How would you like to unwrap a new Oklahoma City home this year just in time for the holidays AND receive a fantastic buyer bonus* from Rausch Coleman Homes? We can make your long-awaited dreams of homeownership a reality! For a limited time only, RCH is offering $2,000 that can be used toward closing costs or design options on move-in ready homes at any of these communities in and around Oklahoma City:
Halloween is just around the corner and if you’re puzzled by carving a boo-tiful (lasting) pumpkin each year, Rausch Coleman is here to help! As a premier Tulsa home builder, we believe that constructing new homes really is an art form, so we know a thing or two about using our hands to dig in to a project! We have helped thousands of families find their new homes in more than 70 communities throughout Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. Today, we hope to help you in your journey to creating the perfect jack-o-lantern to get in the fall spirit!
The Homebuilders Association of Tulsa has twenty-three new homes that are “ripe for picking” this October 24-26 at the Harvest of Homes, including one of Rausch Coleman’s homes in the new and popular King Ridge community. This exciting event is presented by the Owasso Chapter of the HBA of Greater Tulsa and will showcase the latest home trends and community amenities from premier builders, including the Clark plan from Rausch Coleman.
Rausch Coleman Homes is excited to be hosting a fall family festival this month at The Courtyards community in Oklahoma City! Come out from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday and Friday October 30-31 to meet your neighbors and make new friends while enjoying food, fun and prize giveaways!
Often referred to as the heart of Arkansas, the city of Benton is a gorgeous area that was named as a Community of Excellence from 2009 to 2012 and is continuing to grow and flourish with each passing year. Rausch Coleman Homes is thrilled to host a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at its newest Benton community, Chapel Creek next Thursday, October 9 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The tragic events in Arkansas remind us that ALL realtors need to make sure that they keep safety in mind as they dotheir jobs. Unfortunately, a quick scan of the news shows that attacks on realtors are becoming more and more common. As realtors you have to work the hours that your clients are available, and that is usually on short notice and after normal business hours. Below you will find a list of processes and procedures that you can implement on your own to help reduce your risk of becoming a victim. The biggest tip is always trust your instincts, 9 out of 10 times they will be right.