We Buy Houses In Midwest City


We Buy houses In Midwest City Fast, Here’s How :

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Step 2If it meets our buying criteria, we’ll contact you to set up a quick appointment

Step 3We’ll present you w/ a fair written, no-obligation offer on a 1 page simple contract.

Step 4We close at a local reputable title company, cash in your hands in as little as 7 days


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About Midwest City

Midwest City was founded in 1942 by Oklahoma businessman and builder W.P. “Bill” Atkinson. Atkinson learned of the United States Army’s desire to build a new airfield in the center of the country, the largest military base to ever be built, and knew central Oklahoma was the perfect location. He purchased thousands of acres of undeveloped land and began developing homes, schools, churches, parks, entertainment and shopping, creating a self-contained city for military personnel and the civilian work force. Almost simultaneously, Midwest Air Depot rose from the plains and all-important work began.

During World War II, the Midwest City Douglas Aircraft Company Plant constructed more than half of the 10,000 C-47 Skytrain United States Army cargo planes. The plant cost $24 million to build and rolled out its first C-47s in March 1943. Some 38,000 Oklahomans worked at the plant, the majority of them women. The plant closed on August 17, 1945, and was redesignated as Building 3001. On November 1, 1945, it was transferred to the Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command and is now the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center.
Midwest Air Depot was renamed on January 13, 1948 to Tinker Air Force Base to honor Major General Clarence Tinker, a member of Osage Nation, from Pawhuska, Oklahoma. He was the first American general to be killed on a mission in World War II as he was leading a flight of B-24’s Liberators near Wake Island. Atkinson worked fervently to create Midwest City, thinking through every detail in order to please families. He built and sold each home with a value-added incentive of owning a Shetland pony that he would house in a pony barn on the grounds of his mansion that is now deemed part of the historical museum, the Atkinson Heritage Center.

Over the next several decades, Midwest City became home to countless service men and women as well as thriving business development with opportunities for employment and education, fulfilling the quality of life needs of the community. Midwest City’s Memorial Hospital opened in 1962 and Oscar Rose Junior College in 1970, followed by the General Motors Assembly Plant in 1979. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Midwest City earned numerous awards such as the “Tree City USA” award from the Arbor Day Foundation and continued growth by establishing the Midwest City Library, an animal shelter, an industrial park and business park, nature trails and more.
Midwest City continues to grow, while paying homage to deep roots. Look for the Ponies on Parade, a series of artistic statues spread throughout Midwest City. These colorfully-painted replicas of Atkinson’s Shetland ponies each tell part of Midwest City’s unique story. Midwest City serves as the economic trade center for eastern Oklahoma County and is conveniently close to metropolitan area amenities. The city is alive with tourism, special events and substantial economic growth. It is a thriving community with a warm and friendly atmosphere and a ‘family first’ quality of life, and more than 75 years of riveting history! ​​​

Midwest City is a growing, progressive community located just a few miles from downtown Oklahoma City. It is bounded on the south by Interstate 40 and on the north by U.S. Highway 62. We are just minutes east of “America’s Crossroads” where I-35, I-40 and I-44 intersect. With over 57,000 citizens, Midwest City is the 8th most populated city in the state.

Tinker Air Force Base is our nearest neighbor to the south. It employs over 26,000 Oklahomans with average incomes exceeding $55,000 per year.  The base’s annual statewide economic impact is estimated at over $4.4 billion dollars, which creates local retail and hospitality markets like no other in the OKC Metro.

Our unemployment rate is well below the national average and our citizens enjoy one of the smallest tax burdens in the country.  There is  a good selection of housing stock with pricing to match every income.  Traffic moves safely and efficiently in Midwest City, and there is far less congestion compared to many other Metro communities. These factors, in additional to great cultural and entertainment opportunities, have created a quality of life seldom seen in other cities of similar size.

 

We buy houses in Midwest City as-is, make the necessary repairs, and get you cash for your house fast. What can be better? Other companies out there may make you an offer for your house, but few can be trusted to buy your home. So, if you want to sell your house in Midwest City quickly, we buy houses in Midwest City. To get the process started, or if you just want some additional information to sell a house fast in Midwest City, then contact us today at 405-543-2323!

Native Realty can help stop foreclosure on your Midwest City home, tell you how to avoid foreclosure or stop the foreclosure sale. You can get foreclosure help with one call to Native Realty.

We buy houses in Midwest City for cash fast. If you’ve been looking to “sell my home in Midwest City”, call us now at 405.543.2323 for an offer or fill out the form below and we will get right back to you. What do you have to lose? Call us today!

We buy houses in Midwest City as-is, any condition, any reason!

 

 

Midwest City 75th Anniversary

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