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Historic White City in midtown Tulsa - 03/27/10 06:31 AM
Historic White City in midtown Tulsa The White City Historic District is located four miles east of Tulsa's Central Business District and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 14, 2001.
The area is known for two main architectural styles: Tudor Revival and Minimal Traditional style. Tudor revival homes are generally constructed of brick, have a steep pitched roof with a façade dominated by one or more cross gables. Garages are typically detached from the home and possess a similar style. The Minimal Traditional style was built following the Tudor revival homes and were simplified (6 comments)
Homes for Sale in Florence Park - midtown Tulsa real estate update - 03/25/10 03:56 PM
Homes for Sale in Florence Park - midtown Tulsa real estate update There are currently thirteen homes for sale in Florence Park, ranging in price from $119,900 to $295,000 with an average price of $197,000 and average size of 1,671 square feet. Seven homes are under contract and two have closed since the first of the year.
Actually the average size home in Florence Park is 1400-1600 square feet, but in recent years, home owners have expanded their home size by building up or back. Typical lot size is 50-feet wide and 130-feet deep. Updated homes in the mid-size (5 comments)
Oklahoma Licensees - *Important* - Per Change Coming in Oklahoma Rules - Your Use of Social Networking Sites - 03/25/10 09:34 AM
This post is provided by my friend and real estate broker, Judi Barrett, of southeast Oklahoma. For those of you engaged in social media, please read and adjust your profiles accordingly! Lori is a residential Realtor with Chinowth & Cohen Realtors serving the greater Tulsa area, and specializing in midtown Tulsa real estate. Please visit Lori’s web site, LoriCain.com or call 918-852-5036. Via Judi Barrett Integrity Real Estate Services, 580-212-5946: Oklahoma Licensees - Important - Per Change Coming in Oklahoma Rules - Your Use of Social Networking Sites Oklahoma Real Estate Licensee Rules that were adopted on 3-10-2010 (yes only 11 days (1 comments)
Soliciting feedback to report to home Sellers - 03/24/10 10:34 PM
Soliciting feedback to report to home Sellers I'm wondering how you communicate with Realtors who show your properties when you are soliciting feedback to report to home Sellers? Recently I've been showing a LOT of properties. Kayla is shopping in the $100K range; Betsy is shopping in the $165K range; Gabbi is shopping in the $180K range, and other clients are looking between $90,000 and $400,000. While driving around with Buyers, trying to locate a property with my GPS, I receive a call from a Realtor. Of course I answer my phone - it could be a Buyer interested in (55 comments)
My home selling strategy is simple and effective. Prepare your home for market: clean, update and remove as many home buyer's objections as possible. Most recently, I asked some home Sellers to pull carpet in three bedrooms to expose their beautiful hardwoods, paint a few rooms and generally de-clutter. This Realtor (1 comments)
Sellers - get your home “show ready” AND accept and respond to feedback - 03/22/10 09:24 PM
Sellers - get your home “show ready” AND accept and respond to feedback I have been blessed with GREAT Sellers lately - willing to spend time and money to get their home “show ready” to put on the market and make all suggested improvements AND with Sellers willing to accept and respond to feedback. Recently I had two wonderful Sellers who met with me, met with my home stager and did all that they were asked to do. Listing paperwork was turned in and my photographer went out to shoot photos - we’re on schedule, ready for our first weekend to (27 comments)
Buyer Representation – Is It Really Necessary? - 03/19/10 10:49 PM
My friend Debe from Charlotte has written an EXCELLENT blog post on why home buyers need their own representation - which is FREE! Please call me if you are interested in buying a home in the greater Tulsa area! Lori is a residential Realtor serving the greater Tulsa area, and specializing in midtown Tulsa real estate. Please visit Lori’s web site, LoriCain.com or call 918-852-5036. Via Debe Maxwell, Realtor® - Charlotte NC MLS - Charlotte NC Neighborhoods (Helen Adams Realty): Buyer Representation – Is It Really Necessary?
Question: Do home buyers need the help of a Buyers Agent? Answer: You bet (5 comments)
THIS Brookside bungalow is charming and stunning at the same time, absolutely no detail forgotten. The brick and vinyl bungalow requires no maintenance and boasts a newer roof. Sit on the covered porch and enjoy the flower bed and the redbud tree in (8 comments)
Wednesday March 10, 2010 is the Last Chance for Your Voice to be Heard in Support of PlaniTulsa! Please take a few moments to go to www.PlaniTulsa.org and read the comments blog. Individuals are asking that language protecting our established neighborhoods be removed from the final document. From the very beginning, citizens clearly indicated they want stable neighborhoods. Go to YouTube and watch the PreserveMidtown video to see why it is important that we stabilize our neighborhoods. If you support PlaniTulsa as written (7 comments)
Did the Buyer ask you to pay part of their closing costs? How much did they ask you to pay in repairs? Did they ask for a home warranty? Does the Buyer want to close in a time frame suitable to you? Let’s compare the components of (9 comments)
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