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About Mike Branson

As a Realtor® with Century 21 Global Realtors in Stillwater, OK since 2003, I have enjoyed working with both buyers and seller in all aspects of the real estate industry. I came to Stillwater in 1971 to attend Oklahoma State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a minor in Human Relations. I liked the town so much and saw such great growth potential that I decided to make Stillwater my home. I worked at Mercury Marine¿s Mercruiser plant as a production coordinator before deciding to pursue a career in real estate. I hold the designations of GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) and AHWD (At Home With Diversity), and have been a member of the Century 21 Masters Producer Club and Quality Service Producer for several years.
My wife, Judy, and I have a ranchette east of Stillwater where we raise miniature horses. Since 1992, I have been an advisor for DeMolay International at both the state and local levels, mentoring young men ages 12 to 21 in leadership and character development. I am a Past Master and current Treasurer of Frontier Masonic Lodge #48 in Stillwater.
While I like working all classes of property, I particularly like working with first time home buyers; working closely with them to make what may seem like a daunting task, an informed and easy process. I also work with bank-owned foreclosure properties, which requires a very detail oriented person. I also like working rural properties, as they require a little more knowledge about land use, types and values and the additional responsibilities of land ownership. I believe in offering unparalleled service, dedication on behalf of my customers and clients, and integrity in all my relationships.

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