South east Edmond is the area in Edmond that is closest to I-35. It also has great proximity to the Broadway Extension (I-235) and the Kilpatrick turnpike. Maybe professionals that work in Oklahoma city but want to have their kids in Edmond Schools choose to live in and by and sell houses in South East Edmond. They generally like the proximity to the aforementined highways in addition to the minimal traffic, many trees, hills and rolling terrains. If you are considering moving to Edmond, OKlahoma. Please consider moving to south east Edmond and maybe in an addition like the one mentioned in the below Youtube video.
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Contact Keith May at Keller Williams Realty at 405-833-2626
Happy spring and early summer everyone. The local Real Estate Market in Oklahoma is doing quite well. There is one thing many REALTORS like very much to do after a long day. See youtube video below. http://youtu.be/1_qLGsbOcig
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Keith May, Keller Williams, 405-330-2626, www.keithmay.com
Reminder: 3.8% Tax is Not Tax on Real Estate
Posted: 09 Mar 2012 10:38 AM PST
Tax time is nearing and once more rumors are circulating on the Internet and by e-mail that the health care reform law enacted two years ago includes a 3.8 percent transfer tax on real estate starting in 2013. That rumor is not true and NAR has material available to you to explain how that 3.8 percent tax works. It’s a tax on a very narrow band of investment income for high-wealth households (those who earn $250,000 in a joint return or $200,000 as an individual) that could come into play on the sale of a house if the sales gain is more than $500,000 for a married couple or $250,000 for an individual.
Even in the unlikely event the sales gain is more than that amount, the tax would only apply based on other considerations having to with the household’s income and tax situation. The bottom line is, the tax, which was imposed to help shore up Medicare, will only hit some portion of investment income.
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