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CENTRAL OKLAHOMA BONSAI SOCIETY, 7 p.m. Aug. 12, Will Rogers Exhibition Center, 3400 NW 36. Program is “The Magic of Boxwoods” by Victor Squicimari. Visitors welcome.
WATER GARDEN SOCIETY OF OKLAHOMA GENERAL MEETING, 7 p.m. Aug. 13, The Stamp Store, 21 NE 40.
AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY OF OKLAHOMA CITY, 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 19, Room 194, OSU Agriculture Resource Center, 400 N Portland.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA CACTUS AND SUCCULENT
In nature, we see the proportionally progressive spiral in a nautilus shell, a hurricane, and a galaxy. It shows up in the seed pattern in the center of a sunflower, the pattern on a pine cone, the curl of an ocean wave and the unfurling tip of a fern
by Ellen James Martin | Published: Sat, Aug 2, 2014
Fred Meyer, a veteran real estate broker, helps homebuyers find property in the vicinity of Harvard University, a high-cost area where it’s tough for many purchasers to locate a property they can afford.
But through the years, he said, numerous clients have landed exceptional deals on houses occupied by tenants.
“Houses that are rented are hard to show and can’t be staged to bring out their best the way owner-occupied properties can. That means there’s less competition among buyers, which can sometimes translate to a below-market price,” Meyer said.
Though some rented houses are true “fixer uppers,” others are simply messy and need only surface upgrades, like interior painting or in-depth carpet cleaning.