Home Sales

Interested in the idea of living in downtown Tulsa? Curious about all the apartment buildings and office spaces that seem to getting refurbished or constructed downtown these days? Wondering about what might be in store for a certain vacant property or unsightly parking lot within the City of Tulsa's Inner Dispersal Loop? If you've answered in the affirmative to any or all of these queries, you might want to check out the 3rd Annual Dwell in the IDL Tour, which will be presented by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture this coming Sunday, the 4th, from noon to 5pm.

On this installment of ST, we welcome Paul Kent, Executive Director of Tulsa Habitat for Humanity. This cherished, local nonprofit will mark its 25th anniversary this year --- the national Habitat organization, by the way, is about a dozen or so years older --- and the Tulsa chapter is also on track to build its 300th house in our community this coming fall.

Tulsa Existing Home Sales Skyrocket

Apr 26, 2012
KWGS News Photo

The Tulsa housing market continues to rebound. Nearly 1,000 homes were sold last month. That makes March the best month for existing home sales since the recession in 2008.

The President of the Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors is Roger Erker. He says the figures show a 28% increase over the same time period last year. Erker says more offers are being made on homes and more people are attending open houses.               

The average sales price was just over $149,000.