In The News

The Verbode team is made of proven market leaders who are passionate about helping others. We are dedicated to providing  you with the highest level of real estate services every step of the way. Our team and our listings have been featured in The New York Times, The Oklahoman, Apartment Therapy, Mettise, News Break, Uncovering Oklahoma, The Curbside Chronicle and more.




The New York Times: "What 1.3 Million Buys You in Virginia, Wisconsin and Oklahoma"

A 1914 Colonial Revival showplace in Richmond, a Prairie-style house in Shorewood and a midcentury-modern home in Edmond.

Apartment Therapy "Look Inside: This Enchanted Cottage for Sale in Oklahoma City Brims with Trendy Touches"

"This almost magical cottage for sale in the city’s Douglas Park neighborhood. Shaded by leafy green trees and shrubs, it looks like a fairy dwelling from the outside—and offers even more surprises on the inside."

For the Love of Old Houses: 536 NW 49th Street

"Meticulously renovated with no expense spared, this modern bohemian cottage oozes character. Accented throughout with designer flair, historical details and a rich taste of the natural landscape make this property one of a kind..."

Uncovering Oklahoma: Verbode Art Exhibits

City Lifestyle: "Home Renovation Experts Save Historic Home from Demolition"

"With the help of the Historic Preservation, the Bytyqis convinced the City of Oklahoma City to remove the home from the dilapidated buildings list to prevent its demolition."

Mettise No Dream Too Big for Verbode’s Sarah Bytyqi

"Mettise Posse member Sarah Bytyqi doesn’t see the same barriers that some of us do. When she has a good idea, she makes it happen."

The Oklahoman: "The Listing of the Week is at 1700 NE Euclid Street"

"The 1,750-square-foot home at 1700 NE Euclid St. has three bedroooms, two baths, one half-bath, one living area, one dining area and a detached two-car garage. The kitchen features stainless-steel appliances. Energy-saving features include thermal-pane, low-E, argon gas-filled vinyl windows, spray foam insulation and a 95% efficient furnace."

Oklahoma Gazette: "Metro citizens renovate homes previously considered dilapidated"

"On a sunny March morning in the historic neighborhood of Heritage Hills, Brandon Swearingen worked feverishly to restore windows on an early 20th-century home."

The Oklahoman: "Downtown Oklahoma City is abode for Verbode residential realty"

"It's not just that it's downtown that makes Verbode unusual for a residential real estate firm. It's that it's just unusual."

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