Top-rated lgbtq agents in oklahoma city

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Rod

Rod - Gay Realtor

Serving the GLBT Community for over 25 years as a top agent and here to help you find homes for sale or to sell your current home. I recognize the level of service that the mobile consumer demands. You have information. You have dreams. I possess experience, ...read more
Rickey Donn

Rickey Donn - Gay Realtor

I determine daily to fill my life with Happiness, Laughter, Good Health, Love and Prosperity. Maintaining a positive attitude really creates momentum on your road to success. My desire is to succeed in every arena of life and to assist others achieving ...read more
Kimi

Kimi - Gay Friendly Realtor

First and foremost, I have always and will forever be an ally. I feel most comfortable surrounded by inclusive and affirming people. I got into the real estate world specifically to help those that would otherwise be marginalized, those that need ...read more
David

David - Gay Realtor

Growing up in Oklahoma City, my mission and passion was driven by the people and places around me. This incredible city has literally transformed since I was a child. With diligence, resilience and dedication, the last 30 years of astonishing improvements ...read more
Christian

Christian - Gay Realtor

Friendly, professional, and knowledgeable agent in the Oklahoma City metro - I service all surrounding cities and work with all price ranges! 8 years of experience, multi-million dollar producer, and former Rookie of The Year. Extensive experience ...read more

Oklahoma City News

Oklahoma City – LGBTQ Guide
Oklahoma City is the capital of the state of Oklahoma and is located in the center of the Great Plains region of the country. It is a city that is large enough for residents to have plenty to see and do, but small enough to still have a close-knit feel. People are kind and welcoming here, and there's plenty to see and do. Oklahoma City would truly make a wonderful place to call home. A Bit of Oklahoma City History Oklahoma City was initially settled in 1889. Before that time it was part of an ...more
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