Born and raised in Lawton, Oklahoma, Kim moved to Enid in 1998 with family. She realizes what a great privilege it is to live in this city! Although Enid has only been her home for 21 years, two previous generations have resided in Enid making it feel as though her family has come full circle in planting their roots here.

    Kim has been in the Real Estate business since 2010. She has earned the prestigious Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation by The Residential Real Estate Council and currently serves as the 2022 Region 6 Regional Vice President.

    She and her husband Mike have one son who graduated from Texas A&M University in May 2020 and has commissioned into the United States Air Force. Kim's interests include music, cooking, gardening and cheering on the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas A&M Aggies.

    She enjoys working with people and would consider it a privilege to work with you.

    My Experience

    • 9 Years Real Estate Experience
    • Specializes in Single Family Homes
    • Specializes in First Time Home Buyers

    My Credentials and Memberships

    • Member of Northwest Association of Realtors (NWOAR)
    • Member of National Association of Realtors (NAR)
    • Member of Oklahoma Association of Realtors (OAR)
    • Designee for Council of Residential Specialists (CRS)
    • Oklahoma Residential Real Estate Council State President

    My Community Involvement

    • Garfield County Child Advocacy Council (GCCAC) - Past Chairman of the Board
    • Junior Welfare League of Enid 2000 - 2007 (JWL) President 2005-2006
    • Served on Enid YWCA Board of Directors
    • Served as Enid Chamber of Commerce - Cherokee Strip Parade Chairman for 2 years
    • Served on Chautauqua in the Park Board of Directors & Project Chair
    • Served on Advisory Committee for Teen Moms - 1998-2000
    • Member of Emmanuel Enid

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    When Neighbors Don't Seem To Care

    A home that isn't being maintained like others in the neighborhood can negatively affect your visual sense of appeal and in some extreme cases, even affect property values. It might be an overgrown yard, a fence in need of repair, excessive noise, unruly pets, paint peeling on the home or even a car or boat parked in front of the home that hasn't moved in weeks.Most people want to be good neighbors and may be willing to correct an issue once it is brought to their attention. A practical but poss...
    Jun 18, 2018 Real Estate News & Trends

    Tax Changes for Home Owners

    The new tax law that was signed into effect at the end of 2017 will affect all taxpayers. Homeowners should familiarize themselves with the areas that could affect them which may require some planning to maximize the benefits. Some of the things that will affect most homeowners are the following:Reduces the limit on deductible mortgage debt to $750,000 for loans made after 12/14/17. Existing loans of up to $1 million are grandfathered and are not subject to the new $750,000 cap.Homeowners m...
    Jan 08, 2018 Real Estate News & Trends

    Consider Getting A Pre-Approval

    Pre-approval is Good for EveryoneBuyer's mortgage pre-approval is good for everyone in the transaction. It saves time, money and removes the uncertainty of knowing whether the buyer will be qualified after negotiating a contract. The direct benefits include:Looking at "Right" homes - price, size, amenities, locationFind the best loan - rate, term, typeUncover credit issues early - time to cure possible problems Negotiating power - price, terms, & timingClose quicker - verifications have...
    Oct 02, 2017 Buying a Home

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