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Real Estate Agent Serving Ochelata, OK

What makes Meghan Snead different? That little extra!


Working with me always includes "that little extra!"

• Bringing personalized coffee orders to showings, homemade goodies, etc.

• Having a modern approach that allows me to communicate efficiently.

• Building relationships with other agents to find the right house for every client.

• Always sharing my best financial tips, expert moving tips, organizational tips, etc. to help make your move as smooth as possible and buy or sell your home with confidence.


Let's make your real estate experience enjoyable, memorable, and fun! I'll work with you to get the job done!

Meghan Snead Bartlesville KW Realty

Meghan Snead is a Real Estate Agent and Consultant serving the Tulsa, Oklahoma area (Owasso, Bartlesville, Pawhuska, Nowata).


  • Realtor in Ochelata, OK

  • Real estate agent serving Ochelata, OK

  • Real estate consultant serving Ochelata, OK


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We proudly serve:

Barnsdall, OK

Bartlesville, OK

Collinsville, OK

Copan, OK

Dewey, OK

Nowata, OK

Ochelata, OK

Owasso, OK
Pawhuska, OK

Ramona, OK

Skiatook, OK


Phone Number

(918) 698-5927



1740 SE Washington Blvd

Bartlesville, OK  74006


Hours of Operation

Sunday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Monday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Thursday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am-8:00 pm

Saturday 8:00 am-8:00 pm




1. Is being pre-qualified more important than being pre-approved for a mortgage: 

The pre-qualification is more of a snapshot of what the lender thinks you can afford based on the information you provided him. The pre-approval is a statement from a lender that you qualify for a specific mortgage amount based on an underwriter’s review of all your financial information.


2. When buying a home "For Sale By Owner," can I use a Buyer's Agent?

Yes! If you buy a home not listed by a Real Estate Company, you'll still want to hire a Buyer's Agent to work in your best interest and educate you on how to handle negotiating the process. Many times, you can include the Buyer Agent's commission as part of your offer or you could pay for it on your own if the sellers aren't willing. 

3. What should I expect to pay for closing costs?

In addition to your down payment, buyers should budget an extra 3-6% of the purchase price on costs to cover at closing. These costs typically include an initial deposit for your escrow account, appraisal fees, credit report fee, underwriting fees, and a processing fee. Talk with your lender to determine this amount so you are prepared.


4. Should I start looking at homes before I have a pre-approval?

You'll want to know your budget and what you can afford prior to looking at homes. Most sellers will not even consider an offer that doesn't have a pre-approval letter attached. It also prevents you from getting your hopes up on a home that you potentially can't afford. The best way to navigate the home buying process is to be a prepared buyer. Prepared buyers have a pre-approval letter before they start house hunting!

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