The Future of Real Estate Discusses The Art of Downsizing Your Tulsa Home








What Should Tulsa Buyers and Sellers Look For In a Realtor?   Tulsa Buyers and Sellers are looking for  a Realtor that will help manage the Tulsa real estate process and have good negotiating skills.  Realtors should also have good ideas on staging and presentation of your Tulsa home.  They should be able to answer questions about what’s common and what’s in demand- questions that you might not find on Zillow.com or Realtor.com.  They should realize that buyers and sellers buy and sell about every 5-7 years and be able to stay on top of the market.  As a Tulsa Seller or Buyer, if you are asking these questions, being perceptive about those qualities in an agent and asking these things in an interview ahead of time, you should be able to find a good Realtor and have a good experience.  For more information on Tulsa real estate, contact Darryl Baskin of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or www.darrylbaskin.com.

 

What’s happening in the Stillwater market?–  Stillwater is its own creature as far as the real estate market in Oklahoma.  It is growing and gaining more retail and industry.  Local industry is increasing its employees. It has a very active chamber of commerce.  InterUrban is taking over the Applebee’s location that closed.  Downtown has a lot of energy and is revitalizing.  For help with Payne County real estate, contact Rhonda Plake with eXp Realty in Stillwater- Payne County area 405-385-2478 or rhondayourrealtor.com.

 

QUICK TIP–  CRS stands for Certified Residential Specialist and indicates that the Realtor has met certain educational levels and has met specific standards in order to meet the CRS designation.  If you see a CRS after your Realtors name then you know they have gone above and beyond standard real estate training.

 

Disclosure versus Disclaimer– Many times when buying and selling a Tulsa home, you might find that the person that owns the home doesn’t know much about the house.  A disclaimer says that the Seller knows nothing about the house.  This means that you, as a Tulsa seller, claim you have no knowledge about the property.  This  may not always be the best situation for you as a Seller.  If some work was done and you don’t give the information to the buyer, you could be held liable.  As a seller, you can state that you don’t know anything, except that a certain professional did work or there was a specific issue.  Don’t be held liable because you knew a plumber came by but failed to disclose it properly.  For more information on Tulsa real estate, contact Darryl Baskin of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or www.darrylbaskin.com.

 

Hiring a Tulsa Closing Professional– When you are choosing any Tulsa professional, you need to be careful who you choose.  Do your research ahead of time.  Interview them.  Ask for References. When looking for your Tulsa closing professional realize that they are involved with everything.  They communicate with everyone involved.  They must have good communication in order to assess what’s going on and make sure things are clean and clear and ready to proceed.  They must review title requirements up front and communicate with all parties involved.  At Guaranty Abstract, we have developed tools to help ensure that closing goes as smoothly as possible.  Experienced Tulsa closers should do certain things and communicate to all parties in order to get to closing smoothly and in a timely manner.  It is all about timing and service.  The right professional will know what to look for and communicate effectively to those involved.  They should be able to help oversee the process and get through it as smoothly as possible.  For Tulsa county abstract needs, contact Guaranty Abstract at 918- 587-6621 or www.guarantyabstract.com.

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The Art of Downsizing Your Tulsa area Home– Downsizing is really an art.  In order to do it most effectively and without all the stress and difficulty, it takes planning and thought. Many Tulsa homeowners that are downsizing are older and are needing to sell a Tulsa area home and get rid of many belongings. One of the biggest challenges we hear of people that are making this move is how to get ready for the downsizing that will be taking place as this move happens. When downsizing, it’s important to take time to plan and get the important things to the right people instead of having to throw them away or place them in storage. That’s why we call it the art of down-sizing. Inverness Village is a residential facility that has multiple options for those adults that are aging and wanting to downsize.  It generally appeals to older adults that want to relieve themselves of the hassles of home ownership but still want to lead an active lifestyle.    For more information on downsizing or Inverness Village,  contact Inverness Village at 918-388-4235,  invernessvillage.com or contact Darryl Baskin of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732, www.darrylbaskin.com.

 

Tulsa Real Estate for Sale

N 214th West Avenue Sand Springs- $28,000- 3.3 acres, off Lake Keystone

1510 Lakeside Ridge Drive Sand Springs-$435,000- over 3200 square feet, approximately 7 acres

8954 W 51st Street Tulsa-$999,999- approximately 5 acres, beautiful views, 8 car garage, almost 10,000 square feet

6328 S 112th East Avenue Tulsa-$140,000- Union Schools, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

**eXp 3D is out and running very strong.  If you want to tour homes in 3D, visit DarrylBaskin.com.

 

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