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.

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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: 3BR/2+1BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $225,000

 

22364 Riverwood Court Claremore, OK

 

 Talk about a beautiful home in Claremore’s Riverwood Estate!

 

For Sale: 3BR/2+1BA Single Family House in Claremore, OK, $225,000.

 

For all your Claremore Real Estate needs call Jody Grubbs 918-798-7271

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 

Attn: Fence-Riders!

Analyzing buying a house?   If you are considering a real estate purchase do it now.   Mid April financing changes will cost you money and reduce your buying power!

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY

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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Value is NOT based on need!

Okay, Mr. and Mrs. Seller, this part is for you.

I know, you NEED to sell your house for enough to pay off your mortgage, pay all your closing costs, replace the carpet and the roof, and have several thousand dollars to make a down payment on your next house. Just because you NEED it, doesn’t make it possible. When you bought your house, you shopped around for the house that fit your needs and was the best value.

Guess what? Buyers still do it that way today. Why do you believe they will pay more for it than the similar and comparable property that is less money? News flash: they won’t! Would you? Go ahead, beg your realtor to list it at a higher price than the market analysis you asked him/her to do. Then call your realtor regularly to see why it isn’t getting shown or it’s getting shown but all the buyers have purchased a different house. No amount of marketing will sell an overpriced home. Now, that’s profound…….and very true! —-OR—- pay attention to the advice of the professional with whom you have decided to list your house for sale. If you believe they don’t know the market or what it takes to make it happen, interview another realtor. Look for someone who is honest enough and cares about getting your property sold, not just getting a listing. Cares enough to tell you the truth; that your house has an offensive odor, is too cluttered or crowded, or the carpet is a turn-off. Ask questions, get statistics; don’t get greedy. Form an alliance with your realtor and make a decision to sell or stay.

Itʼs not Tag, Title and Tax

 

Mr. and Mrs. Buyer, this is for you.

Buyers have closing costs to pay at closing and sellers have closing costs to pay at closing.  Buyers often ask if they can roll their closing costs into their loan. Unlike purchasing a car, the closing costs cannot be simply rolled into the mortgage loan. Someone has to pay them.

Now, the seller has to pay their closing costs and seldom, almost never does the seller ask the buyer to pay their closing costs.  Buyers ask the sellers to pay their closing costs all the time.  So, hypothetically, let’s say you are buying a house that is listed at $105,000 and you know that the average list price to sale price ratio is 97% and you want to make an offer.  Letʼs say the sellers were correctly advised and listed their property at $105,000 knowing the list price to sale price ratio is 97% and understanding that fair market value for the property is $101,000 – $102,000. The house is just what you need and $101,000 – $102,000 is a fair price and you need the sellers to pay your closing costs of $5,000 because you only have enough money for the down payment, will you offer $100,000 and ask them to pay for your closing costs out of that?  What is a “fair exchange of value”?  What if it is your house and you are selling? Do you feel you should get market value? A fair exchange of value. Fair! Yes, I said fair! Will you offer $107,000 and ask them to pay your closing costs? What is wrong with paying what itʼs worth? What is wrong about treating people fairly even in a real estate transaction?  You know, treating others how you want to be treated.  The monthly difference on a payment on a sale price of $102,000 vs $107,000 for 30 years at 5% interest is about $26. – less than $1 a day.

Be kind.  It will make you feel good.

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

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

GTAR-HousingStats-January2011

Here is a link to the statistics for 2010 comparing it to 2009 from the Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors.  It is still a great time to buy and sell.  If you have any questions, about this report feel free to give me a call and we will talk about them.  Thanks and make it a great day!!

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