TULSA AREA real estate

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Traditional Tulsa Area Real Estate? Well, property sales here can flow like a well played organ... or drag tail like an itchy dog in the grass. I live in the Owasso area, so when dealing with sellers, I like to remain close to them and specialize in my own back yard. This facilitates the open houses, picture updates and showings... 

However, I'm getting huge referrals that now have me in Broken Arrow, Kiefer, Tulsa, Jenks as well, so I've got to be careful with my verbiage. Trying to sell Broken Arrow Tigers to a Jenks Trojan fan is kind of like trying to sell Russian houses to Ukrainian residents. Might get you roughed up a bit.  

Lot of things involved in getting a house sold these days. Having it listed is still the biggest advertisement as the listing feeds into dozens of other real-estate marketing sites right away. You also have a host of active sales people who are quite motivated to sell your property and, if you price it right, will bring a continual stream of active buyers to your Tulsa Area home.

I say price it right, as it is price that drives the sale of your house.

The most common mistake that causes sellers to get less than they hope for, however, is listing too high.  Tulsa Area Real Estate listings reach the greatest proportion of potential buyers shortly after they reach the market.  If a property is dismissed as being overpriced early on, it can result in later price reductions.  Overpriced properties tend to take an unusually long time to sell, and they end up being sold at a lower price than they likely would have had they been priced properly in the first place.

Go with the low to mid comparable and you’ll get a quick offer. Houses just don’t sell for more than the comparable market value, no matter how many thousands in improvements have been made. Just basic repairs, paint @ clean, price it to sell for the market, and spend your major money on your own new house. Better not to list, than to waste your listing with a higher than market price... 

Another big one is keep it looker ready and have your realtor post a lot of pictures. People do their shopping with computers today, so the more pictures of you house you have posted, the more likely a fit buyer is going to end up choosing to come buy… pricing and location all considered.

Another off shoot of this advice is to have a dedicated website put up exclusively about your house and containing all the pictures from the MLS and then some, plus a video tour. I happen to be a videographer and story teller so this will be a added benefit when you list your Broken Arrow or Jenks real estate with me at Reddy Realtors. Don’t dismiss that as a minor perk. In the on-line market of today, you need all the exposure you can get. Even the aspect of, “the story of our home” can draw potential buyers to the second look and consideration that can lead to a showing and an offer.

Yard maintenance, repairs updated, curb appeal and inside neatness, a clean smell, (candles perhaps) all make a difference… combined with the marketing of a professional from Reddy Realtors. I work with an experienced broker who has over 16 years in the business and over 15 agents now working with him. However, he is not too busy to be available to assist in setting up the marketing and guiding new agents to the same success of 20 year veterans. A great number of our sold listings came to us after enduring too long on the market with other realtors. Give me a call for your Tulsa Area, Real Estate sale. We’ll earn your referral.  

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? Whats with the doggie? Well, Miss Piggy is a rescue dog taken away from an abusive home by a veterinarian after he treated her for wounds in which she lost an eye. She is now a very happy doggie and I thought, a much prettier face than mine. She escaped her bad home… as will you, escape mortgage, stop foreclosure and smile:)