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For Realtor Kara Bowes, shopping locally includes buying and selling real estate. That’s why she founded Kbb Real Estate. Named for her children, Brooke and Brad, the brokerage is truly a family-oriented group.
“Everybody is into shopping locally, so I wanted to make a brokerage that was designed for the public, and that would help the public,” she said. “I focus on working to build my agents up, rather than building myself up, and I help them grow their business.”
Rather than focus on a speci c area of the Oklahoma City met- ro, Bowes and her team go where her clients are and where they want to be. They are more exible than some brokerages, and able to work around last-minute surprises or travel as needed.
“We’ve been known to bring in our own families to help make a move happen when closing dates have changed,” she said.
“Larger firms might discourage ‘over-helping’ or loaning some- one your truck to help them move.”
Bowes said a smaller team makes for better communication and a stronger bond with each other and clients.
“We love people at my brokerage,” she said. “We like the new, excited first-time homebuyers, but we also love to help those who may have just lost a family member or lost a spouse and need to go into a retirement community.”
The low cost of living makes Oklahoma an attractive place to live, and it makes home ownership a reality for many who couldn’t do so in other markets. Making that dream come true keeps Bowes pushing forward for her clients and team.
“Our dedication to our clients sets us apart,” she said. “The clients energize us, and winning the right home for them is a win for me.”