Lori Cain Midtown Tulsa Real Estate - Chinowth & Cohen Realtors®

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Lori Cain's Midtown Tulsa Real Estate blog provides useful real estate information for both Tulsa home buyers and Tulsa home sellers, including midtown Tulsa, south Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Owasso and Jenks. Also included is fun and helpful info about our neighborhoods and community events!

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2009 

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Check out some of these suggestions to get your home move-in ready. In today's market, it's key to knock the socks right off of the Buyer's feet when they see your home. Cindy suggests some great areas for improvements! If you are looking to sell, you might want to read  Remodeling Magazines 2009...
06/30/2009
River Parks' annual free fireworks display will take place on July 4, 2009. See below for activities and parking instructions. West bank: Kids can enjoy free inflatables, a rock climbing wall and other activities at the River West Festival Park. Vendors will offer food and beverages for sale. The...
06/28/2009
Sellers, please take a moment to read this blog about home staging written by a stager from New York. Different geographic regions -- same concept. In this case, all of the Seller's furniture/decor was used -- just some rearranging and some fresh paint made a huge difference. Remember that Buyers...
06/27/2009
By the time you and your Realtor select a property and sit down to write the sales contract, your Realtor has probably been pointing out some areas of caution, such as wood rot or a hot water heater that needs to be raised. In the sales contract, we ask for a dollar amount for repairs, replacemen...
06/27/2009
This Dallas Realtor gives a great explanation of why our Seller's home should be priced accurately.This past week, I have been having a blast selling some personal items on Craigslist. I learnt an invaluable experience about safety's do's and dont's on Craigslist. The selling became almost a dog ...
06/26/2009
This article was written by a Realtor in California. Although our timelines are a little different, the concept is the same. Beware of the Lenders getting bogged down, and let's get to work!First time home buyers: Are you still at the computer, doing endless "research" on how to snag the $8000 TA...
06/25/2009
After you and the Seller are in agreement of the major components of a real estate contract (sales price, amount of earnest money, closing date, etc.), you will want to perform inspections on the property you intend to purchase. Typical inspections include structural, termite and EMP (electrical,...
06/24/2009
  USDA loans in many areas are becoming more popular, yet many loan officers still don't know much about them, hence why they still aren't talked about much. Just as FHA loansweren't used as much as they should have from 2000 - 2006, because subprime and some conventional loans were easier for th...
06/23/2009
Several Buyers have asked me lately WHY they have to write an earnest money check when submitting a contract or they question why it is cashed prior to closing. An earnest money deposit is to show the Buyer's sincerity. Period. Once all the terms of the contract (sales price, repair cap, closing ...
06/23/2009
I can set up a search through MLS to help you look for your dream home. I can search by geographical boundaries, school district, square footage, number of bedrooms, age of home, list price, etc. This sets up a web "portal" for you, and you are notified by e-mail when anything new comes on the ma...
06/23/2009
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