Featured Tulsa OK Area Real Estate
My name is Debbie Durkee. I'm the real estate expert you can count on to show you the market for homes and land within commuting distance of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Welcome to the latest edition of my umbrella website, TulsaRealEstateWeb.com.
Explore Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma on this site. Orient yourself by going to Explore Places to Live to get a feel for counties and communities within commuting distance of Tulsa. You can then find homes within particular School Districts or Communities.
If you already know what you want and where you want to be, download my App to search for properties from your phone or tablet. You can also go ahead and create a free HomeFinder Account for use on your desk top machine or your handheld device. You can even do both if you like. Each method is a bit different. Nevertheless, either way you create your own searches; save them and get notified when new properties hit the market that meet your search parameters.
When you are ready, hire a land expert like Debbie Durkee, ALC, CRS to guide you through the real estate process. Whether you are buying or selling your home, you don’t know what you don’t know and that can cost you in many ways. Your lifestyle and needs of your family will govern your decisions, but don’t ignore your dreams and desires. Choose your home with your heart; do the deal with your head. We’re here to help.
Are the kids grown? Have the horses become yard ornaments? Do you wish you were close to your family, your job, a grocery store, a gym, a park, or a lake? Perhaps you need to be in a particular school district. One of the biggest questions I will ask you is: Do you want to see your neighbors? All of these factors affect the value of homes and land in neighborhoods as well as in cities and towns throughout northeast Oklahoma.
Real estate is micro-local, affected by local and regional economic and demographic trends. Whether you are marketing your home, expecting to move up or to downsize, or if you are a first-time buyer looking to purchase your first house, I will help you understand the shift in the market for your type of property in any particular location in midtown Tulsa or within commuting distance of Tulsa (up to an hour or two from downtown Tulsa).
Create a property search on this website or let me do it for you. Read my blogs. Call and ask questions. I am committed to helping you both to understand and clarify your needs and desires and to execute an action plan for finding the right property. Call me or text me today at 918-724-8201.
Tulsa House Hunting
Country living, city life, or suburban lifestyle options are all available in Tulsa. Find acreage for horses on a ranch or ranchette; live on a working farm or at a winery; or buy a country home with a really big back yard. We also have convenient lakefront properties and scenic riverfront properties. Tired of being a slave to your animals and your land? Then board your horses and live in a regular house. Whatever you decide, we have it all right here in Tulsa.
Come and visit us to discover a traditional home in one of our many great neighborhoods. Pick a condo or urban loft in downtown Tulsa. Choose a bungalow or ranch style house as a starter home. Select an elegant luxury home or historic mansion in midtown Tulsa. Build a custom home in Southeast Tulsa or in one of our suburbs. Plan a new home or build a suburban dream home in Broken Arrow, Bixby, Jenks, Union, Glenpool, Owasso, Collinsville, Sperry, Skiatook, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, or Claremore.
Relax and know that God has a plan to help you find the right home. Be open to many wonderful housing possibilities here in Tulsa. Remember, for every swallow there is a nest and for every family there is a home.
Whether you're looking for a cottage or a mansion, I'll help you find it at a price within your range. We know the residential real estate market and home buying trends. You can trust our experience. You can trust me to treat you with integrity and compassion.
Tulsa offers a fabulous lifestyle for everyone. Are you enthusiastic about soccer or football, dressage or barrel racing, gardening or golf, cheerleading or band, ballet or swing, jazz or country music? Whatever your hobby or retirement plan may be, you will enjoy being in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Plus, we have lakes for water skiing or bass fishing and woods for hunting or bird watching.
Our Tulsa weather in the spring and fall is made for playing and working outside. In winter you can drive to the ski slopes in 12 to 17 hours. In the summer you can get to the Gulf Coast beaches in 10 to 12 hours. Of course, you can just stay home and enjoy our beautiful city with its myriad parks and bike paths, world-class museums, ballet, symphony, jazz festivals, chili cook-offs, marathon runs, elegant shopping centers, churches, synagogues, convention centers, rodeos, and horse shows. Our Tulsa Zoo and the Tulsa Rose Garden are just a couple of my favorite places in Tulsa.
Whatever your interest, get started today by searching for homes or reading about the home buying process. Stay flexible in your outlook and enjoy the adventure.
Please use this web site and call me when you have questions. When you are ready, please let me help you. I can do a comparative market analysis and determine the absorption rate for a neighborhood or subdivision.
Tulsa is the Hub of Green Country
I can help you find residential properties anywhere in Northeast Oklahoma, called Green Country by those who would contrast it with the rest of the state. (Here our dirt is brown instead of red and our grass is, well... green... or brown, depending on it's variety and the season of the year.)
Around a million people live in the Tulsa metropolitan statistical area, which includes Tulsa County and six contiguous counties: Creek County, Okmulgee County, Osage County, Pawnee County, Rogers County, and Wagoner County.
Tulsa County is surrounded by Rogers County and Mayes County to the northeast, Wagoner County and Cherokee County to the east, Muskogee County to the southeast, Okmulgee County to the south, Creek County and Pawnee County to the west, Osage County to the northwest, and Washington County and Nowata County to the north.