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Property Maintenance Laws in the City of Tulsa

For the Home · Read in 1 minute 

Neglected Vacant Property The City of Tulsa adopted Title 24A in July 2010, which requires owners of “neglected vacant properties” to register their property ($50 registration fee) to assign a local contact (e.g. Realtor), disclose if the property is for sale, and declare the plans for the property: to be demolished (include demolition plan) to remain vacant ($500 annual […]

Best Garage Sale Tips Ever

Fun · Read in 4 minutes 

Garage sales can be a fun, profitable, and enjoyable part of life, especially when moving or doing some Spring Cleaning. They can also be hectic and disorganized (not the goal of a garage sale). Hopefully the following info helps inspire you and ease your burden. Helpful Links http://www.theawkwardturtle.com/2009/02/23/yard-sales/ http://www.weekendtreasure.com/tips/index.php http://www.wvu.edu/~exten/infores/pubs/fypubs/wlg90.pdf http://www.ifg-inc.com/Consumer_Reports/GarageSale.shtml http://www.garagesalehunter.com/ Why I Like Garage […]

City of Tulsa MLS Closing Analysis by Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Garage Capacity (January 1, 2010 – November 30, 2010)

Background 3/2/2 (spoken as “three two two”) is short for a house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 2 car garage. It’s the “typical” house, if there was one, especially for first-time homebuyers and investors. It’s enough house to be happy with size-wise and remain affordable. My analysis was sparked by a friend’s and […]

City of Tulsa: Reporting Problems Online

Uncategorized · Read in 1 minute 

I was browsing the City of Tulsa’s website and found the “Reporting Problems” section. I’m sharing it because I think it is of great utility and convenience for Tulsa residents and because it wasn’t the easiest to navigate to. I first clicked on a “Report a Pothole” link I found at a different page, which took […]