Choctaw Commercial Leasing is here to provide options for your Oklahoma real estate needs. Our management team consists of trained, dedicated professionals who offer exceptional leasing and property management services. We deliver service with a friendly and specialized approach for each transaction, then provide ongoing support after the lease is executed. Our property management software, Buildium, allows our tenants to manage their account through a unique portal which allows them to make payments, request work orders, upload insurance documents and send us communications as needed.
Our mission as the landlord’s representative is to build relationships built upon accountability and trust with all of our community partners, brokers and tenants.
Commercial Leasing portfolio includes:
Choctaw Commercial Leasing Staff
Kim Delagarza, Senior Property Manager
With 20 years of experience in leasing, sales and management of residential & commercial properties, Kim Delagarza joined the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma in 2014 overseeing the Commercial Leasing Department.
Specializing in landlord representation, Kim manages the daily operations of 26 unique properties, including national chains such as Tractor Supply and two Chili’s restaurants, along with a large retail shopping center.
Kim holds a BA in Professional Development with a concentration in Business & Communications. Licensed in two states, she is an Oklahoma Broker Associate and a Texas Sales Agent, as well as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, the National Association of Realtors and the Texas Association of Realtors.
Amanda Boydstun, Property Manager
A member of The President’s Leadership Class, the Super Savage Leaders and Alpha Sigma Tau sorority, Amanda graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in biology. She then began her career serving at The Medicine Store in the Durant community for over 19 years. Then, accepted a position with the Choctaw Nation, serving in the Fixed Asset department. As part of her position, Amanda had the pleasure of visiting all 10 ½ counties in the Choctaw Nation.
Amanda is married to Jacob Boydstun – who also works in the Choctaw Nation’s IT department – and they have a son, Maximus, who keeps them both quite busy with his many T-ball and soccer games.