Excellent company. Honest and upfront. I have been doing business with them for 25 years. Treat others with honesty and respect, you will receive the same.
David has long been highly respected for his knowledge and customer service for those looking for a new home. One of the best.Scott Casey - Senior Loan Officer
I am proud to be associated with each of these agents! Every one of us have expertise in handling your Real Estate Transaction.
Kody Khoda, called and basically scammed me to get in my front door. He was told I didn't want to pay 6% commission and I was selling by owner. Then he informed me that my home selling price was in the ball park. (Then wanted to list it 20,000 lower. He was working with Tinker hand in hand lead to believe that he was contacted to help the military; that should had been the first warning. He then said if I didn't list the home with him that he would and could give me tips on the house.1. His FSBO help is 5.2 witch normal full commission is 6.0 he is doing 7%2. He sells 100% of every home listed, false; no one does.3. Bragged on how fast he sells his homes. 5 hours to a week. Yes, he unpriced them by 10,000 to 20,000.4. Told him I wasn't interested still pushed and started using the word God and title, which should be on gross not after his cost of doing business. This was false witness to me.5. When asked about improvements was told, "There was something that could be do in every room". That was it, gave not even one suggestion.6. Not until he walked thru the door, did I hear he worked for Kelly Williams. He told me he own his own company that specialize in FSBO, a sister company of ???. He only did FSBO's in helping with getting your info out there and paperwork.7. He got angry because I didn't want to list it with him. Then told me he would only make under 400.00. Told me that I would not sale the house on my own, less then 2% chance of doing it.I would not trust him to list your house and not using him to find your new home. A complaint with will file with IG at Tinker and Real Estate Commission.
We went to this C21 to sell a house we own. We dealt with a lady named Goldie. It was not a good experience. After they listed it, several months passed and we never heard from them, so we finally called and talked to Goldie. In talking to her, we could just tell she was a little clueless about the house. After talking for several minutes, she finally admitted she had never even went and looked at the house or taken any pictures; they just had someone go by and stick a sign in the yard. She promised to be more proactive from then on out, but it never happened. We had agreed on a six month listing with them, and in all 6 months we never heard from anyone, including Goldie. I'm therefore assuming they never even bothered to show the house to anyone. For that matter, I'm not even sure if they ever actually even listed it. When the listing expired, we thought we might hear from someone. Nope, not a peep. About two months after the listing expired, they sent someone by to pick up their sign. We've never heard from them since. Needless to say, I'm not happy with their service, and I would never use them again. I certainly would never recommend them to anyone. I'm just curious to know how they stay in business if they do all of their clients this way? Bottom line, if you're looking to sell a house, find another realtor
Shauna Stover and her team leader Sharon Moore is the worst realtors I have ever seen. They did not tell the seller to clean the house, keep the fridge that was advertised, leave the garage remote. If you want to have $1500 extra expenses call this two realtors.
I was excited to show my husband (who is currently on four tour in afganastan) a duplex that myself and my three children fell in love with! The house was listed in the daily Oklahoman by Longburk RE. It was beautiful and everything we had dreamed of. So I immediately placed app w longburk as well as supplied the deposit. We make MORE than enough money, we have NEVER been evicted, asked to leave a home or ANYTHINH! He has been with military for 12 years and I with my employment for almost 5, neither of us have felonies. Friends that know us call us the IDEAL AMERICAN FAMILY! :) So how did we get DENIED?? If all our history is perfect, what could they POSSIBLE BE LOOKING for?.....well I will tell you... longburk Realtors had a problem with our credit! Of all the ridiculous, low down dirty EXCUSES To deny a wonderful tenant. Needless to say I am unbelievable ticked off! We have busted our butts our whole life to pay everything on time, be responsible w our credit and to teach our children to do the same! I wanna know where a real estate company has ANY right looking at credit! Does them NO good if they have upstanding references and especially perfect RENTAL HISTORY! I feel this company should ABSOLOUTLY be further investigated into their "practices" on approving and denying applications. I already know they have Forever lost an excellent rennet, one who'd have brought in other exceptional tenants! I do not feel CREDIT should be a factor in renting period, it's a joke! Not as if we're asking to loan the money from longburk to rent the place!! Companies such as Longburke make me sick! There's lots, I Mean lOTS of reputable companies out there that look beyond your stupid credit number and look at the whole situation (which btw I've been in real estate for 20 years and the entire individual is what you're SUPPOSSED to base decisions off of!!)I'll provide a list so hopefully no one else wastes their time on this joke realtor like I had to!! Btw our credit score was a 710....that's actually on the HIGH range genius Longburke employee!!
DISHONEST COMPANY! BEWARE! DON'T HAND OVER A DIME!
Carlos is the best! He's so patient and helpful, he explained everything, he never pressured us . . . he helped my parents find a great house too! We'll definately use him again!
I inquired and made application to be considered to rent a property. We were denied due to credit rating despite the fact that I have been employed at an area hospital as a phlebotomist for twelve years and have good renter history. My mother-in-law offered to cosign and was told that was not possible. The owner of the home I am currently renting is going to sell the property. The one I was interested in is directly across the street from my present location. After I had been declined the property manager was showing the home to someone. My 14 year old son was in the front yard of our present home. She called to him and asked if he were the son of the woman who had inquired about the house. He said yes. She said, "Too bad they couldn't get it." He felt the tone was a put down and was very embarrassed. I feel it was unnecessary for her to say anything to him at all and believe it to be unprofessional.