Real Estate Buying: When Should You Not Settle for a Bigger Home?

Bigger doesn’t always mean better, and this is especially true when it comes to homes. Larger homes come with lots of added expenses and potential problems, all of which can add up to a big burden. If you’re still looking for more space, let the advantages below convince you that a smaller home is worth considering.

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Real Estate Buying: Why You Should Start Searching for a Home Early

Even if you’re not planning to buy a house yet, it’s important for you to start the home hunting process early. And there’s no such thing as too early, especially in today’s market with such a short supply of homes for sale, i.e., low inventory and high demand.  Get started as soon as possible and plan accordingly with your real estate agent so you’ll have plenty of time to get the process right.

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Midtown Tulsa Real Estate Market Statistics: February 2017

How Fast Will I Be Able to Sell my House in Midtown Tulsa? Here is a graph showing the change in the rolling 90-day absorption rate for houses in midtown Tulsa. Notice how market is slowing down at some price points and speeding up at other price points. It varies from month to month and […]

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Broken Arrow Real Estate Market Statistics: February 2017

Broken Arrow Real Estate Sales Statistics for Homes Sold by Price Point (for the three-month period from November 25, 2016 to February 25, 2017) What are the chances of selling my house in Broken Arrow? You may discover that you can find a bigger house for less money in Broken Arrow. The market is moving just as […]

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2017 RLI Land Market Survey

Here is a link to the 2017 Land Markets Survey conducted by the REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI). 2017 RLI Land Market Survey The REALTORS® Land Institute and the National Association of REALTORS® recently presented the results of their 2017 Land Market Survey. The purpose of the survey was to gather information about land transactions among […]

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Real Estate Lessons: 4 Types of Homes First-Time Buyers Should Avoid

First homes generally belong to the lower end of the real estate cost spectrum, and because of this, first-home buyers often face plenty of competition. With these real estate properties flying off the shelf, it’s easy for first home buyers to decide in a rush and end up with the wrong home for their needs. To avoid first-home buyer’s remorse, here are the four types of homes you should stay away from.

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