home Inspectors

Home Warranty Providers

Insurance

Mortgage Loans

Movers

  • Layton “Bo” Cannon • Code 3 Moving Co.
    (405) 512-8842
  • Robert and Lisa Woodmore • Woodmore’s Mini Storage & Moving
    (405) 214-1184
  • Two Men and a Truck
    (405) 595-0558

Staging/Accessories

  • Dessa Design Co. • Kiah Dority
    (405) 863-1330 • consulting, has primarily accessories
  • Hayley Gibson • hayheart46@gmail.com
    (405) 343-8299 • consulting, has both furniture & accessories

Structural Engineers

  • Anasazi Engineering • (405) 590-1894
  • Dave Gastgeb • (405) 760-7090
  • Hill Engineering Group • Jonathan Hill
    (405) 443-7802
  • Gary McCracken • (405) 388-1616

Surveyors

  1. Knight’s Land Surveying
    1110 N. Harrison • Shawnee, OK 74801
    (405) 273-6223
  2. Chuck Reed • Reed’s Surveying
    207 S Broadway • Tecumseh, OK 74873
    (405) 996-8910

Termite & Pest Control

  1. X-Treme Termite & Pest Control, LLC
    (405) 382-8800
  2. K9 Termite Finders • Phillip Culp
    (405) 601-2790 • K9TermiteFinder@cox.net 
  3. Hasbel’s Termite & Pest Control
    (405) 694-5086

Water Well Testing/DEQ Certified Soil Profiler

  • Ray Graham • Perc Works
    (405) 990-2045

Wiring Funds – CAUTION!

There’s been an upswing in a particularly insidious wire scam to steal money. Here’s how it works: hackers break into a real estate licensee’s e-mail account to obtain information about upcoming real estate transactions. After monitoring the account to determine the likely timing of the closing, the hacker will send an e-mail to the buyer, posing either as the title company representative or as the real estate agent. The fraudulent e-mail contains new wiring instructions or routing information and will request the buyer send transaction-related funds accordingly. Unfortunately, buyers have fallen for this scheme and have lost money. Never wire any funds without first verifying on the telephone, using a known telephone number, of the correct wiring instructions from the title company representative.