Located on the Arkansas River, Tulsa is a beautiful combination of hills, bluffs, and wide open prairies, which serve as a dividing line between the Ozark ridges to the east, and the broad plains to the west. Commonly referred to as Green Country because of its rich acres of farmland and ranches, rolling hills and valleys.
As the second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, Tulsa is situated along Route 66 and Arkansas river and is popular for tourists and natives of the Midwest with its deep Native American roots, rich history and thriving contemporary scene. Residents and tourists can enjoy the mountains, parks, art museums, opera, ballet and one of the nation’s largest concentrations of Art Deco architecture. I’ve lived in Tulsa for most of my life and in that time, I’ve seen many changes. A city that was once known as the “oil capital of the world” has now become a hub for finance, aviation, telecommunications and technology. As a native, I work across the Tulsa area and surrounding counties, and my clients rely on my broad regional market expertise to help them with the biggest financial decision of their lives. They also trust that I’ll have all of the appropriate paperwork on hand to expedite the closing process in any way I can. On one occasion, I did a closing at 10 p.m. on the last day of the month, which is always very busy. The job could have been completed earlier in the day, however, there were issues with some of the paperwork requiring the lender to make revisions. To ensure my clients always receive the best service possible, I agreed to return long after business hours to get the job done. To me, this is what defines professionalism. It’s not just about showing up on time and looking professional, it’s going the extra mile for each and every signing. This gives the lender, title/signing company the confidence they need that any closing I accept will be done in an timely manner, with care for their clients, and most importantly with no detail overlooked!