8430 Phoenix Place, Tulsa, OK 74132
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2 car garage
1701 SFT (per builder)
No thresholds, no speed bump trip hazard in garage, driveway is more level so car won’t close on your leg, modern fireplace- clean gas burning,
Corner covered patio
Tilt-in easy clean windows
Step free garage entry
Fire Suprression Sprinkler System
WROUGHT IRON front door
24 hour neighborhood security
HOA Dues cover lot maintenance, clubhouse, pool, common area maintenance
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This is one of the largest houses for sale Tulsa, OK in the Southern Hills area with an enormous 4,500 square feet of living space for a price in the lower $300s. It has a side entry garage on a corner lot and a circle drive in one of the most exclusive square miles of Tulsa. View the eXp 3-D home tour above and find more details here as well as search other houses for sale Tulsa, OK at www.homeguidetulsa.com
This luxury estate is nestled in Tulsa’s southern corridor and sets the standard for prestigious residences. Set on 20 manicured acres surrounded by a stone security wall and guard house, the winding drive of decorative stamped and stained concrete wraps around pristine ponds and walking trail. Step inside and eXplore in eXp 3-D.
Don’t miss this brand new Skiatook house for sale with an unbelievable view. Priced in the the low $300,000s, the home has luxury amenities and energy efficient features for enjoyment without worry. Take a look at the eXp 3-D home tour below.
Contact Darryl Baskin, Tulsa Realtor, for more information and a personal viewing. 918-740-0077
Take a peek inside this 10,000 square foot Tulsa real estate executive home for sale located in a gated community at 6206 East 105th Street, Tulsa, OK 74133
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Paying too much money in Tulsa mortgage closing costs is a story too many home buyers tell because they weren’t aware how to compare loan costs before they purchased their homes. Dan Newberry, VP of Mortgage Services at TTCU the Credit Union, explains common home loan closing costs for the Tulsa, OK area and how you can make sure you aren’t paying too much money when you buy a Tulsa home.
Get your best deal on a Tulsa house for sale by getting the right Tulsa home loan from the best Tulsa mortgage company.
Buy Tulsa Real Estate Now?- The Future of Real Estate
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1:50- John 3:16
10:50- Buy Tulsa Real Estate?
40:30- Purchasing Land
44:35- Insurance Trends for 2015
John 3:16 Mission works with people who have become homeless to get back on their feet. They also are a great source to help men become the men they need and want to be. They help get them back into employment, which helps bring their dignity back. They do not simply provide food and shelter. They also don’t just provide a hand out. They are providing a help up for those who’ve been in unfortunately situations. The people John 3:16 helps, truly want to work but have just had unfortunate situations. Help John 3:16 restore people. For information on donating or volunteering with John 3:16 Mission, contact them at www.john316mission.org.
Is Now The Best Time To Buy Tulsa Real Estate?– The Feds have declared that they will raise consumer interest rate in 2015. This will affect mortgage rates. If purchasing is a plan in the near future, many people are considering doing it now. Some are doing it in order build or buy a new home. Others are considering business and commercial opportunities. Many years ago, we recall the price of property being at X amount and now we know that the value of the property is worth much more. That is a reminder that purchasing while rates are low enables owners to own property for less. Remember to consider if you want to buy a home or build a home that you want to own? Whatever you desire- commercial or residential- consider when is the best time to buy? Contact the professionals at TTCU The Credit Union or Darryl Baskin of eXp Realty to help you discover what the best choice is for your family and your situation. For all your Tulsa mortgage needs, contact TTCU at 918-749-8848 or www.ttcu.com.
Success with Significance is a video series that features interviews with different successful persons. Lots of great information and information on successful people from the Tulsa area. Visit the link provided to watch.
Purchasing Land in the Tulsa area can mean a big difference in financing options. The loan options are different. You can pay cash but for financing things are different. There is raw land where there is no utilities or buildings. There is also land with buildings or utilities. Each requires different financing and different loans. Contact TTCU for more information at 918-749-8828 or www.ttcu.com
Tulsa Insurance Trends for 2015– Tedford Insurance is an independent insurance company meaning that we work with different carriers. As far as pricing goes, many customers have seen insurance prices double or triple in the last couple of years. Because of the amount insurance has paid out in home claims the last few years (appx $1700 per home) Oklahoma insurance rates and statistics didn’t look good. Because 2014 was a pretty good year with lower claims, 2015 should level off with pricing. There are also higher wind/hail deductible trending now. For many homeowners, this is a change from what their policy was previously. There is also a trend towards actual cash value on the roof versus paying full replacement value. When purchasing a home consider the age of the roof, and how the insurance company treats various roofing factors in the policy. Another thing to consider is that credit score plays a role in the cost of your insurance costs. There is a strong correlation between late and slow pay and the likelihood of claims. A great way to help offset this is to keep your credit score in good health and make sure you are not late or failing to pay your bills. For all your Tulsa area homeowners insurance needs, contact Tedford Insurance at 918-299-2345 or www.tedfordinsurance.com.
Tulsa Area Homes For Sale
One Address, Thousands of Homes– Home Guide Tulsa
23405 South 289 West Ave- $480,000- 32 acres, 3 ponds, small island, pool, Morton workshop with concrete slab.
4507 Edgewood Street- $450,000- Sapulpa, 1o acres, Spanish style, custom designed.
3510 North Narcissus Court- $299,000- Battle Creek, golf course, 3648 square feet per courthouse, golf course view.
32271 East 721 Terrace- $145,000- Wagoner, near the lake, second garage/workshop, corner lot.
5923 East 5th Court- $59,750-
Understand down-sizing your home. Real estate broker, Darryl Baskin, explains how you can save money and be better prepared when downsizing your house. When entering retirement for choosing lower maintenance real estate, you’re often faced with Financial decisions and difficult choices with your personal belongings.
Darryl Baskin is no stranger to this process. Having helped clients for over 25 years, he understands what steps to take what order makes them easier. Whether you’re trying to lower your monthly cost of homeownership, reduce your maintenance, find a home that is easier to navigate without steps, Or simply get closer to friends or assisting caregivers and doctors, you will find it easy to have a plan to execute.
Baskin covers many myths associated with selling a home – especially as they relate to older consumers who have lived in a property for many years and accumulated a large number of belongings. He also covers the emotional aspect many homeowners face realizing so many of life’s memories are associated with our homes.
Enjoy this presentation in its original format as given at a luxury retirement community in Tulsa Oklahoma.
For additional information about selling your home and downsizing in today’s market, contact Darryl Baskin at 918-732-9732 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Future of Real Estate- Preparing Your Tulsa Home for Sale
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5:00- John 3:16 Mission
16:57- Preparing Your Tulsa Home For Sale
29:55- Interest Rates
49:19- Risk Management 101
John 3:16 Mission supports Tulsa area homeless persons. They provide food, shelter, clothing, and much more to those who have, for many reasons, found themselves without a home. John 3:16 Mission is not just a hand out it is a hand up as they work to help the homeless back to their feet and be able to provide for themselves. For more information on John 3:16 Mission contact them at john316mission.org or 918 587-1186.
Preparing Your Tulsa Home For Sale– There are many things that need to happen while preparing your home for sale. This process can be broken down into bits and pieces so that the process isn’t as stressful, overwhelming, and time consuming. Read the helpful article at Home Guide Tulsa now and begin the process of preparing your home for sale. Keep in mind you want to buyers to be able to picture themselves in your home. If your home is overwhelmed with family pictures of extremely personalized things buyers will have a hard time to seeing themselves there. It doesn’t mean that there should be no pictures of family but just not too many or walls full of them. Also, its a good time to get rid of clutter and the things that you don’t use regularly. You can put these things in storage or if you don’t have tons of stuff, consider putting it in the garage. If placing in the garage, consider putting it in a rectangular shape where your car would be parked. This helps buyers visualize a car fitting there. If you put it up against the wall, the garage will feel smaller. For more information on preparing your Tulsa Home for sale, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732(Darryl), 918-740-0077 (buyer hotline), 918-258-2600 or www.darrylbaskin.com.
Tulsa mortgage– Rates will be going up. Rates cannot stay this low forever. Sometimes it seems like we keep claiming rates will go up but they remain low. They will go up. Consider your families needs over the next 5-10 years. If you will be needing a larger or smaller home or different home needs, consider moving sooner versus later. Everyone has different needs and the same decision isn’t right for everyone. Think carefully through your needs and your future goals and plans. Would a higher house payment be a hindrance? Will you be stuck in your home if interest rates increase? Talk to your Tulsa mortgage officer or Tulsa Realtor for some professional advice. Contact TTCU The Credit Union at 918-749-8828 or www.ttcu.com.
Risk Management 101– Risk is uncertainty. MEAT is an acronym we will use for risk management.
If you do a high wire act, there is some risk management that will occur. Here are some examples….
M- Mitigation- harness myself in- mitigate the risk of falling.
E- Eliminate- don’t do it.
A-Accept risk- it is what it is- do it anyway.
T- Transfer- pay someone else to do it for you- transfer risk to insurance company.
This is a basic look at risk management but there are other things to consider. The insurance company may require certain things in order to give you the policy or they pay completely deny the policy. For more information on Tulsa area insurance contact Tedford Insurance at 918-299-2345 or www.tedfordinsurance.com.
Tulsa Real Estate For Sale
Home Guide Tulsa- One Address Thousands of Homes
6301 East 105 Street- $1,975,000- Jenks Schools, 5 Bedrooms, 5 Full 4 Half Bathrooms
4507 Edgewood Street- $489,000- 10 acres, Sapulpa Schools, Creek County, Gated Community, Spanish Hacienda
4304 East 185 Street South- $349,000- 5 acres, pond with island,
4172 East 47 Place- $149,900- Patrick Henry, Needs some work, Sold As-Is
16535 South 97 East Place- $125,000- Bixby Schools, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Preparing your house to sell is a series of simple steps. By starting a few months ahead of time to begin thinking about the simple things you can do to make it look better, you ease the stress and improve your home value with minimal effort.
You can save thousands by educating yourself with this video home sale preparation guide. It’s free and full of preparing your house to sell advice for home sellers and investors.
What most home sellers do is wait until they are ready to list their house for sale before they give much thought to how to stage it or what to do to make it more appealing to hoe buyers. The fact is, you can save a lot of money getting special deals on products and services by simply planning ahead by a few months. Catch contractors in off seasons, look for sales on carpet and paint supplies and appliances too.
Another thing that makes a big difference is the time it takes to process the mountain of information you have to sort through when you list your house for sale; contracts and forms, dates and inspections, coordinating movers, packing to move. Instead of trying to figure it out all at one time, give your brain a chance to mull it over and you will find yourself much happier with your final result. Your real estate professional will also be able to do a better job fro you because you will be better prepared with the questions to ask.
Preparing your house to sell is as simple as these steps. Get it for free.