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Welcome to "Market Updates". 
Below you will find a lot of useful information about the
 Greater Tulsa Real Estate Market along with some information just about our area.
  We have gathered this information from several sources as well
 as provided YOU links to the many services available in our area.
  We offer helpful hints too!


updated 2-2-2020

UPDATED 2-2-2020

Click here for
Tips for a Buying a home and Compromises YOU should NEVER Make


Most Affordable Place to Live
You are going to surprised!

click on above to find out

If you’ve been waiting for a sign… this may be it!

Last year the housing market experienced a “softening” created by a surge of homes
 hitting the market combined with fewer
 sales after years of extreme growth, but that minor market
slowdown looks to be reversing rapidly! 

Mortgage rates are falling below 4% again, when we weren’t expecting that to happen.
 That’s a huge incentive for buyers who want to buy now before those rates go up again eventually.
 All of those new buyers are going to need homes to buy.
 The inventory is slipping, with not as many new listings coming on the market each month,
 and that looks to be a trend for the near future. That’s a huge incentive if you want to sell!
 Basically, we’re in a perfect storm for buyers and sellers alike!

The time is right for a LOT of people to look into selling and purchasing homes. Are you one of those people who’s time is here?

I can help you with determining that! I can provide expert assistance helping you navigate the market in your area
whether you are a buyer, a seller, or both! Even if you’re just a little curious about what your neighborhood
 looks like as far as sales prices go, or if you just aren’t certain what you’d need for a loan,
don’t hesitate to give me a call or email and let me help you gather information
while you decide if the sign you've been waiting for is here, and your time is now!
updated 2-22-2020

UPDATED 2-22-2020
Phillip Morrow
Mortgage Loan Officer/AMC Mortgage
NMLS No.492991, AMC Branch NMLS # 182383
7211 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74136
updated 11-17-2019
What was the Real Estate Market Last Year at his time
updated 12-17-2019
How does this REAL ESTATE Market
 of today(2020) compare to 2019?

January 2019
January 2020
click on the above to see the report (PDF file)

updated 2-15-2020
*Click here to see the difference*
*reports are from the MLS Services in Tulsa, Oklahoma*

ONE Look at this report and the first question should be
 "why should I wait?" 
PLEASE take a look at the "SOLD" column and that will answer YOUR question
very LOUD and CLEAR,,,look at the inventory for
 NOVEMBER 2018 as compared to NOVEMBER 2019 also!
   updated 12-17-2019


 Best Movers in the Greater Tulsa Area
report provided by Kelli Miller with KOTV-Channel 6
click here to review
updated 10/2018


Hey, Kid. Wanna Buy a House? Here's Where to Go

Homeownership may seem incredibly difficult to achieve these days, but these 10 cities boast the most youngsters buying homes before they turn 30.

Getting a head start


Hey, Kid. Wanna Buy a House? Here's Where to Go


When Buying YOUR Next Home or YOUR First Home,
 take advantage of our 39+ Years of Experience.
Don't Take chances with such a Purchase
Choose the Very Best

The "Eagle" has Landed and
has done it again. 
As said before,
When you as the Seller and/or the Buyer, want the Best,
YOU call the Best!
YOU call 

updated 4-12-2019

As reported in "TulsaPeople Magazine" March 2018 Issue
2016 Art Jiles and
"TheJilesTeam" are Listed in the TOP 100 REALTORS in the Greater Tulsa Area
and again
2017 Art Jiles and
"TheJilesTeam" are Listed in the TOP 100 REALTORS in the Greater Tulsa Area

 SIX of the most highly trained, dedicated Real Estate Professionals in the Great Tulsa Real Estate Market. 
 With bright, new, and inventive methods for marketing your home,
 it is no wonder why year after year we are always in the top 5% of the REALTORS in the GREATER Tulsa Area. 

 Art Jiles

                      Mandy Jiles-Kidd       Ashley McConkay       Tammy McCollough         Michelle Hall               
                                918.857.4722            918.809.8580              918.284.6897             918.557.1092                               

         We take care of YOU from the Start to the Finish!
          YOU deserve nothing but the Finest in Service!

In Loving Memory of a Wonderful Wife,
Wonderful Mother, Wonderful Grammy,
Wonderful Lover, Wonderful Love,
Wonderful Playmate and My Best Friend
"True Love is Painful"
October 24,1949
June 21, 2015


Some Great Signs on Greater Tulsa!

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      This Sign is Good..BUT..This Sign is the Greatest!
     With ALL that we have to give.....
    It is NO wonder that our homes SELL so FAST!
Call US and start packing 

The Greater Tulsa area Schools,,,some of the finest in the nation.

School District Map
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Click here for a map of the Greater Tulsa Area

Click here for a Map of Broken Arrow

Please click on the school district for more information
The districts not under lined presently do not have a site.  we will add them when they do.

 1   Tulsa Area School
 1  Tulsa Public Schools
 9  Union Public Schools
 3  Broken Arrow Public Schools
 5  Jenks Public Schools
 4  Bixby Public Schools
11  Owasso Public Schools
 2  Sand Springs Public Schools
14  Liberty Public Schools
13  Glenpool Public Schools
18  Leonard Public Schools
10  BerryHill Public Schools
  8    Sperry Public Schools
  7    Skiatook Public Schools
  6    Collinsville Public Schools
15    KeyStone Public Schools

Tulsa's Climate   
Annual Rainfall...........................................43.40"
Annual Sunshine............................55.4%
Average Temperature 60.3

Tulsa's Population

  Median age...........................34.7 years
Under 18..................................24.7%

  Over 65......................................13.4%

Thinking about your Business locating to Oklahoma?
Then check out these Web sites from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce


City/County Services

Tulsa                             918.596.9511       
Jenks                            918.299.5883       
Bixby                            918.366.4430        
Broken Arrow              918.259.8409         www.brokenarrowok.gov/
Collinsville                   918.371.1010        
Owasso                        918.272.2251        
Sand Springs               918.246.2524        
Sapulpa                        918.224.6220        
Skiatook                       918.396.2797         www.skiatook.com

Tourist Information for the entire state?  Click here

Want YOUR Hot Water Tank To Last a Little Longer?
(or are wondering why you run out of hot water so quick?)

This is easy!  At least once a year take the time to drain it.  Stuff builds up at the bottom of the tank thus making it difficult to heat the water through all of that build up.  Draining it at least once a year will help get hotter water faster and should keep your hot water tank working for a longer time.  When you are draining the tank use that hot water to wash out the garage or washing the tires on your car.




Becoming a Home Maintenance Pro: Tips for Homeowners

Many homeowners don't think about home maintenance until something breaks, but that's not the best way to take care of your home. Whether you’re a new homeowner or have been settled for years, it’s never too late to cultivate some home maintenance habits. Here are three tips to help you protect your investment and keep your property in good shape for years to come:

Create and Follow a Home Maintenance Schedule
A good place to start is by following a home maintenance schedule. Just as your car needs to have an oil change, your home and yard will need some regular maintenance. Home maintenance schedule apps such as HomeZada and Centriq are an easy way to get yourself on track.

You'll need to mow your lawn, clean your gutters and perhaps even top your trees from time to time. For pest control, you may need to spray or have ground treatment performed a few times a year, too. When it comes to appliances, make sure to send in any warranties and follow the maintenance recommendations in your owner’s manual. For older appliances, many documents can be found online.

Don't be afraid to do some research and speak with professionals about maintenance specific to your location.

Have All of Your Home Systems Checked Regularly
It's important to get your electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems checked annually to keep them in good shape. Some of these tasks can be done yourself; for instance, you might need to clean your air filters, remove debris from the vents and flush out your water heater.

For more technical inspections, check customer reviews on Yelp, Angie's List, Google, Facebook and the BBB when searching for a new company. Always go with one that is experienced, licensed, bonded and insured.

Follow a Cleaning Schedule
Home maintenance often focuses on repair work, but keeping your home clean can be just as important. In addition to once a week tasks such as vacuuming and dusting the shelves, deep cleaning every month or so can save you big in the long run. Moving furniture around, pulling out the washer and dryer to clean behind them and clearing out the garage gives you a chance to inspect for pest problems, water damage and similar issues that can quickly escalate into expensive repairs.

Being a homeowner is very rewarding on many levels, but homeownership comes with a great deal of responsibility. As long as you put in some effort on a regular basis, you should have no problem keeping your home in good repair.

Are you doing the little things homebuyers


March 14 2019

There’s never been a better time to sell a home!  We are selling homes faster than at this same time last year.  Think about it, but don't think about it too long or you just might miss out!

Millennials are ready for homeownership and renters are seeing consistent rent increases. This means more buyers than ever are on the market for a home like yours. 

Home equity is also at all-time highs, which makes now the perfect time to sell and get more cash to put toward your next home.

Considering listing your home? Let’s start with the proven ways to maximize your returns: 

1. Clear the clutter. Crammed closets and overfilled garages can give buyers the impression your property is short on space. Declutter aggressively to accentuate the storage possibilities buyers get excited about. 

Pro Tip: Buyers love to open cabinets and drawers. Clear those spaces, too.

2. Maximize the possibilities. A potential home should be a blank slate -- a space buyers can imagine making their own. Keep personal items to a minimum and aim for a neutral look. 

Pro Tip: Set the dinner table so buyers can visualize coming home after a long day.

3. Brighten it up. Expose as much natural light as possible. For darker or interior rooms, use high-wattage bulbs in light fixtures.

Pro Tip: A fresh coat of light paint makes a home feel cheerful and shows pride of ownership.

4. Rearrange the furniture. Can people move around without bumping into furniture? Does the layout invite guests to sit down and relax?

Pro Tip: To invite conversation, don’t make a TV the focal point of any room. 

5. Outside views matter. Exteriors make a critical first impression. Ace yours by repainting your entry door and polishing the door handle. Potted plants on patios or balconies also make the outside of your home feel welcoming.

Pro Tip: Colorful flowers on window sills look great indoors and add to the outside appeal.

Do you need help staging your home? Or maybe you have budget concerns about upgrades needed before you list. Reach out today. Let’s make sure we maximize the appeal of your home, simply and cost-effectively.
updated 3-16-2019

Thinking about a Upgrading or Replacing your Present Security System?
Then check these reviews courtesy of KOTV-Channel 6
Security Systems REVIEWS

Personal note

After a break-in just 2 doors north of my home, I purchased a 1080p, 4 Camera System at a price of about $995.00 called "Arlo".  I purchased it at Bestbuy t


Home Ownership can benefit you in many ways besides Monetarily.
    Here are some more benefits,,,

Homeowners report better psychological and physical health than non-owners.
2. Homeowners are far less likely to become crime victims than non-owners.
3. Homeowners are more likely to live in neighborhoods with more opportunities for school involvement or participation in neighborhood activities.
4. The average homeowner's net worth is 35 times that of the average renter.
5. Homeowners bring stability to neighborhoods. They move far less frequently than non-owners, and hence are embedded into the neighborhood and community for a longer period.
Source: National Association of REALTORS®



How does this REAL ESTATE Market
 of today(2020) compare to 2019?

January 2019
January 2020
click on the above to see the report (PDF file)

updated 2-15-2020
*reports are from the MLS Services in Tulsa, Oklahoma*

ONE Look at this report and the first question should be "why should I wait?" 
PLEASE take a look at the "SOLD" column and that will answer YOUR question
very LOUD and CLEAR,,,look at the inventory for
 November 2018 as compared to November 2019 also!
   updated 12-17-2019

From December 2018 through December 2019,
Coldwell Banker Select

have SOLD MORE homes than ever before and MORE than ANY other
Real Estate Company in the GREATER Tulsa Area!

We know the methods we use work and work very well, The Results
Prove it.  OUR Past, Present and Future reputation of being an
exception REAL ESTATE Company that always Keeps
our Clients first works!
Coldwell Banker Select has been the LEADER in Closed Sales
for the past 26 Years.

 When it comes to selling YOUR most prized
possession, Choose only the Very Best!


Coldwell Banker Select

We sell more homes than anyone,

That is why our inventory is so low,,,WE are Selling just
about everything we place on the Market.

Call ME and GET that NEW Home that YOU have
always wanted while the supply is Still GOOD
and the Interest Rates are Still down 

Think about it!
 Don't get left behind again

updated 2-15-2020