Dwight Yoakam’s “Home for Sale.”
Column of mine from 2008. Test driving the blog!
The Ames Monument. (Photo by Richard Mize).
I see a lot of Realtors’ websites, and Ryan’s is about the best I’ve seen. Srsly. Check it out: ShowMeOKC.
It’s a dangerous job, but somebody has to do it — and Steve’s great at it.
Go, Steve, go.
At home, Dolores and I have a new ”high-efficiency” washing machine. Uses less water, they said. Uses less electricity, they said. You’ll never miss the agitator, they said. … When it’s running, it sounds like fairies are in there with wet hands, flicking them on the clothes.
I confess that, unlike my new alleged washer, I am easily agitated by innovation — at least at first. What else can I expect from this high-tech, high-efficiency, earth-friendly contraption?
This just in! What do you think is the most significant number in this fresh batch of stats? I think it’s the local inventory in the bolded paragraph. Fewer homes for sale is good. Econ 101: Supply goes down, demand goes up; demand goes up, price goes up — at least in theory.
From Realtor.com, the homes-for-sale website of the National Association of Realtors.
February 2012 real estate search results are in and Oklahoma City was the 46th most searched market in the country in February 2012.
Median list prices for homes in Oklahoma City hit $149,900 in February 2012, a 3.38-percent increase from one year ago this month, and the same as in January 2012. The national median list price in February 2012 was $188,000, a 6.82-percent increase compared to February 2011.
Active for sale inventory of homes in Oklahoma City in February 2012 leveled out at 7,185, a 24.06-percent decrease compared to February 2011. National inventory counts for February 2012 were 1,778,237, a 22.02-percent decrease as compared to a year ago.
The median age of inventory in Oklahoma City in February was 82 days, a 13.68-percent decrease compared to January 2012. Nationally, the median age of inventory was 111 days, a 6.72-percent decrease compared to January.
When is baseball mentioned in the Bible?
Genesis 1: 1: “In the big inning …”