Category Archives: Biggernest

Accent Gives Back

Accent Gives Back!! For every home closed Accent gives $25 dollars to the charity of our Buyer’s/Seller’s choice. This month we have given to: The Church at Midtown The Church at Battle Creek First Baptist Church in Catoosa Big Brothers & Sisters Pet Adoption League (2) Make a Wish Foundation Tamboa Buddhist Temple



Real Estate Recovery

Some of our team members and I just returned from a fantastic real estate conference in Phoenix called Breakthrough 2013. Having been through a down market for the last several years in real estate, the overall theme of the conference was on recovery. It was so refreshing. Since 2007 we have had to adjust, adapt, […]



Vendors We Love: Carpet Direct

We at Accent Realtors use many vendors to improve our properties. This week, the vendor we love is Carpet Direct, an amazing flooring company who never fails to please! Mike Miles, of Carpet Direct, has been in the carpet and flooring business for nine years and we, at Accent Realtor’s, have been using his services […]



Productivity

A lot of people ask me how to make their days more productive. We all have the same 24 hours in everyday, and how we use it is critical to our success. One of the best things I have learned about productivity is that if we are working in our areas of talent, we can […]



Paul Wheeler’s Vision Story

A Greater Purpose As the owner of Accent Realtors, I would like to share a story about the creation of Accent Realtors. My quest began when I was a young man, just 17.  I was frustrated and left home between my junior and senior years of high school looking for guidance, direction, mentors, and my […]


Accent’s Monthly Email Contest

Accent’s Monthly Email Question winners for the past 6 months: All of these winners won $100 cash or a prize equivalent to $100! If you want to be included in our email contest, simply send your email address to Paula@accentrealtors.com November: Megan Zetik Correctly answered the question – In the article Unsung Heroes what was […]