Beautiful 4 Bedroom Home in Tulsa


4706 S 178th E Ave Tulsa, OK

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Beautiful Home Available! This is a 4-bedroom, 3-bath home with excellent floorplan! The master bedroom along with 3 additional bedrooms are located downstairs. Upstairs is a game room or what could be a full bedroom suite. The home features solid surface flooring, granite countertops, a formal living room and dining rooms that are open for flexible use. It has large closets and plenty of storage, a pergola outdoor living area, and garden.

Join us for an Open House this Sunday, March 18th from 2-4pm.

Contact the Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or


Who Pays for Electrical Repairs Outside Your Home? PSO or You?

Our discussion with Steve from Murray Electric will enlighten you as to who is responsible for external electrical repairs on your property.

When it comes to interior electrical issues, you, the homeowner, are responsible for the cost of repair. But what about external damages? What does our regional electric provider, PSO cover in terms of cost and time to repair? While exterior issues are not too common, they happen often enough that it pays to know who has to pay before something happens, if for no other reason than to lessen the shock.

Examples of owner-responsible issues include damages to electrical poles attached to your home and issues with the meter socket, where your meter is “plugged-in” to your house. PSO is responsible for electrical lines outside your home, meter cans, and service masts, where the wires are in place above your house.

For condo owners, it’s a bit different as the HOA managing the property is a third party responsible for some repair costs. For any damages inside the building, the owner will be responsible. To really know what your HOA covers in terms of electrical repair cost, its best to check your HOA rules.

Ultimately, it’s best to be prepared and understand how your wallet could be impacted by storm damages or other electrical issues, you may think you don’t have to cover. One way to do this is have a conversation with Steve at Murry Electric yourself. This is one local service where there is a live person on the other end of the phone, and you’ll find the electrical help you need, whether it’s information, advice or a service call. With two locations in Tulsa (918-835-9605) and Broken Arrow (918-254-9771), help is just a phone call away. Find more information at their website:

Featured Properties

7365 E 112th St, Bixby – $439,000, 4,898 SQ Ft. 6 bedrooms, 2 of which are full bedroom suites on the lower level. Priced well and ready to sell.

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Ask the Right Questions, Find the Right Realtor® & Best Funding Solutions

Darryl reviews the importance of asking the right questions to find the best Realtor® for you.

How do you find the right Realtor for you? How do you know a real estate professional really knows what they are doing? You can’t rely on a great headshot or fancy car to confirm the success of a real estate agent.

You can however, rely on yourself to interview multiple candidates, and ask the right questions. When you ask specific questions, which are designed to trigger insightful dialogue, you can make your decision of whom to hire with confidence.

There’s plenty of real estate opportunities for everyone around here. Getting a license is the easy part, gaining knowledge, insight and experience which can help clients with their home dreams and needs, takes much more. My team and I are aiming to raise the bar of professional, compassionate service within the real estate market, so everyone can benefit. This is best achieved through consumer education.

One example to ask: “How do your average selling prices compare to actual selling prices?” You need not, and probably won’t find a Realtor® where these two figures match up 100%. Instead, this question can lead to an open discussion with honest candor as to why there maybe a range of actual selling prices lower or higher than what was listed. This question gives agents a chance to show their integrity through open and honest conversation.

Arming yourself with good information which can make an impactful difference will help you be happy with your home buying or selling experience. Discover what are the right questions to ask by downloading my FREE home seller report 20 Questions You Must Ask Your Next Realtor® Before You Sign on the Dotted Line for a complete list of questions to ask your real estate agent before listing your home for sale.


Darryl and Dan Newberry of TTCU discuss Interest Rates, how they can impact homebuyers.

Interest rates for mortgages have been in fluctuation, especially with the latest tax reform laws passed and bond market ups and downs. These things and other economic influences impact the rise and fall of interest rates, sometimes from one day to the next. A higher interest rate means a higher mortgage payment. Once you have locked in your interest rate with your mortgage lender, you will know how much interest will be included in your monthly home payment. But this can’t happen until you go to your funding source with a home you’ve made an offer on.

How can you prepare and plan for an affordable payment without knowing what the interest rate will be prior to getting a loan for your new home? Applying different financial solutions to your monthly expenses can make a big difference. The folks at TTCU for example, can run a Credit Expense Analysis and review where you may be able to consolidate or refinance debt to lower your primary expense budget. If you’re paying less out of pocket when you find the home you want, chances are you’ll be better able to absorb a higher mortgage payment if interest rates have gone up.

The key is to watch the market regularly and know how interest rates are changing so you won’t be surprised. Keep ongoing communication with your lending institution. A good financial plan can help ensure you have peace of mind when you move into your new home. Visit to start the discussion of financial solutions for you and your family.

For real estate questions, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or


The Demand Project: Protecting and Educating Tulsa Kids


Special Guest Kristin Weis, co-founder of The Demand Project talks about a critical issue facing our children today, and how we can help protect them.

The world has changed a lot since the internet came into our homes. While much of what we gain from having access to the world wide web are positive things, not everything online is nice. Some aspects are literally dangerous, especially for young, impressionable children. One of the worst side-effects of our digital world today is the prevalence of online predators. Motivated by the desire to help make the internet a safer place, The Demand Project works to prevent and prosecute against the sexual exploitation of kids. They also work to rescue & restore a sense of security and peace for victims of these horrific crimes.

Two key components to The Demand Project include school assemblies and parental education. Within the school assemblies, the founders Kristin and her husband Jason, speak to the kids in terms they can understand. The crimes they are aiming to prevent are clearly explained to their audiences, along with practical ways to avoid them. It’s also vitally important for parents to know what they can do to help protect their children; knowing just what website and applications kids are accessing, and ongoing discussion with them will go a long way to help this younger generation understand what dangers exist and how they can avoid them.

The internet and today’s technology make the sexual exploitation of children easier to do than you may think. This type of crime is not only something terrible to experience, but also brings with it life-altering trauma, and a long, hard road towards a better, happier future. The Demand Project wants to help protect kids from being victims in the first place, and help those in need already. Check out their website, to learn more, and be sure to tune in for our next show, when we will visit with Kristen again to learn about the amazing restoration facility this incredible organization has in the works.

For real estate questions, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or


Help Yourself in Finding the Right Realtor® for You


Darryl Discusses one of the Right Questions to ask a Real Estate Agent Before you hire them to help you sell or buy a home.


When it comes to dealing with something important, which you don’t have extensive personal experience in, it pays to hire a professional. This can be said of hiring an attorney for a court case, going to a specialist for a medical concern, and, for when it’s time to sell or buy a home. The process to sell a property or buy a house is a complex one, not because it’s difficult to understand the basic steps, but because there are so many different aspects involved in the process; it’s not as simple as signing on the dotted line.

In addition to the lengthy process, which, when all lines up well with a quick offer, can be at least a 30-day process, laws, taxes, regulations and the market can change quickly; and often they do. Instead of stressing yourself over what you may miss or not understand, hire a professional who has your best interests in mind, and the expertise to help you.

Before you call the first agent listed in an online search however, you need to take some time to find the right partner for you in this endeavor. There’s also a difference in education between a real estate agent and a Realtor® which is important to be aware of. An agent with the Realtor® designation has met certain criteria in professionalism, education and experience in the real estate market, beyond just gaining a real estate license which is really just the first step towards becoming an expert in this field.

We all have different needs, personalities and experiences, which is why it’s important to interview several agents before you make a decision. Asking any prospective real estate agent the right questions can help you narrow down the choices to determine who is the best match for you.

One key question to ask is, “How many homes have you sold in the past 6-12 months?” The answer will give you insight not only into how successful a prospective agent has been, but also help confirm if they are up on current rules and regulations. An agent who hasn’t sold any properties in the last 6 months or so may not be up-to-date and as informed as you would want them to be. To help you ask the right questions, download my FREE home seller report “20 Questions You Must Ask Your Next Realtor® Before You Sign on the Dotted Line” for a complete list of questions to ask your real estate agent before listing your home for sale.

Featured Property
1013 S. Cypress Ave – 5 Bedroom, 3-car garage in Broken Arrow and part of Union Schools. $279,900

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For real estate questions, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or