For Sale: 4BR/3BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $275,000

3105 Heritage Hills Parkway, Claremore, OK

 

Don’t miss out on this one!   Located in The Gates at Heritage Hills, this home offers vaulted ceilings with glazed beams.   The kitchen is equisite with marble countertops, stainless appliances and glazed cabinets.  It is an open warm home with a split bedroom floor plan.  Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the beauty of nature on your triple tier deck.  Over 3000 luxurious sq. ft for $257,000.  Wow!!  For more information on this special home, give me a call at 918-798-7271

For Sale: 4BR/3BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $275,000.

For Sale: 4BR/3+1BA Single Family House in Catoosa, OK, $359,000

 Fabulous home in prestigious Ridgewood Park

130 Williamsburg Street, Catoosa, OK

 

For Sale: 4BR/3+1BA Single Family House in Catoosa, OK, $359,000.

 

For Sale: 4BR/3BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $295,000

 

Fabulous Olde World style home just south of  Heritage Hills Golf Course  in the gated community, The Gates @ Heritage Hills.

3105 Heritage Hills Parkway, Claremore, OK

For information on this home click on the link below. 

For Sale: 4BR/3BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $295,000.

918-798-7271 

For Sale: 4BR/2+1BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $299,000

 

1808 Forest Park Drive - Claremore, OK

 

For Sale: 4BR/2+1BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $299,000.

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Inspection Reports – “Heads Up” Buyer

Let’s say today you found the house of your dreams and you can’t live without it.  It is in your price range and it is divine.  It looks like it has really been cared for.  Should you hire an inspector?  Your Realtor® recommends it so you do.

Home Inspector

Buyer, the inspector’s job is to make you aware.  You are looking to expose big problems with which would be a “deal killer”, right?  Remember, you will get a 37 page (give or take a few) report from the inspector that will expose the most minuscule defects along with the big stuff.  Now, keep in mind, inspectors are human.  I know that is hard to believe but it is true.  Sometimes they miss items, sometimes they make recommendations that they shouldn’t in error.  Give them a break and remember, the inspection report is not a “to do” list for the seller.  It is a “heads up” for the buyer.  Is there something so awful in the report that ruins the house of your dreams for you or just minor stuff that is part of home ownership?  There was only one perfect man that ever walked on earth, that was Jesus Christ.  There never has been and never will be a perfect house so stop looking for it!

Custom built! Is that a good thing?

Usually “custom built” is a positive term which one would like to believe means things like, upgrades and extras! Oh, my goodness……people! I am a Realtor® in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area where the average sale price hovers around $140,000. I have been recently showing property in the $300,000 range, which is an above average home, wouldn’t you agree? Having set the stage – I have to say if you are planning to custom build a home in any price range, know that if you do really weird stuff in that home that appeals to you and fits your needs but does not appeal to the masses you are going to lose money!!!!!!! STOP! I said you will lose money! Think ahead! If you already screwed that part up and installed a swirly blue/green faux marble whirlpool tub, shower stall and master bath vanities – replace it or take a hit on your bottom line. If you have a blue wash on your kitchen cabinets, get them redone or take a hit on your bottom line. Custom built: upgraded features and amenities or dysfunctional “one of a kind”?