Kerri Helm

Providence Realty

Providence Realty. Preparing you for your future!

About Kerri Helm


Kerri Helm's desire to help others & the encouragement of her husband, led her to a career that she LOVES!!! She builds a firm foundation on integrity, hard work & brings creativity into every detail of your real estate transaction. In 2005 she obtained her Provisional Real Estate Sales License. She continued her education in Real Estate in 2006 by getting her GRI designation (Graduate Realtor Institute), and again in November of 2008 by obtaining her Broker's license. She is a very active member of the Mid-Del/Moore Association of Realtors, where she currently serves as a Board Member. Her career has led to creating many lasting friendships with her clients & colleagues.

Kerri has lived in Moore/South OKC her entire life & loves to serve the community & residents of the city where she lives. She would love the opportunity to help in assisting you with the purchase or sell of your home. She's also helped many investors build an impressive portfolio. She truly is...THE KEY TO YOUR NEW HOME!!!

Latest Blog Posts

Troubleshooting Central Heat Issues

Now that winter seems to have decided to stop and sit a spell over Oklahoma (I know, I know, wait five more minutes and it will be summer again!), our furnaces are finally getting a work out.

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Flapper Fix And Focus

Moving in to the new year has been exciting for our team as we continue to serve our past, present, and future clients with the honest and open professionalism you have all come to expect. It is our

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When To Start A Home Maintenance Log

So I debated whether to write about starting a Home Maintenance Log thinking people might be too overwhelmed with the holiday season that is smack dab on top of us and Christmas itself approaching

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Home Buying With Little To No Down Payment

Thinking of BUYING a Home but worried about the Down Payment?Many people assume when purchasing a home, they'll need to put a decent amount of money down. Although putting the 20% down is a great

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