We all know the local residential real estate market is on fire. Some properties are selling before they even hit the market. According to a July local market report by the National Association of Realtors, prices continue to grow relative to last year with a current median home price of $203,700.  

In July the Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors reported Tulsa homes are on the market an average of 18.35 days, compared to 31.59 in 2020. In the same month, 25% of homes closed in the $175,001-$250,000 price range, with an average of nine days on the market. The vast majority of these were three-bedroom homes.

We spoke with the professionals at Chinowth and Cohen Realtors about four recently sold properties and what the market has to offer.

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Sold price: $250,000

Acreage: .20

Square footage: 2,308

This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home was designed by Jack Arnold and features vaulted ceilings, stained concrete floors and a spacious kitchen/dining/living space. The primary bedroom resides on the first floor of this landscaped home in Owasso.

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Sold price: $750,000

Acreage: .21

Square footage: 4,643

Five bedrooms and bathrooms, two half-baths, a game/bonus room, courtyard and a two-car garage make for a dream midtown setting on a corner lot. The open-concept home has two first-floor suites.

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Sold price: $499,900

Acreage: .36

Square footage: 3,568

Located in a Jenks cul-de-sac, this four-bedroom home has an open-living plan with an entertainer’s kitchen containing an abundance of storage. Other highlights include three-and-a-half baths, a spa-like primary suite, office and game room.

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Sold price: $1,015,000

Acreage: .99

Square footage: 5,470

A Mediterranean-style four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home is seated on a wooded lot in Owasso. The professional kitchen is matched with an outdoor kitchen and living space along with a dipping pool and a mosquito-free system. A safe room and home generator are included

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