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Total Homes For Sale In Tulsa Metro

The following chart is a breakdown of all the homes for sale in the Tulsa Metropolitan area by price range. It show all the Homes listed which is the total of the Home pending (Sold but not Closed) plus  the Active homes (still available). in the listed school districts below.

Total Homes For Sale In Tulsa Metro Area = 3,663
              Price Demand Closed
                Range T.O.M. Supply Active Pending < 6 Monthes
$0 $49,999 100 2.73% 3.45 69 2.47% 31 3.55% 174 3.35%
$50,000 $74,999 124 3.39% 3.70 74 2.65% 50 7.80% 201 3.86%
$75,000 $99,999 148 4.04% 2.93 92 3.30% 56 6.41% 303 5.00%
$100,000 $199,999 1,214 33.14% 2.95 830 29.75% 384 43.99% 2,466 47.41%
$200,000 $349,999 1,160 31.67% 4.72 942 33.76% 218 24.97% 1,474 28.34%
$350,000 $499,999 492 13.43% 7.15 416 14.91% 76 8.71% 413 7.94%
$500,000 $999,999 326 8.90% 13.40 280 5.00% 46 5.27% 146 2.81%
$1,000,000 UP 99 2.70% 24.75 87 3.12% 12 52.00% 24 0.46%
3,663 100% 2,790 95% 873 153% 5,201 99%
-44.36% -35.29% -14.85%
Per NORES MLS system for school districts 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,,10,11,13,28,30,49,50
Market Status Information

Fell free to call me if you would like to discuss anything about this chart or any other real estate questions

 

Jim Bigelow

Coldwell Banker Select

Tulsa Oklahoma

918-640-4657

Jim@jimbigelow

HOME SALES AND PRICES UP!

 

            As the chart below shows, during the first half of 2017 home sales and prices are up when compared to same period in 2016. In fact, both the number of home sales and average sales prices are on a record pace.

 

                                                                Avg.

                                                         # Closed                +/- %                        Sales Price                  +/- %

 

Entire MLS                              9126                +  4.3%            $175,581                     + 7.2%

5 County                                  6826                +  5.6%            $191,997                     + 8.0%

Tulsa Schools                           1814                +  3.7%            $167,869                     +11.9%

Broken Arrow Schools             1152                +  6.7%            $194,453                     +  9.2%

Jenks Schools                             590                +15.2%            $286,988                     +  4.3%

Owasso Schools                         528                +  6.0%            $227,072                     +  4.3%

Union Schools                            497                –  6.9%             $174,960                     +  5.3%

Bixby Schools                            417                + 7.2%             $292,251                     +  6.7%

Claremore Schools                    211                +27.9%            $139,781                     +  5.9%

Coweta Schools                         156                +28.9%            $181,039                     +11.7%

 

*Note: If your Home area is not in one of the school districts shown above, you

                         should call me so I can get the numbers for your school district and include them

                        for you. 

 

Jim Bigelow 918-640-4657

Broker Associate

Coldwell Banker Select

jim@jimbigelow.com

www.jimbigelow.com

 

WATERING TIPS

SPRING WATERING TIPS

 

Fortunately, we enjoyed a very wet spring. Lakes are full and lawns are green. Of course, no one knows what the summer months will bring, but in most years the weather turns hot and dry, necessitating watering our lawns, flowers and Landscape.

 

Here are some tips for maximizing the benefits from watering your lawn.

 

First, raise the cutting height of your lawn mower and use a mulching blade. The taller grass and grass clippings helps to insulate the ground from the effects of the sun. It keeps the temperature of the soil cooler and helps to maintain more moisture in the soil.

 

Second, water less frequently, but when you water, do it for a longer period of time. It is far more effective to give your lawn a good soaking about once or twice a week than it is to water a little every day or every other day. The heavier, less frequent water encourages the lawn’s root system to grow further into the earth and makes for a healthier lawn. Obviously, watering amounts and cycles will vary with the type of grass and soil conditions with each lawn.

 

Flower beds and landscape may require a light afternoon watering. Just a few minutes for each landscape zone to refresh the plants and flowers.

 

Curb appeal makes everyone happier for the Owner to the neighbors and really attracts              Buyers when you are selling.

Contact Jim Bigelow, Lindsey Stucky, Ally Herrmann, Scot Jobe or Kathy Zwart to learn more about how we can work to get your home SOLD!

Jim Bigelow Associate Broker Coldwell Banker select

918-640-4657, Jim@jimbigelow.com, www,jimbigelow.com

Serving the Tulsa Metropolitan area.

WEBSITE CMA’s ?

Recently, a member of the Bigelow Group heard a commercial for a website purporting to provide the value of a home to anyone who went to the website and entered the information requested, including an email address. After all the information was submitted, the website responded by saying my colleague would be contacted by a real estate professional in the area who would give him a market value of his home.

 

In other words, the website was using the homeowner’s interest in the value of their home to generate prospects for a real estate agent who is most likely paying the website a hefty fee to generate leads.

            Note:  The website itself never did provide a value for the home.

 

If you are interested in learning the value of your home, you can go to such a website or you can contact me Jim Bigelow at 918-640-4657 or jim@jimbigelow.com. There is not a charge or obligation for this service. I know home values in the neighborhood. I can also give you the most accurate value for your home because I will look at your home and evaluate it based on its features, condition and location within the neighborhood. Finally, the information will come from a trained, knowledgeable associate who is familiar with homes in the area. I think you will find the information more reliable and the experience more enjoyable.

Jim Bigelow and Lindsey Stucky from Bigelow Group Real Estate
The Bigelow Group team: Jim Bigelow, Lindsey Stucky, Ally Herrmann, Scott Jobe, Kathy Zwart.