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Tulsa, OK 74106
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Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma with a population of close to 400,000. The city is surrounded by greenery and hill, and it was home to the Lochapoka Band of Creek Indian tribe in the 1800s. Today, Tulsa is known as one of the countrys most livable cities. The city also lays claim to being the birthplace of U.S. Route 66 - the main highway that goes from east to west across the country. The city is one of the most important Midwestern cities with a diverse range businesses, including aerospace, manufacturing, construction, technology, healthcare, transportation, energy, and telecommunications.
The average cost of a home for sale is about $200,000 and the median cost of sales is $115,000. The area has seen an increase in home sales over the past few years. If youre more interested in renting a home, the average cost of a home to rent is about $690 per month. There are also alternate pricing options if you are looking for a rental house. These prices are not bad considering the city is one of the most important Midwestern cities in the country and the fact that the quality of life is rated as above average. Most of the homes in Tulsa have been recently developed, so there are not many historical homes built before the 1950s in the city. Tulsa has been pretty much revamped. The majority of residents own their homes but there are many who rent or rent to own.
Although it is the second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, the Tulsa Public School system is the actually largest in the state. There are both public and private schools in the area, though public outnumber private. Unlike some cities, the majority of private schools are not run by Catholics, and there is an equal amount of Catholic and Protestant privately-owned schools; there are also several charter schools in the city. Tulsa also has a large amount of post-secondary schools, with more than 15 colleges and universities. Some of the more popular universities include the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, and Oral Roberts University. However, all these are privately-owned colleges. Rogers State University is the only publicly owned school.
Tulsa is known for its love of sports. Theres no major football, basketball, or even baseball team, but there are plenty of professional sports teams in Tulsa, including the professional womens basketball team, four professional minor league baseball teams, professional soccer teams, and some of the top-rated golf courses in the country. The city has two college basketball teams in the NCAA Division 1 league. There is also a popular cycling sports event and the Route 66 Marathon that takes place each year in the city.
If you love shopping, Tulsa is a great spot for you. The downtown area is saturated with shops, stores, retail giants, small boutiques, and a myriad of venues where you can spend your money. The area has a good deal of malls and outlets also. Check out Utica Square and the Brookside District for starters, which offer upscale shopping in a scenic setting. Stores here include Chico's, White House Black Market, Coach, and Saks Fifth Avenue. And dont forget the Woodland Hills Mall -- the largest shopping mall in the state!
Tulsa is known for its friendly people and that includes its friendly neighborhoods. Whatever neighborhood you choose to live in, you will no doubt find great, welcoming neighbors. You can find rental apartments, homes to purchase, and rental homes throughout the city.
Downtown:The Downtown area is enveloped with the highway system. It is the financial and historic center for the city. West Tulsa is filled with beautiful parks, reserves, and oil refineries.
Northern Tulsa:The northern area is home to the third largest park in the country the Mohawk Park, a couple of popular museums, the airport, and the Tulsa Zoo.
Greenwood Historical District and Owen Park:A couple of historic neighborhoods to check out are the Greenwood Historical District and theOwen ParkHistorical Neighborhood if you like old school style homes.
Midtown:The Midtown area is upscale and trendy with a lot of secluded homes and quiet neighborhoods.
There are so many diverse neighborhoods in Tulsa you're sure to find one that fits your lifestyle. With great sporting attractions and plenty of outdoor activities to keep your weekends busy, Tulsa is a hot spot for those looking for a well-rounded city with a comfortable standard of living.
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